We’ve found 23 new EBT discounts in October 2022! In this list, we’ll go over the new additions and how EBT cardholders can take advantage of these great deals.
New EBT Discounts in October 2022
We found 23 new museum discounts in October! These venues are spread across 11 states. The list is organized alphabetically by state and then museum for your convenience.
While you’re here, don’t forget to check this list for more EBT discounts nationwide!
California gained only one new EBT discounts in October 2022! However, we’ve added it to our list of over 100 EBT discounts in the state of California.
Palo Alto Art Center – FREE
The Palo Alto Art Center is a community meetinghouse that encourages the people of Palo Alto to engage with art. They offer a diverse range of programs and a beautiful gallery that features rotating exhibitions.
As a Museums for All member, this art center has agreed to welcome EBT cardholders for $3 or less per person. It appears that the gallery is usually free and it is not clear if EBT cardholders will receive a discount on classes. You will need to contact the Palo Alto Art Center for details.
The Palo Alto Art Center can be found at 1313 Newell Rd in Palo Alto.
Florida gained 3 new EBT discounts in October. These have been added to our list of 30+ EBT discounts in Florida.
Art & History Museums of Maitland – FREE
The Art & History Museums of Maitland include the Maitland Art Center, Maitland Historical Museum, Telephone Museum, Waterhouse Residence Museum and Carpentry Shop Museum. These museums feature a number of permanent collections. The A&H complex also hosts a number of special changing exhibits throughout the year.
According to the Art & History Museums website, EBT cardholders can receive free admission for up to four people through the Museums for All program. it is not immediately clear if that admission is valid for all five museums owned by the Art & History Museums of Maitland.
The main campus is found at 231 W Packwood Ave in Maitland. The Waterhouse Residence Museum is located at 820 Lake Lily Dr. Please note that at this time, the museum’s hours and offerings may be impacted by the recent hurricane.
Jacksonville Naval Museum – $3 or less per person
The Jacksonville Naval Museum is located aboard the USS Orleck. The Orleck is a Gearing Class destroyer and is the most distinguished ship since the end of World War II. The ship has served in the Cold, Korean and Vietnam Wars.
The Jacksonville Naval Museum intends to develop a historical and STEM museum aboard the vessel to honor the area’s rich naval heritage.
The Orleck is docked just east of the Main Street Bridge. It can be found at 203 E. Coastline Drive. There is a suggested donation of $15 per adult and $10 per child. However, since the Jacksonville Naval Museum joined Museums for All, they welcome EBT cardholders to visit at a discount. The typical Museums for All rate is $3 per person, up to four people per EBT card.
Orlando Museum of Art – $3 per person
The Orlando Museum of Art hosts 10-12 exhibitions on-site and an additional 13 exhibitions off-site. It was founded in 1924 with the intention of becoming a leading cultural institution.
Admission is typically $20 per adult and $8 per child, so EBT cardholders can save a bundle with this EBT discount! When you show your EBT card at the admissions desk, you can receive admission for just $3 per person, for up to four people per EBT card. You will also need to show your photo ID.
The Orlando Museum of Art is located at 2416 N Mills Ave in Orlando.
The Historic Oakland Foundation is the only new addition to this state this month, but we’ve got a long list of pre-existing EBT discounts in Georgia!
Historic Oakland Foundation – FREE
The Historic Oakland Cemetery may not sound exciting, but it’s actually 48 acres of profound history, stunning gardens, and impressive magnolias. The Historic Oakland Foundation has turned this space into a wedding venue, a garden, an art gallery, and a place where fun events take place throughout the year.
You can visit Atlanta’s third-largest public green space for free! As a Museums for All member, the Historic Oakland Foundation welcomes EBT cardholders to visit for a free guided tour on Wednesdays or weekends. Up to four guests can receive free admission per EBT card.
The Historic Oakland Foundation is located at 248 Oakland Ave SE in Atlanta.
If you’re in Michigan, we’ve found two new discounts for you! Of course, you can see the long list of discounts we’d already discovered in our Michigan EBT discount list.
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum – $3 per person
The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum is one of my favorite new EBT discounts in October 2022! Instead of paying $16 per person, you can visit for just $3 per person! Up to six people can visit with this discount. That’s just $18 for a family of six – a savings of $78 off the regular admission rate!
There is a limit of six discounts per EBT card per visit. Children under 2 are always free. If you have more than six people over the age of two in your group, the extra guests will have to pay the regular admission rate.
There are 10 exciting galleries at the museum, including the new science-based STEAM PARK, the Light and Optics gallery, a Country Store and so much more.
The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum is located in downtown Ann Arbor at 220 E Ann St in Ann Arbor.
