Denver Art Museum Offers SNAP Recipients $1 General Admission

Museum among several other regional cultural institutions to offer expanded access to SNAP cardholders

The Denver Art Museum (DAM) today announced that discounted general museum admission will now be offered to Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients. In partnership with Denver Human Services (DHS), SNAP cardholders will now be able to purchase $1 per person general museum admission for up to 10 people total when they show their valid SNAP debit card at the welcome desk, offering greater access to the arts to the Denver community at large.

“We are glad to join in this program that allows for greater museum access to people of all ages,” said Christoph Heinrich, Frederick and Jan Mayer Director of the DAM. “Our Free for Kids program currently provides free general admission to children 18 and younger every day, and this program allows us to even further expand public access to art and creativity resources.”

While the offer will enable access to tens of thousands of Colorado visitors eligible for SNAP assistance to the museum, this discount cannot be combined with other discounts and does not include special ticketed museum exhibitions. SNAP discounted tickets must be purchased in-person at the museum. DHS will announce other new cultural institution partners in June. For more information about SNAP, visit



The Denver Art Museum is an educational, nonprofit resource that sparks creative thinking and expression through transformative experiences with art. Its holdings reflect the city and region—and provide invaluable ways for the community to learn about cultures from around the world. Metro citizens support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD), a unique funding source serving hundreds of metro Denver arts, culture and scientific organizations. For museum information, call 720-865-5000 or visit

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