McCombie to Provide Free Museum Pass to Constituents

State Representative Tony McCombie announced that her office will make a free ‘Constituent Education Resource Card’ available to residents wishing to visit select museums and zoos in the Chicagoland area.

If you and your family are interested in visiting some of Chicago’s world-class museums, Rep. McCombie’s office has a museum pass to use for free admission for select Chicagoland locations. Any resident of the 71st District can reserve our Constituent Education Resource Card on a first come first serve basis, to visit any of the following museums in 2021:

            • Adler Planetarium
            • The Art Institute of Chicago
            • Brookfield Zoo
            • Chicago Botanic Garden
            • Chicago Children’s Museum
            • Chicago History Museum
            • Dusable Museum of African American History
            • The Field Museum
            • Lincoln Park Zoo
            • Museum of Contemporary Art
            • Museum of Science and Industry
            • National Museum of Mexican Art
            • National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture
            • Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
            • John G. Shedd Aquarium

The pass is provided to Rep. McCombie’s office by the Museums in the Park Organization. Only one group of up to four (4) can reserve the pass at a time. The pass must be picked up and brought back to the district office. Constituents need to call for an appointment to come to the district office to pick up the pass before visiting the museums.  

It is strongly recommended that families utilizing the card contact the museum they plan to visit to learn if pre-registration is required to visit due to pandemic protocols.

Please contact Rep. McCombie’s office at (815) 632-7384 and provide your name and address along with the dates you are requesting (can be used for up to 3 days in row) to reserve the Constituent Education Resource Card for your use.