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ART Pass

July 9, 2013

I love browsing blogs about Art as you can find lots of interesting things and beautiful artworks, and sometimes you even can come across some useful information. This is exactly what happened the other day, when I accidentally found Jenny’s blog called Charactersfromthekitchen.

That day Jenny was talking about her Art Pass. Have you heard of it? Basically, if you’re fond of Art and if you live in the UK (or plan to visit this country with the aim to experience some culture) you should definitely consider getting one!


What is the National Art Pass?

The National Art Pass is issued to Art Fund members. It is your passport to art, giving free entry to over 200 museums, galleries, historic houses and castles across the UK, and up to 50% off major exhibitions. The National Art Pass helps raise millions of pounds every year to help the Art Fund buy great art for public collections.”

I must admit this sounds very temping, as some of the tickets can be ridiculously expensive, and once you discover the benefits… well, then it sounds as this is every Art lover’s “must have”.


◾50% off many major exhibitions
◾Free entry to over 200 museums, galleries and historic houses
◾Art Quarterly, our beautiful magazine
◾Exclusive shop, café and catalogue offers
◾Special events, such as lectures, visits and private views”

Oh, and if you buy Art Pass, you’ll also become a member of the Art Fund, helping museums and galleries all over the UK to buy great art for everyone to enjoy.

Please click here if you decide to get your own Art Pass.

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  1. nutsfortreasure permalink
    July 9, 2013 2:42 pm

    Reblogged this on Living and Lovin.

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