Explore FOUR exciting Fort Wayne museums for one price!

  • Botanical Conservatory + The History Center + Science Central + Fort Wayne Museum of Art= Museum Access Pass!
  • Full membership privileges at each institution!
  • A great way to support your community!
  • What a value!
  • $240
  • Annual family or grandparent membership

What a great idea! Explore an oasis in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne at the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory ~ discover three indoor gardens, four outdoor gardens and a vast plant collection. Check out Science Central for hands-on fun including the tidal pool, moonwalk , and high-rail bike, even try defying gravity on the giant yellow slide. The History Center brings the past to life ~ learn about Revolutionary War hero “Mad” Anthony Wayne for whom the city is named, and discover the many inventions that originated right here in Fort Wayne.  The Fort Wayne Museum of Art has evolved into a center for the visual arts community in Northern Indiana. Regularly exhibiting nationally acclaimed artists, the FWMoA also boasts an extensive permanent collection of American and related art including major works by Mark di Suvero, John Newman, Dale Chihuly, and Larry Rivers.

A Museum Access Pass saves you money and admits you to all four museums, as many times as you’d like to visit for one year from the date of purchase. Specific membership benefits apply at each museum ~ for membership benefits, please visit each museum’s membership link.

Click here to purchase a Museum Access Pass. You also may purchase the membership in person at each of the participating museums.

The membership also includes additional benefits such as free or reduced admission through the reciprocal programs associated with each museum (with the exception of FWMoA’s reciprocal programs, but those benefits are available with a price upgrade when purchasing MAP through FWMoA).:

American Horticultural Society ~ Botanical Conservatory

Association of Science – Technology Centers (ASTC) ~ Science Central

Time Travelers ~ History Center