Welcome SNAP-EBT Guests!

All guests who receive benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) program are eligible to reserve free tickets for themselves and up to four (4) family members over the age of 5; children under 5 are always free. 

Through the Museums for All initiative, Monticello is proud to offer the following tours: Highlights Tour or Gardens and Grounds Pass.

How to Get Your Tickets

Reserve Online and Pick-up In Person

  1. Reserve your ticket(s) online for any General Admission tour, which includes the Highlights Tour or Gardens and Grounds Pass.
  2. Be sure to reserve tickets for every person in your group, including all children.

    Reserve Tickets

  3. When you arrive at the Monticello ticket office, present your EBT card and a valid form of photo ID a minimum of 30 minutes prior to your reserved tour time.
  4. Receive your ticket(s) and enjoy your visit to Monticello.

Get Tickets in Person

  1. Come to the Monticello ticket office and request to see the next available Museums for All ticket options.
  2. Present your EBT card and a valid form of photo ID to receive your tickets and enjoy your visit to Monticello.

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What is Museums for All?

Museums for All is an access initiative of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) that aims to ensure that every family and child has access to a high quality museum experience. Participating museums offer deeply discounted admission to any individual or group of up to four individuals participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) by presenting an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card. The initiative is currently administered by the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM).

Since its launch in 2014, 415 museums in 48 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands have joined the initiative, reporting more than 1.9 million visits by individuals meeting the entrance requirements of the program. These numbers reflect the value that participating museums place on access and inclusion, as well as the value that the general public—regardless of current socioeconomic status—places on museum visitation. In many “hub” cities, several museums have come together to become part of this initiative.