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A Museum Lover's Stimulus Package, 15 Museums for $25
Wadsworth Atheneum announced its participation in the Connecticut Art Trail’s new Art Pass, which enables visitors to experience all fifteen world-class museums for just $25.
HARTFORD, CT.- The Wadsworth announced today its participation in the Connecticut Art Trail’s new Art Pass, which enables visitors to experience all fifteen world-class museums for just $25.

The pass, a $75 value, is valid for any two-week period determined by the buyer and children under twelve are free when accompanied by an adult. The Art Pass is available for purchase at www.arttrail.org and after Memorial Day, on Expedia.com.

The Art Pass is a convenient, cost-effective way to visit more than one museum. A visitor simply goes to www.arttrail.org, selects their travel dates, and then prints their vouchers directly from the site. Tour operators and travel agents receive a discount when purchasing the Art Pass for clients. Simply contact Sandra Betner, Director of the Connecticut Art Trail, at info@arttrail.org.

From bucolic farms, art studios and former artists’ boardinghouses to grand and modern art museums in vibrant downtowns, visitors will discover diverse, quality collections rich in history and heritage, including European masterpieces, American Impressionism, ancient art and contemporary culture.

The website offers travel suggestions including recommended lodging, dining and area attractions near each museum; Lodging Packages; and Trail Getaway itineraries. Now more than ever, it’s easy and inexpensive to make the Connecticut Art Trail the centerpiece of your next travel experience.


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