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Conner Prairie is proud to partner with other local museums to make family fun available to more Indiana families. Families that participate in any of the state assistance programs listed below can visit for just $2 per family member per *visit.
Aides** enjoy complimentary admission with employee ID or proof of employment.
If you are not already enrolled in the Access Pass program, please complete the Access Pass application and bring it with you, along with the required documents listed below.
Qualifying programs for Indiana residents
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Hoosier Healthwise Insurance
- Hoosier Healthwise or Hoosier Works Enrollment Recertification Letter
Issued by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration
Letter must be issued in the primary adult cardholder name and verify program enrollment for the current year.
- Indiana State Issued photo ID card
Either a Driver’s License or State Identification card
The name on the photo ID must match an adult name on the recertification letter. Employee and Student IDs or out-of-state IDs will not be accepted.
To enroll in or renew an existing Access Pass, qualifying families can visit any of the participating partner locations (listed below) with required documentation and a completed Access Pass application. A qualifying adult must be present when enrolling or utilizing benefits. Discount will not be honored if required documentation verifying enrollment eligibility is not available.
Access Pass program partners include The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, NCAA Hall of Champions, Terre Haute Children's Museum, WonderLab, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis Museum of Art and Indiana Historical Society.
*$2 daytime general admission per family member per visit. Some special events and exhibits might not be included. 1859 Balloon Voyage rides are not included.
**An aide is defined as an employee or someone who is on the clock and required to accompany a person who would otherwise not be able to visit Conner Prairie alone.