Home Travel & Leisure Culture Phoenix Attractions Offer Free Admission to Federal Government Employees During Shutdown
 

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To show appreciation for federal government employees, Arizona Science Center and Children's Museum of Phoenix are offering free general admission during the government shutdown. 

Children’s Museum of Phoenix 

Effective immediately, the Children’s Museum of Phoenix will be offering free general admission to all federal employees affected by the government shutdown for themselves and four guests. A valid federal government employee I.D. is required.

Arizona Science Center

Arizona Science Center is offering free general admission for a federal employee and one guest now through Monday, Jan. 21. Present your valid federal government employee I.D. at the ticketing center to receive the offer. (Tickets are valid for in-person purchase only. Not valid with any other coupons, offers or promotions.)

Plus, the center hosts Science With A Twist: Speakeasy on Friday, Jan. 18, from 6 to 10 p.m. Guests, who must be 21 and older, will enjoy prohibition-era-style music and specialty cocktails while roaming all four levels of the Arizona Science Center. For federal government employees, Arizona Science Center is offering one free general admission plus one free guest to Science With A Twist: Speakeasy.