Community Access Programs
MoPOP has a number of programs that provide free or reduced-cost entry to the museum and is committed to providing access to families and individuals who experience barriers to entry through partnerships, discount programs, and education initiatives.
COMMUNITY ACCESS PARTNERS (CAP)
MoPOP's CAP program enables qualified Pacific Northwest nonprofit groups to visit the museum for free.
GUIDELINES AND ELIGIBILITY
MoPOP invites nonprofit organizations to apply for this program each year. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.; final confirmation can take up to two months. In 2018, our goal is to work with nonprofit groups that serve the following populations:
- Youth in need
- Women and children
- Individuals with disabilities
MoPOP participates in the Museums for All program, a national initiative that encourages families of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly.
Individuals and families presenting an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card and a valid form of photo ID can receive free admission (excluding special programs and exhibits) for up to four individuals. For more information on the program, please contact education@MoPOP.org.
MoPOP’S LIBRARY PASS PROGRAM
For individuals wishing to visit MoPOP at no charge, a limited number of free passes are available for check out through the Seattle Public Library and the King County Library System.
MoPOP TICKET DONATION
MoPOP donates complimentary tickets to more than 800 regional nonprofits annually to support raffles and fundraising events. These tickets are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Your organization may request up to four tickets per calendar year using the Ticket Donation Request Form. We encourage you to put in requests for these ticket donations at least four weeks prior to the date of your event. Tickets are not guaranteed. The museum does not donate memberships.