Bank of America cardholders can visit the MAC for free. Here’s how

SPOKANE, Wash. – Cardholders are in luck as the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture is once again participating in Bank of America’s ‘Museums on Us’ promotion.

Active cardholders receive free admission to the MAC on the first Saturday of every month, with the next date falling on March 7.

The museum currently has two exhibits on display: “Mount St. Helens: Critical Memory” and “Pompeii: The Immortal City,” which opens Saturday.

Mount St. Helens: Critical Memory commemorates the 40th anniversary of the eruption, including personal accounts and insight on how the 1980 eruption advanced scientific understanding of volcanoes. The Pomepii exhibits offer another perspective on devastating volcanoes.

For non-Bank of America members looking to score a deal, the MAC offers senior, student, and youth discounts. You can also pick up a free pass through the Spokane Public Library.

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