ASTC Travel Passport Program
Sciencenter members receive free admission to more than 325 science museums worldwide through the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) Travel Passport Program.
Keep in mind that some local restrictions apply to the ASTC Travel Passport Program. Museums located within 90 miles of the Sciencenter are automatically excluded from the reciprocity program. (A 90-mile limit has been established by ASTC to prevent regular visits to nearby museums by people who may have purchased only one membership.)
Please check this ASTC Passport Program list of participating science museums before you visit as museums opt in and out of ASTC membership annually.
Some Sciencenter membership privileges may not apply at other museums - please call ahead before visiting.
Special Arrangements with Nearby MuseumsIn addition to providing the ASTC benefit, the Sciencenter has made special reciprocal arrangements with the following nearby museums (Please call ahead to these museums for reciprocal admission guidelines):
- The Discovery Center of the Southern Tier – Binghamton, NY
- Kopernik Observatory & Science Center – Vestal, NY
- MOST – Syracuse, NY
- Roberson Museum and Science Center – Binghamton, NY
- Rochester Museum & Science Center – Rochester, NY
- Sci-Tech Center of Northern New York – Watertown, NY
- The Science Discovery Center of Oneonta – Oneonta, NY
Association of Children's Museums' (ACM) Reciprocal Network
A special benefit at the Cosmos level.
Members of the Sciencenter's Cosmos level receive 50% off admission for up to 6 people to 200 ACM member children's museums beyond the 325+ science museums included in all Sciencenter memberships.
Search for participating museums on ACM's website. (Museums opt in and out of ACM membership annually.)
Please call ahead before visiting - some Sciencenter membership privileges may not apply at other museums.