Visiting the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Mass and looking for discount tickets? Fortunately, there’s many ways to save money on tickets.
The museum is one of the most popular places to visit in Salem so it’s definitely worth checking out. It offers a number of revolving exhibits on everything from fashion to history and is ranked one of the top 20 art museum in the U.S.
The following is a list of coupons and discount tickets to the Peabody Essex Museum:
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Trusted Tours and Attractions:
Trusted Tours and Attractions offers discount tickets to the Peabody Essex Museum. Different types of discounts are available for adults, seniors and college students. These discounted tickets must be purchased online on the Trusted Tours and Attractions website.
American Alliance of Museums Discount:
Members of the American Alliance of Museums receive free admission for one to the museum. Employees of the AAM receive free admission for two to the museum.
Art Museum Reciprocal Network:
Benefactor-level members of the American Alliance of Museums receive free admission for two to the museum. Ticketed exhibitions and special events are not included.
Bank of America Free Museums on Us Program:
Bank of America cardholders receive free admission for one to the museum on the first full weekend of each month. To get the free admission, simply show up to the museum on the first full weekend of the month, show your Bank of America card and a photo ID and you will be given one ticket to the museum.
The program does not cover guests of the card holder, who will have to purchase a ticket themselves.
Boston City Pass:
Admission to the museum is included with the purchase of a Boston City Pass, which allows you to visit four Boston attractions for one flat fee: New England Aquarium, Museum of Science, Boston Harbor City Cruises, Franklin Park Zoo or Harvard Museum of Natural History.
Boston Go Pass:
Admission to the museum is included with the purchase of the Boston Go Pass, which allows you to visit between 3 and 49 Boston attractions for one flat fee.
EBT cardholders receive free admission for four to the Peabody Essex Museum.
Human Resources Consortium of Non-Profit Arts:
Employees and volunteers of the Human Resources Consortium of Non-Profit Arts receive free admission for two to the museum.
International Council of Museums:
Members of the International Council of Museums receive free admission for two to the museum.
If you have a library card at the following libraries you can sign out discounted passes to the Peabody Essex Museum there. The amount of the discount varies by library as does the availability. Check with your library ahead of time for available dates.
The following is a list of participating libraries:
Amesbury Public Library in Amesbury, Mass
Belmont Public Library in Belmont, Mass
Bedford Public Library in Bedford, New Hampshire
Bentley Library at Bentley University in Waltham, Mass
Beverly Public Library in Beverly, Mass
Boxford Town Library in Boxford, Mass
Brookline Library in Brookline, Mass
Carlisle Library in Carlisle, Mass
Concord Free Public Library in Concord, Mass
Dedham Public Library in Dedham, Mass
Durham Public Library in Durham, New Hampshire
Dover Public Library in Dover, New Hampshire
East Kingston Public Library in East Kingston, New Hampshire
Essex Public Library in Essex, Mass
Flint Memorial Library in North Reading, Mass
Georgetown Peabody Library in Peabody, Mass
Goodknow Library in Sudbury, Mass
Hanson Public Library in Hanson, Mass
Hamilton-Wenham Public Library in South Hamilton, Mass
Hollis Social Library in Hollis, New Hampshire
Holliston Public Library in Holliston, Mass
Howe Library in Hanover, New Hampshire
Hull Public Library in Hull, Mass
Ipswich Public Library in Ipswich, Mass
Kensington Public Library in Kensington, New Hampshire
Lane Memorial Library in Hampton, New Hampshire
Lawrence Library in Lawrence, Mass
Leach Library in Londonderry, New Hampshire
Lee Public Library in Lee, New Hampshire
Lynnfield Public Library in Lynnfield, Mass
Lucius Beebe Memorial Library in Wakefield, Mass
Lunenberg Public Library in Lunenberg, Mass
Malden Public Library in Malden, Mass
Maynard Public Library in Maynard, Mass
Medfield Public Library in Medfield, Mass
Merrimac Public Library in Merrimac, Mass
Morse Institute Library in Natick, Mass
Newbury Town Library in Newbury, Mass
Nashua Public Library in Nashua, New Hampshire
Newburyport Public Library in Newburyport, Mass
Norwell Public Library in Hanover, Mass
North Hampton Public Library in North Hampton, New Hampshire
Portsmouth Public Library in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Robbins Library in Arlington, Mass
Reading Public Library in Reading, Mass
Rice Public Library in Kittery, Maine
Rowley Public Library in Rowley, Mass
Salem Public Library in Salem, Mass
Salisbury Public Library in Salisbury, Mass
Sawyer Free Library in Gloucester, Mass
Southborough Library in Southborough, Mass
Wayland Free Public Library in Wayland, Mass
Watertown Free Public Library in Watertown, Mass
Wellesley Free Library in Wellesley, Mass
Westwood Public Library in Westwood, Mass
Weymouth Public Library in Weymouth, Mass
Woburn Public Lirbary in Woburn, Mass
Wilmington Memorial Library in Wilmington, Mass
Tewksbury Public Library in Tewksbury, Mass
Thayer Public Library in Braintree, Mass
Thomas Crane Public Library in Quincy, Mass
Topsfield Town Library in Topsfield, Mass
York Public Library in York, Maine
Active-duty military personnel receive free year-round admission for one to the museum.
Members of the Massachusetts Teachers Association receive free admission for one to the museum.
Montserrat College of Art Students and Faculty:
Students and faculty of Monsterrat receive free admission for one to the museum.
North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association:
Members of NARM receive free admission for two to the museum.
New England Museum Association (NEMA) Member:
Members of NEMA receive free admission for one to the museum.
Teachers who reside in New England receive free admission for one to the museum. Teachers who reside outside of New England receive $5 off the price of admission.
Other Museum Staff:
Staff who work at other museums receive free admission for two to the museum.
Salem State University Students and Faculty:
Students and faculty of the Salem State University receive free admission for one to the museum.
Residents of the city of Salem receive free admission for one to the museum.
Looking for more ideas on what to do in Salem? Check out our article on the best things to do in Salem.
“Discount Directory.” MTA Benefits, mtabenefits.com/discounts/discount-directory?field_discount_category=11
“Complimentary Admission.” Peabody Essex Museum, pem.org/visit/complimentary-admissions