The Mitten Children’s Museum – $2 per person
Designed for children between the ages of 18 months and 11 years old, the Mitten boasts over seven distinct exhibits including a MakerSpace, Studio & Reading Room, and more! Their exhibits are designed to help children develop motor skills, problem solving, coordination, critical thinking and more.
The Mitten offers a discounted $2 per person admission for guests with Michigan Bridge cards. You will have to notify the person at the admissions desk when you pay for the discount. Regular admission is $7 per person for everyone over a year old, so this EBT discount saves you $5 per guest!
Please note that only the first floor of the museum is fully ADA accessible. Guests who cannot access the other floors may be provided a complimentary pass to their Fennville facilities which can be used at a later date.
The Mitten is located at 246 Broadway in South Haven.
We’ve found a new addition in Minnesota! Don’t forget to check out the Minnesota EBT discount list for more places you can save.
Glensheen Mansion – $3 per person
The Glensheen Mansion is situated on 12 picturesque acres. The estate once belonged to the Congdon family. The tours focus on the early 20th century, when the estate was constructed, and do not usually acknowledge the 1977 murder that took place here.
As part of their new EBT discounts in October 2022, Glensheen Mansion welcomes low income guests for just $3 per person for the self-guided tour. This tour is typically $20 per adult and $7 per child, so this is a great deal! In addition to exploring the famous rooms of the mansion, you’ll also be able to explore the 12-acre lakeside estate. The tour takes about an hour.
On the mansion’s website, guests are encouraged to plan a picnic lunch on the grounds. However, no food is allowed inside the mansion itself.
Glensheen is located at 3300 London Road in Duluth.
There are always tons of new discounts to be found in New York! That’s why our master list of New York EBT discounts is so huge!
Genesee Country Village & Museum – $3 per person
Explore all 600 acres of the Genesee Country Village and Museum with their exciting new EBT discount! This venue spans 600 acres and includes a historic village, gallery, nature center and more! There are more than 68 historic buildings, more than 20,000 artifacts and so much more to see and do.
The EBT Discount for Genesee Country Village & Museum is just $3, which is the same as most of the other museums in our New York EBT Discount list. The venue says that the discount is valid for cardholders and their families. ID is required.
Genesee Country Village & Museum is located at 1410 Flint Hill Rd in Mumford.
Historic Richmond Town – $3 or less per person
Walk through history at Historic Richmond Town’s living history museum. This museum complex includes New York City’s oldest continuously working family farm, one of the oldest houses in the entire country and more! There are more than 100,000 artifacts, photographs and archives spanning over 350 years of history.
As a new Museums for All member, Historic Richmond Town charges $3 or less per person per EBT card with a limit of four discounts per card per visit.
Historic Richmond Town is located at 441 Clarke Ave in Staten Island.
The Long Island Museum – FREE
Long Island Museum emphasizes American art, history and carriages. The museum complex spans nine acres and includes three exhibition buildings and five historic buildings. For example, the 40,000 square foot Carriage Museum hosts eight galleries that showcase transportation in an era before automobiles. The grounds also include a one-room schoolhouse, blacksmith shop, barn, herb garden, sculpture showcase, and more.
This museum has one of the most generous new EBT discounts in October 2022. They aren’t just reducing the admission price, they’re eliminating it! Through Museums for All, guests with an EBT card can visit for FREE instead of the usual $10 admission. There’s a limit of 4 discounts per EBT card per visit, so that’s up to $40 in savings!
The Long Island Museum is located at 1200 NY-25A in Stony Brook.
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute – FREE
The Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute believes that arts are essential. They seek to enrich the community with a variety of arts presentations, including an expansive art collection, live performances, classes and more.
There is no cost to visit the museum. As a Museums for All member, they may offer other EBT discounts but it is unclear.
The Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Museum is located at 310 Genesee St in Utica.
Rubin Museum of Art – $3 or less per person
The Rubin Museum of Art focuses on connecting people to the ideas, cultures and art of the Himalayan region. It has been noted that Himalayan art is relatively unstudied compared to Chinese, Japanese and Indian art. To correct this, the Rubin Museum collects, preserves, showcases and shares Himalayan art through its museum and travelling exhibitions.
Although admission is typically $19 per person, The Rubin is a Museums for All member. That means they welcome EBT cardholders for just $3 or less per person. There is a limit of four discounted admissions per EBT card per visit, however. Seniors are free on the first Thursday of the month, as well.
The Rubin Museum of Art is located at 150 W 17th St in New York.
Van Cortlandt House Museum – $3 or less per person
This 1,000 acre urban park was once the site of the Van Cortlandt family plantation! The land was first purchased in 1693 and the house was built in 1748-1749. George Washington even stayed in the house between 1776 and 1783!
