Several Charlotte museums are joining together to thank the frontline workers during this difficult time.
As a thank you to essential and frontline workers during the pandemic, The Mint Museum, Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, and the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts+Culture are offering complimentary admission to frontline workers and their immediate family members through Dec. 31, 2020.
Frontline workers include:
- Health care providers
- Custodial staff
- Transit workers
- Grocery store workers
- Restaurant employees
Read on for the essential information about each of these museums, and how frontline workers can get free admission.
If you need clarification about whether your role qualifies you for free admission, please call the museum you’re interested in attending. We have included the phone numbers, below.
Mint Museum Uptown
500 S Tryon Street
Mint Museum Randolph
2740 Randolph Road
Free tickets for frontline workers and families: When you go to the page for timed tickets, just click on Essential Worker Admission and then choose your date and time.
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
420 S Tryon Street
Free tickets for frontline workers and families: When you arrive, just let one of the guest experience associates know that you’re part of Charlotte’s essential and frontline workers community, and you and your immediate family will receive free admission.
Gantt Center for African-American Art+Culture
Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Art+Culture
551 S Tryon Street
Free admission for frontline workers and family: Check in onsite and let the Gantt Center’s visitor experience associates know you’re an essential worker, and show any proof of ID that you have.Subscribe to Charlotte on the Cheap