Passport launched for Museum Month

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The Brant Museums and Galleries Association launches the Brant Museum Passport.

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The $5 passport grants the holder one-time access to 10 participating museums and galleries in Brantford, Brant County and Six Nations of the Grand River through August 31.

May is Museum Month and May 18 is International Museum Day.

Participating organizations are: Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead, Bell Homestead National Historic Site, Brant Museum and Archives, Brantford and Area Sports Hall of Recognition, Canadian Military Heritage Museum, Chiefswood National Historic Site, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant, Myrtleville House Museum, Paris Museum and the Historical Society and the Woodland Cultural Center.

When visiting the site, passport holders will have their passport stamped for admission to the site. Each destination is presented on a different passport page with a unique site-specific question per location. Pholders of a sport also get a chance to win a heritage gift basket by answering the questions.

Passports will be sold at the Brant Museum and Archives, 57 Charlotte St., Brantford, Bell Homestead National Historic Site, 94 Tutela Heights Rd., Brantford, and at the Tourist Information Office inside the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre, 254 North Park St., Brantford.

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