The Tech Museum in San Jose is all about innovation, with more than 240 hands-on science and technology exhibits and galleries. It’s a hands-on experience of interest to people of all ages and backgrounds. The museum — located in the capital of Silicon Valley — is a non-profit learning resource established to “inspire the innovator in everyone.” Could that be you?
The current ticket deal for The Tech Museum of Innovation is half price — $10 (regular price $20), available now via one of the top ticket discount sources. These are print-at-home, and no coupon or promo code needed. The Tech Museum also offers free general admission on certain days. See details below.
Tech Museum Discounts + Free Days
DEAL: The Tech Museum of Innovation Discount Tickets 50% Off — $10 (reg. $20) plus processing fee. This tickets are valid for use any day. The offer will sell out fast, but they may add more.
FREE DAYS: Tech Museum Free Days — BofA Cardholders get FREE general admission for one on the first full weekend of every month, as part of the Bank of America “Museums On Us” promo. (Special exhibits are extra.)
WHEN: Any Date you choose through the posted expiration date (see current expiration date on the deal page).
WHERE: The Tech Museum of Innovation, 201 South Market Street, San Jose CA 95113.
OTHER WAYS TO SAVE AT THE TECH:
- AAA Member Discount: You can usually save $3 off regularly priced general admission tickets.
- Library Pass: The Tech Museum, in collaboration with the San Jose and Santa Clara Public Libraries systems, has a pass program that offers significantly reduced prices for museum galleries admission. This does not include special exhibits or IMAX Theater admission. Go to the San Jose and Santa Clara Public Libraries for more information and to pick up passes. Passes are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
New at The Tech — Check out its new Social Robots, where you design, build and program a real robot using sensors, controllers and actuators. Get on the shake platform and experience up to eight different types of earthquakes. Climb in a jet-pack chair and navigate it around an enclosed arena using jets of compressed air. Try out the first permanent public installation of Google’s Liquid Galaxy. Surrounded by screens using a custom version of Google Earth, you’ll use a button and joystick to help you fly across the surface of the Earth, moon and Mars.