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Your Texas Food Stamps Can Do This?!

Your Texas food stamps card can do some amazing things! Keep reading to find out how you can get free/reduced admission, cheap Internet service and more with your Texas food stamps.

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7 Things You Need to Know

I’ve been updating this list for years now, and I’ve learned quite a bit along the way. There are some things that many people don’t know about Texas food stamps!

Got a Texas food stamps card? Get more FREE stuff and discounts on services!

Amazon offers discounted Amazon Prime memberships for customers who receive EBT or Medicaid benefits! Amazon Prime includes FREE two-day shipping and FREE streaming access to thousands of titles. You’ll need to verify that you receive food stamps or Medicaid to get this incredible price.

Cell phones and service may be available FREE if you have Texas food stamps! Choose a provider here.

Internet options from Comcast, AT&T and more for just $5-$10 per month?! It’s true! These providers offer low income internet plans that can help you save a lot of money on your monthly bill.

Power companies often have low income programs, including special low rates or free home improvement services! We received over $18,000 in free home improvements through these programs. Discover what your company offers here.

Property tax exemptions are often available for low income seniors and disabled veterans! For more info on what it is and how to apply, contact your local county assessor’s office. We even received a refund for the last two years of property taxes!

Student loan payments could be as low as ZERO dollars per month with an income based repayment plan!

Summer food services offer free meals for children 18 and under during the summer months when free and low-cost school meals aren’t available.

Veterinary care assistance is available! If you have a pet, you need to know about these agencies that may be able to assist with your pet’s vet bills.

YMCA organizations often have discounts for low income families! Contact your local YMCA for details.

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Get discounted admission with Texas food stamps!

For your convenience, we’ve organized our free and discounted museum admission list alphabetically by city. We have also used green titles to distinguish museums that honor EBT cards from all 50 states.

It is important to remember that you cannot pay for admission with your Texas food stamps card. You will show the EBT card to receive the discount but you will need to pay the remaining admission price, if any, in cash or with a credit/debit card.


Dan Harrington Discovery Center – $2 per person

The Discovery Center includes 6 miles of nature trails, a splash pad and playground, botanical gardens and so much more!


Bullock Texas State History Museum – FREE

The Bullock Texas State History Museum offers a great EBT discount. If you have SNAP or WIC benefits, you can get FREE admission for you and all your guests to all exhibition galleries! The museum spans three floors with exhibits, theaters, and so much more.

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center – $3 per person

This Center focuses on using native plants to create beautiful and sustainable landscapes. They conserve native plants with gardens, research and education programs. You can visit this site, which is the official Botanic Garden and Arboretum of Texas, with a discount if you have EBT.

LBJ Presidential Library – FREE

Although it may seem strange to pay to get into a library, this is no ordinary library! You’ll be able to listen to dozens of LBJ’s historic White House telephone conversations, step into a replica of the Oval Office, look into Lady Bird Johnson’s office and more!

Texas Science & Natural History Museum – $3 or less per person

The Texas Science & Natural History Museum is located on the University of Texas campus in Austin. It showcases a variety of exhibits across four floors.

Thinkery – FREE

The Thinkery promotes creative problem solving with a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) focus. Exhibit galleries include a Kitchen Lab, Innovator’s Workshop, Light Lab, a huge play structure and more. Admission is usually $12 per person but your family can visit FREE with an EBT card!

Zilker Botanical Garden – FREE

The botanical garden is found on 26 acres within Zilker Metropolitan Park. It includes themed gardens such as the Taniguchi Japanese Garden, Riparian Streambed, Rose Gardens, Hartman Prehistoric Garden and more.


Beaumont Children’s Museum – $1 per person

The Beaumont Children’s Museum offers a variety of STEAM exhibits focused on engaging children in science, engineering, technology, math and art through play. The museum was built for children 13 years old and younger.

Chambers House Museum – $5 or less per person

The Chambers House Museum is a historic building that has not changed significantly since the 1924 remodel. The interior is designed to show how an upper middle class family lived during the 1920s and 1940s.

