Did You Know Your Connecticut EBT Card Could Do This?!

If you’re just using that EBT card for groceries, you’re missing out! Your EBT card can do so much more than pay for grocery purchases.

Please note that the museums with green titles are Museums for All participants. These venues accept EBT cards from all 50 states, so you don’t have to be a Connecticut resident to get these great deals!

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For your convenience, we’ve organized our free and discounted museum admission list alphabetically by city.


Bruce Museum – FREE

The Bruce Museum is a favorite of local media venues, consistently winning the “Best Museum” category in local contests. With exhibits highlighting art, science and natural history in over a dozen rotating exhibits, the Bruce Museum always has something new and exciting to offer.

The Bruce is located at 1 Museum Drive in Greenwich.


KidCity Museum – $3 per person

Explore three floors of imaginative play where children ages 1-7 can engage with handmade, one-of-a-kind exhibits desgined by local artists. Exhibits include a medieval village, toddler sea caves, a video theater, trains, dolls, aliens and more.

KidCity is located at 119 Washington St. in Middletown.

New Britain

New Britain Museum of American Art – $1 per person

According to a Yellow Pages listing, this art museum provides discounted admission ($1) for EBT cardholders. For more information about the museum’s exhibits, programs and lectures, visit their website.

The museum is located next to Walnut Hill Park at 56 Lexington St. in New Britain.


EverWonder Children’s Museum – $3 per person

Exciting exhibits including a LEGO table, theramin, three-wheel racer car track, magnet table, dancing wall, dinosaur dig and more await at this Children’s Museum in Newton.

EverWonder is located at 31 Peck’s Lane in Newton.


Children’s Museum of Southeastern Connecticut – $1 per person

With an exciting outdoor play space and an engaging imagination station, this museum is a great place for kids. This museum participates in the Museums for All program.

This museum is located at 409 Main St in Niantic.


Stepping Stones Museum for Children – $3 per person

This museum, which expanded in 2010, contains tons of interactive and play-driven exhibits for Connecticut children. These exhibits include the Energy Lab, Color Coaster, Light Gallery and special Tot Town zone for infants and toddlers.

As a Museum for All member, this children’s museum offers a discounted admission of just $3 per person. This discount applies to up to 8 guests per EBT card.

The museum is located at 303 West Avenue in Norwalk.

Use your EBT card at these retailers!

  • Starbucks, but only locations inside a grocery store like Target.
  • Subway! Some Subways accept EBT for sandwiches that are NOT toasted.
  • Farmer’s Markets can also accept EBT cards, and some have generous programs to help you stretch your dollar farther! (You can also click here for a list)
  • Organic delivery services run by community-supported agriculture programs may also accept EBT.
  • Schwan’s Trucks also accept EBT benefits for the order but NOT the delivery charge.
  • Costco
  • Papa Murphy’s

In addition to your usual groceries, EBT benefits can also be used to purchase seeds and more! Click here to find out what you can buy with food stamps!

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  1. brumar November 2, 2016
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