The Studebaker National Museum is committed to ensuring that all visitors, regardless of economic status, are able to access the Museum’s galleries. It is a core focus of the Museum to increase access to and awareness of the Collection, which tells the story of South Bend’s long industrial heritage and of course, the rich Studebaker legacy.
As a continuation of the commitment, the Museum is proud to share that the Museum has joined, Museums for All. This program ensures that the financial cost of visit the Museum is not a burden for our visitors. By presenting a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card, and a valid form of photo ID, up to four individuals per EBT card may visit the Museum for FREE!
The Museums for All rate is available during all normal operating hours. Visitors do not need to register. Just arrive at the Museum, show your SNAP EBT card and a photo ID, and you will receive the Museums for All admission rate.
Visitors can come back as many times as you wish—there’s no limit! We hope to see this program used by many in our community very soon!