John Jay French House – FREE

Explore the oldest house in Beaumont! The John Jay French House was built in 1845 and has been restored to its original state. It is furnished with antique furnishings, clothing and pioneer utensils.


The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley – $3 or less per person

From Mission Control to Georgie’s Lily Pad, your little ones will love exploring the exhibits and events at The Children’s Museum of Brazos Valley! As a Museums for All member, this museum charges $3 or less for up to four people per EBT card.


Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum – $3 or less per person

This is Texas largest historical museum and for good reason. It covers over 26,000 square miles of history, covering all of time from the dinosaurs to the conquistadors to the old west to today!

Chappell Hill

Chappell Hill Historical Society – $3 per person

The Chappell Hill Historical Society is listed as a Museums for All member. I reached out o the Director for more information, and I was told this:

When you visit our museum, just present your EBT card and a photo ID and admission is $3 each for adults and kids 12 & older. That admission will allow you to tour our entire museum.

Stephanie, Museum Director

Corpus Christi

Art Museum of South Texas – FREE

The Art Museum showcases art from America and beyond. It is affiliated with Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi and is a Museums for All participant.


Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum – $3 per person

Founded by a group of local Holocaust Survivors, the museum is dedicated to teaching the history of the Holocaust while also fighting against prejudice and hatred in society. It is one of the top-rated attractions in North Texas.

Nasher Sculpture Center – $3 or less per person

Located in the Dallas Arts District, the Nasher Sculpture Center collection includes more than 300 stunning creations by renowned artists like Matisse, Picasso and more.

Perot Museum of Nature and Science – $1 per person

The Perot Museum is a fantastic place for Texas adults and children to explore – and you can visit for just $1 per person! If you have an are eligible, you just need to bring proof of eligibility into the box office to purchase discounted tickets.

Their discount program is available to guests who have an EBT card, WIC card, Lone Star card, Medicaid card, CHIP card, or proof of participation in another eligible program. Proof of enrollment in one of these programs and valid photo ID is required.

Parking is not included and no refunds are available on the discounted tickets. The discounted tickets do not include films or special exhibits.

De Leon

De Leon Area Historical Museum – $3 or less per person

The De Leon Historical Museum is listed as Museums for All member but they do not have a website. They only have a Facebook page, so I was unable to gather further details.

Del Rio

Whitehead Memorial Museum – $3 per person

The Whitehead Memorial Museum preserves the history and culture of the small frontier villages of the Del Rio and Val Verde Counties with over 19 buildings, 30 exhibits and more than two acres of land.

El Campo

El Campo Museum of Natural History – $3 or less per person

The El Campo Museum of Natural History does not have a detailed website. However, based on their Facebook page, it appears there are live animals at the museum as well.

El Paso

El Paso Museum of Art – FREE

A significant donation of European Baroque and Renaissance works led to the creation of the El Paso Museum of Art. The collection now includes over 7,000 works. Admission is always free!


National Museum of the Pacific War – $3 Per Person or Less

Explore this six-acre museum, which is solely focused on the Pacific and Asiatic Theaters in World War II. The complex includes the Memorial Courtyard, Plaza of Presidents and Japanese Garden of Peace. There are regularly scheduled combat re-enactments, also.

Pioneer Museum – $3 or less per person

The Pioneer Museum is situated on 3.5 acres. It showcases historic homesteads and buildings, including a one-room schoolhouse, log cabin, worship building, bath house, barn, smokehouse and more.


Sci-Tech Discovery Center – $3 per person

The Sci-Tech Discovery Center is a hands-on science museum focused on inspiring learning and creativity through its interactive exhibits and educational programs. The center emphasizes STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education, offering a range of exhibits that encourage exploration and innovation. It’s a perfect destination for children and families, providing an engaging environment where learning and fun go hand in hand.

Fort Worth

Fort Worth Aviation Museum – $3 per adult

The Fort Worth Aviation Museum includes several indoor exhibits, as well as several warbirds. They have 32 warbirds listed on thier website, including a A-78 Corsair II, a F-14 Tomcat, a T-28 Trojan and more.

