San Diego Botanic Garden announces access program for low-income families


Last updated 6/1/2022 at 5:29pm

Children can learn about the season's fruits and vegetables; help plant, water, and maintain the raised plant beds; taste the produce; check out a worm-composting bin; and marvel at the aquaponics demonstration units in SDBG's largest children's garden. Village News/Courtesy photo

ENCINITAS – San Diego Botanic Garden is thrilled to announce it has joined Museums for All, a signature access program of the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the Association of Children's Museums. The program's goal is to encourage people of all backgrounds to visit museums and other collections-based institutions regularly in the pursuit of developing lifelong museum-going habits.

Museums for All supports those receiving food assistance benefits by providing admission to SDBG for only $1 per person, for group's up to four people, with the presentation of either...

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