Free admission to some Memphis attractions using 901 Student passport

MEMPHIS, TN. — Get ready for a ride around some Memphis attractions with the 901 Student Passport for free, according to a release.

The Office of Mayor Lee Harris announced the return of the 901 Student Passport, which gives students a chance to explore nine local destinations at no cost.

Simply visit each location and present your passport at the admissions counter to earn a stamp.

There will be free entry for Memphis and Shelby County students and one parent, according to a release.

This year’s destinations are offering educational and experiential exhibits about music, civil rights history, fire safety, the arts, nature, and even metal sculpting.

This year’s destinations are as follows:

Fire Museum of Memphis

Dixon Garden & Gallery

Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum

Lichterman Nature Center

Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

the National Civil Rights Museum

Pink Palace Museum of Science & History

Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum

Metal Museum.

Students who present their passports between now and November 30, 2022, will receive free admission.

The passport may not be used for groups or parties, according to a release.

Students may download a printable passport page HERE.

Please remember that you must have a physical passport that the admissions desk can stamp.

If you’d like the Mayor’s Office to mail a passport to you, please send your complete mailing address to officeofthemayor@shelbycountytn.gov.

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