The Smith Plantation will open its doors Sept. 29 – along with 1,400 other participating venues nationwide – for the eighth annual Museum Day Live! Hosted annually by Smithsonian magazine.
The event offers free entry into participating museums for anyone who presents a Museum Day Live! ticket.
Museum Day Live! supports the mission of Smithsonian Museums in making cultural education accessible to everyone. Last year’s event drew more than 350,000 museum-goers; this year’s event is expected to attract close to 400,000 participants.
Visitors who present the Museum Day Live! ticket at the Smith Plantation will gain free entrance for two people on Sept. 29 only. One ticket is permitted per household, per e-mail address.
To download tickets, learn more about Museum Day Live! 2012, or view a list of all participating museums and cultural institutions, visit the Smithsonian website.
Smith Plantation is an original 1845 plantation site built by Archibald Smith, one of Roswell’s founding fathers. It is owned by the City of Roswell and located in Historic Roswell at 935 Alpharetta Street, adjacent to the Roswell Municipal complex. The Smith Plantation is operated by the Recreation, Parks, Historic and Cultural Affairs Department. For more information on the Smith Plantation, please call 770-641-3978 or visit www.southerntrilogy.com.