According to the Director of Museum Operations, the Museums for All admission rate is $3 per adult. Children are free.

Fort Worth Botanic Garden – $1 per adult

Explore over 100 acres of growing beauty at this living horticultural museum! The Fort Worth Botanic Garden welcomes families with SNAP or WIC for just $1 per adult. Children 15 and under are free. If you want to visit often, you can get a discounted family membership for just $30 per year!

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History – $3 or less per person

FWMSH is an incredible place! Admission includes entry to the exhibits, Cattle Raisers Museum and even select showings at the Noble Planetarium. Their exhibits are always evolving, so there’s always something new to see and do!

Kimbell Art Museum – $3 per person

The Kimbell Art Museum features an extensive collection, fascinating special exhibitions and more. With your EBT card, your immediate family can visit for just $3 per person!

Log Cabin Museum – $3 or less per person

The Log Cabin Museum is Forth Worth’s living history museum. Step back into history and experience life in Texas’ pioneer era.

National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame – $3 or less per person

Celebrate the women who shaped the west at the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame! This is the only museum in the world dedicated to honoring women of the American West. It includes a permanent collection of artifacts, a traveling exhibit gallery, two theaters, a research library and more. As a Museums for All member, the National Cowgirl Museum should charge $3 or less per person but their exact EBT discount rate has not been confirmed.


Galveston Children’s Museum – $3 or less per person

Designed for children between two and 10 years old, the Galveston Children’s Museum features many fun exhibits including a Kid’s Clinic, Building Zone, Tinker Workshop and more!

The Bryan Museum – $3 or less per person

The Bryan Museum hosts one of the world’s largest Texas-related collections. Their artifacts and art span more than 12,000 years of human history and includes more than 70,000 items.


1940 Air Terminal Museum – $3 or less per person

The museum features several galleries with aviation memorabilia, such as models, documents, photographs and silver service items.

Children’s Museum of Houston – FREE

The Houston Children’s Museum offers FREE admission to Texas food stamps recipients, as well as anyone receiving TANF or WIC. The award letter and photo ID must be shown at the admission desk.  There is a limit of six FREE admissions per qualifying document and the named benefit recipient must be present at the time of(whether  admission.

CM Houston offers free admission to everyone (whether they receive any benefits or not) on Thursday nights between 5pm and 8pm!

Houston Botanic Garden – $3 per person

Engage all of your senses at the Houston Botanic Garden! With plants from around the world, they’ve built an incredible wonderland that you can wonder at a discount with your EBT card! This discount is only available by request at the ticket window.

Houston Toy Museum – $3 per person

Toys have changed a lot over the years! This museum showcases toys from the 1800s to today. You’re almost guaranteed to find your favorites from your childhood. There is an interactive play space, but most of the exhibits are vintage toys behind glass. The Houston Toy Museum‘s EBT discount is $3 per person, up to four people per EBT card.

Houston Maritime Education Center and Museum – $3 per person

This education center and museum are all about the maritime industry. With STEAM activities, artifacts from around the shipping world, and more, you can learn all about what it means to be at sea.

Houston Zoo – $4.50 per ticket

The Houston Zoo offers a Lone Star Access Program for Texas food stamps recipients. For just $4.50 per ticket (75% off regular admission!), up to two adults and three children can visit the zoo! There is no limit to how many times per year a family can purchase these discounted tickets.

These discounted passes do NOT include Zoo Lights, Wildlife Carousel, concessions, the Hermann Park Train, giraffe feeding platform, classes, educational programs, gift shop purchases or special tours. Tickets must be used the day they are purchased.

The Health Museum – $3 per person

The mission of the Health Museum is to “foster wonder and curiosity about health, medical science and the human body. This interactive science center offers discounted admission for EBT card holders of $3 per person, for up to a family of 4.

The Printing Museum – FREE

The printing museum explores printing a a matter of history, art and technology. With over 10,000 items in the collection – including a Gutenberg Bible and other limited-edition works, the museum aims to help people embrace and admire print as a catalyst for sharing ideas.


