Free museum admission days for Santa Ana residents!

Free Days for Santa Ana Residents

Free admission to museums for Santa Ana Residents! Here is a list of museums who have free days available to Santa Ana residents. You’ll need a California Driver’s License, California Identification Card, or utility bill with picture ID are required as proof of your residency in Santa Ana.

Heritage Museum (3101 West Harvard – 714.540.0404) – free admission on the first Sunday of each month. www.heritagemuseumoc.org

Discovery Science Center (2500 N. Main St. – 714.542.2823) – free admission on the first Monday of every month. www.discoverycube.org

Santa Ana Zoo at Prentice Park (1801 E. Chestnut Ave. – 714.835.7484) – free admission on the second Tuesday of the month for up to 4 per household. www.santaanazoo.org

Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center (125 N. Broadway – 714.567.7233) in the Santa Ana Artist Village is always free to the general public. www.grandcentralartcenter.com

For the Bowers Museum the first Sunday of each month has free admission for everyone thanks to Target Free First Sundays. However from the Bowers website, they are stating Sunday April 11 as the first Sunday of this month, not April 4th, which is the 1st Sunday of the month. That seems to be an error, as I called and they do have the 1st Sunday, April 4th, tomorrow free for everyone. Have fun!

Ramon

Ramon is a long time resident of Southern California and an expert in online advertising as well as an avid photographer. He runs OCGreatDeals.com as well as other local photography sites like OCSurfPix.com, SoCalDailyPhoto.com and Coolest-Travel-Pictures.

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  • April 3, 2010 at 2:27 pm
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    I should have known this was your creation. Nice job. With regards to the Bowers Museum, the Target-Free Sundays are always on the 1st Sunday of the month, unless there is a holiday. In this case, we have Easter on the 4th of April, so the Target-Free Sunday is postponed until April 11th. By the way, this is a wonderful museum. I’ve gone half a dozen times, and they always host a beautiful event. Plus, you get to see their current exhibitions!

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