Sunday, October 17

Free Activities through Louisville Cultural Pass

The Cultural Pass is now Year-Round!

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Greater Louisville youth will now have free access to many of Greater Louisville’s arts and cultural institutions during the 2019-2020 school year.

The School Year Cultural Pass works differently than the summer pass.

The School Year Cultural Pass is valid for one-time general admission at each of the participating institutions between September 14, 2019, and May 31, 2020- BY REGISTRATION ONLY.

The 2019-2020 school year pass is presented by Republic Bank, in partnership with Metro Louisville, Fund for the Arts, Arts and Culture Alliance, Louisville Free Public Library and with support from Yum! and Kosair Charities.

The Vision of the Cultural Pass:

A Cultural Pass for children of all ages that supports and encourages life-long learning by providing access to Greater Louisville’s art and cultural institutions.

Key Objectives:

  1. Impact summer learning loss by creating a learning experience through programming, activities, and education.
  2. Establish a life-long relationship between Greater Louisville’s children and the art and cultural institutions.
  3. Work to address barriers that may prohibit children from accessing the city’s art and cultural venues.

New Cultural Pass events will be added throughout the school year. Be sure to check this website often to learn about those opportunities.

Pass holders are encouraged to visit as many venues as possible. Pass holders that visit the most venues will be entered into a drawing for tickets, season passes and other prizes provided by members of the Arts and Culture Alliance.

To Register for your 2019-2020 School Year Cultural Pass, click HERE

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