Irving Archives & Museum – $3 or less per person

This is so much more than just a museum! When you visit, you can explore permanent exhibits, temporary exhibits, and the very first Smithsonian Spark!Lab in Texas! It’s an interactive hands-on laboratory for young guests and their families.


Gregg County Historical Museum – $3 or less

The Gregg County Historical Museum has joined Museums for All!

Longview Museum of Fine Arts – FREE

Explore nearly 1,000 paintings, woodcuts, photographs, sculptures, collages and other works of art at this center. The focus is on early Texan art from the mid-1900s.

Longview World of Wonders – $3 or less per person

This hands-on discovery center features exhibits that are fun, educational and challenging. It is a very new attraction that opened in August 2016.

As a Museums for All partner, WOW charges $3 or less per person with a limit of four discounts per Texas food stamps card.


FiberMax Center for Discovery – $3 or less per person

Discover the history and transformation of agriculture, from the horse drawn implements of yesteryear to the GPS-driven technical equipment used by farmer’s today.

Science Spectrum & OMNI Theater – $3 per person

This incredible science center has something for everyone. From Science Stage to dinosaurs, Tinker lab to the Nano exhibit, children and adults of all ages will find exciting and interesting things to explore, learn and do.


Michelson Museum of Art – FREE

The Michelson Museum of Art was founded in 1985 to house the art of famed artist Leo Michelson. The museum has over 1,000 pieces of work that he created, as well as a variety of art that has been collected from other sources.


International Museum of Art & Science – $1 per person

If you have a Texas food stamps card or evidence of WIC benefits, you can visit IMAS in McAllen for just $1 per person through the Museums for All program! Take a look at their exhibits by clicking here.


Heard-Craig Center for the Arts – $3 or less per person

Heard-Craig Center for the Arts has a very dysfunctional website. I have confirmed that they have joined Museums for All and I have reached out to the Center for details. I’ll update this when I have more information for you.

San Antonio

Blue Star Contemporary – FREE

As of June 2020, donations are requested in lieu of admission. Their mission is to inspire the creative genius in us all by nurturing artists through innovative contemporary art.

Briscoe Western Art Museum – FREE

The Briscoe Western Art Museum allows you to experience the art and artifacts that bring the stories that shaped the West to life. Learn more about the stories of the cowboy, the vaquero, Native Americans, and the vast beauty of the Western landscape through drawings, sketches, paintings, and sculptures.

DoSeum – $3 per person

As a Museums for All partner, you can visit the DoSeum for $3 per person, that’s an $11 savings, each! Show your EBT card and valid ID and you and 3 others can enter this fun and exciting museum, for this great price.

McNay Art Museum – FREE

This was the first modern art museum in Texas! The McNay hosts more than 22,000 works, including some Medieval and Renaissance art.

San Antonio Botanical Garden – $3 per person

Up to four people can visit the San Antonio Botanical Garden for just $3 per person per EBT or WIC card!

San Antonio Museum of Art – $3 per person

A visit to SAMA takes you around the world and through five thousand years of art, from the most comprehensive ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian art collection in the southern United States to the comprehensive Asian art wing which displays works from Korea, India, and Japan, and includes an important Chinese ceramics collection.

The Forgotten Dollhouse Museum – $3 per person or less

The Forgotten Dollhouse Museum invites you to decide if its exhibits are cute or creepy. I personally think it’s the latter.

The Witte Museum – $3 per person

Explore the Witte Museum with the Valero Great Hall, Naylor Family Dinosaur Gallery, McLean Family Texas Wild Gallery and Kittie West Nelson Ferguson People of the Pecos Gallery, all with accompanying LABS for school children and families.


Schulenburg Historical Museum – FREE

The Schulenburg Historical Museum is dedicated to preserving the region’s local history.

Stanzel Model Aircraft Museum – $3 per person or less

The Stanzel Museum showcases the work of the Stanzel brothers, who build some of the most popular model airplane kits in the world.


Ace of Clubs House – $3 or less per person

This house is actually built in the shape of a club, with three octagonal wings and a rectangular wing. In fact, it’s been featured on numerous TV programs! If you have a Texas food stamps card, you can tour it with three friends for $3 or less per person.