The estate became a museum in 1897. At that time, it was restored to what it would have looked like during the period between 1749 and 1823. The collections are authentic although many of the new additions were not owned by the Van Cortlandt family.
As a Museums for All venue, you can visit for just $3 or less per person with an EBT card. This venue is also a part of NYPL Culture Pass, Cool Culture Pass, Blue Star Museums and more.
The Van Cortlandt House Museum is located at 6036 Broadway in the Bronx.
There’s only one new discount in North Carolina this month but you can always find more in our master list of North Carolina EBT discounts!
Fit for Fun Center – $3 or less per person
The Fit for Fun Center welcomes children ages five and under for friendship, fun and fitness! Guests over the age of 10 are free but most be assisting with younger children. Children under 6 months are free as well.
The Fit for Fun Center is located at 302 S 10th St in Wilmington.
Pennsylvania had a bunch of new additions this month as well! If you like this list, you should check out our master list of Pennsylvania EBT discounts for even more free and low-cost adventures you can enjoy!
The Frick Pittsburgh – FREE
In honor of the vision of Helen Clay Frick, the Frick Pittsburgh showcases art, history and nature through a variety of presentations. The museum complex includes the Grable Visitors Center, the Frick Art Museum, Car and Carriage Museum, Greenhouses and Gardens, playhouse and more.
Admission to the gardens, permanent collections at the Frick Art Museum and the Carriage Museum are always free. It is not clear if their EBT discount only includes these already-free museums or if it includes other things.
The Frick Pittsburgh is located at 7227 Reynolds St in Pittsburgh.
Heritage Discovery Center – $3 per person
The Heritage Discovery Center is part of the Johnstown Discovery Network, a series of museums and landmarks that help highlight the stories of Jamestown’s rich history.
At the Heritage Discovery Center, you can explore what it was like for immigrants who moved to this area, explore a detailed Iron and Steel gallery, and even visit the Johnstown Children’s Museum. It appears that one admission rate will cover entrance to both facilities. There is a limit of four discounts per EBT card.
The History Discovery Center is located at 201 6th Ave in Johnstown.
Hershey History Center – $3 or less per person
The Hershey History Center tells the story of a city built on chocolate. There are interactive displays for children, and a detailed collection of artifacts, photographs and archives for older guests.
The Hershey History Center is located at 40 Northeast Dr in Hershey.
Johnstown Children’s Museum – $3 per person
The Johnstown Children’s Museum is also part of the Johnstown Discovery Network. It is located on the third floor of the Heritage Discovery Center. The children’s museum has many interactive exhibits that teach about the history, geography, culture and ecology of the Johnstown area.
The children’s museum can be found inside the History Discovery Center at 201 6th Ave in Johnstown.
Johnstown Flood Museum – $3 per person
The Johnstown Flood Museum is part of the Johnstown Discovery Network. As the name implies, this museum is wholly dedicated to showcasing the tragic history of the flood.
On May 31, 1889, a neglected dam collapsed during a phenomenal storm. The resulting flood killed 2,209 people. The museum details the event of the flood, the determination of the residents and the incredible recovery effort that followed.
The Johnstown Flood Museum offers an EBT discount. You can visit for just $3 per person, up to four people per EBT card.
The museum is located at 304 Washington St in Johnstown.
We only added one new venue in South Carolina, but there are a bunch more in this list of South Carolina EBT discounts!
Cherokee County Museum – $3 or less per person
The Cherokee County Museum is dedicated to preserving local history. Tucked inside their former schoolhouse, they host a collection of over 2,000 items, four exhibit galleries and more.
The museum is located at 301 College Drive in Gaffney.
Utah has a lot of great museums! This new one is in Price, but you can find discounted adventures at all sorts of great places (like Thanksgiving Point) in this list of Utah EBT discounts.
USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum – $3 or less per person
The Utah State University Eastern Prehistoric Museum showcases the rich geologic, fossil and prehistoric human records that have been discovered throughout eastern Utah. The museum includes an interactive discovery area for children, where they can dig up their own specimens, color dinosaurs, and more.
The museum is located at 155 East Main in Price.
West Virginia only has a few other EBT discounts so I was very excited to find this new addition!
Discovery World on Market – $3 or less per person
The Mid-Ohio Valley’s only children’s museum is slated to open in March 2023! This museum has already declared that they will offer an EBT discount for guests when they open. Since their announcement came out this month, I’m including them in this list of EBT discounts in October 2022 even though it’s not technically available for use yet.
Discovery World on Market is located at 900 Market St in Parkersburg.