Editor’s note: This announcement corrects errors to the “Did You Know?” section of The Daily earlier this week.
Through the Free Access Program, Case Western Reserve University students can visit many area attractions for free.
Local institutions participating in the Free Access Program are:
- Cleveland Botanical Garden
- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
- Western Reserve Historical Society
- Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland
- Cleveland Museum of Natural History
- Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
At these institutions, students must swipe their valid student ID to gain access. Students can enter each of the museums for free one time per week.
Access to the Cleveland Museum of Art and Dittrick Medical History Center are always free to the public.
Additionally, students can enter a drawing for free access to the Cleveland Orchestra’s regular Thursday evening performances and selected special concerts. The Office of Student Affairs sponsors the drawing. For more information on how to enter the raffles, visit the Free Access Program’s Cleveland Orchestra page.