Discovery Place Children’s Museum – $3 or less per person

I wish I lived closer because I would love to see the one million volt Tesla coils they have! The Discovery Place Children’s Museum has some amazing things to discover, including a 12 foot sound wall, a replica 1900’s Mercantile store and more!

Museum of Regional History – $3 or less per person

Not surprisingly, this museum is Texarkana’s first and oldest! In addition to your usual historical collections, it also features interactive displays and is housed inside a building that was constructed in 1879!

P.J. Ahern Home – $3 or less per person

If you enjoy architecture and/or history, then you’ll enjoy a trip to the PJ Ahern Home! This Classical Revival style home features original Italian tile, woodwork and more

The Woodlands

Woodlands Children’s Museum – $3 per person

More than 15 fun, interactive exhibits await children at Woodlands Children’s Museum! From art to abstract thinking, socialization to motor skills, the open floor plan offers something for everyone in the 7 and under crowd. See their exhibits by clicking here.

Bring your Lonestar EBT card to the Woodlands Children’s Museum to receive $3 admission for up to four people. Please note that all children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. WCM is a Museums for All partner.


Discovery Science Place – $3 per person

“Science is our Middle Name,” boasts Discovery Science Place. This museum ignites curiosity through exciting and interactive STEM-based exhibits like the Buford Kinetics Gallery, Trinity Mother Frances Robotics Exhibit, Dino Dig Pit and DSP train set. Kids can make their way around a miniature town, including a bistro, neonatal nursery, veterinary clinic, bank, courthouse, grocery story and even a mine!

Tyler Museum of Art – $5 or less per person

The Tyler Museum of Art brings world-class art to East Texas. As a Museums for All member, they offer an EBT discount.


Mayborn Museum Complex – $1 per person OR $10 per family per year

The Mayborn Museum Complex spans 142,000 square feet! It houses hands-on discover rooms, interactive natural science exhibits and cultural history features. A walk-in diorama of the Waco Mammoth Site is included. The complex also includes a 13 acre historic village, 5,000 square foot rotating exhibit gallery, a theater and more! The complex is located on the Baylor University campus.

Families with EBT cards have two admission options. You can pay $1 per person for up to two adults and all dependent children in the household OR you can pay $10 for a membership that provides unlimited admission for an entire year!

Nicole is the founder and lead researcher of Low Income Relief. After a personal experience with poverty and homelessness following her husband's sudden medical discharge from the U.S. Army, Nicole discovered the life-changing impact of community resources. This experience ignited her passion for empowering others to navigate similar crises. Nicole launched her writing career at age 16, working for various newspapers and publications. Her commitment to in-depth research and accessible content has been recognized by Google for Publishers and other industry leaders. For over 20 years, she has applied her investigative skills to uncover the most helpful, up-to-date information on benefits programs and community resources, ensuring Low Income Relief maintains the most extensive resource databases available.


Saturday 28th of October 2023

You now can get Amazon prime for half and it includes 6 months of grubhub, you can also get Walmart plus for $50 a year or $6.95 a month and that will get you paramount plus and other benefits. The botanic gardens also started a yearly membership that is $20 for assistance recipients and it includes a free child and guests at $3. Finally if you have a Roku make an account or if you have an account, go to promotions and you can qualify for a few months of apple tv and six months of door dash (not related to Snap).

Catherine Marucci

Tuesday 13th of June 2023

Hi. It looks like their main discount is for active military members through Waves of Honor.


Monday 30th of January 2023

I applied for food stamps. I desperately needed and still need help. I did get confused applying. I still haven't received help.My luck. I don't want money.Just food help. Give money to word needing person. I hope the right person reads this comment.Thank you for your time

Catherine Marucci

Saturday 4th of February 2023

Hi Marcello. If you managed to apply, they should assign you a caseworker who will be able to help you with any parts of the application that you may not understand.


Wednesday 19th of October 2022

food stamps


Monday 11th of July 2022

This is so great!!!