Over the past week, many Portland area businesses and organizations have stepped up to help the more than 3,000 local furloughed federal employees and contractors. Among them are five Portland attractions offering free admission to furloughed federal employees and contractors.
For more information about other services, from free meals to financial services, view our full roundup of free and cheap offers for furloughed federal employees.
Here’s the list of free Portland attractions. We’ll keep adding to it as we find more offers.
Federal employees and their families will get free admission to OMSI while to shutdown lasts. The offer is good for up to four people, and furloughed employees must show their federal ID or work badge at the front desk.
The museum is offering free admission and free 12 oz. drip coffee a 20% discount on all other café purchases to furloughed employees. The admission offer is good for up to two people. Children aged 17 years and under always visit for free. Visitors must show a current federal ID or badge.
Free admission for up to four people from the same household of furloughed federal employees and contractors. To receive free admission, furloughed employees must show their federal ID or badge.
Federal workers and families affected by government shutdown will receive free admission to the Oregon Historical Society.To receive free admission, furloughed federal workers and contractors must show their ID or badge.
The zoo is offering free admission for furloughed federal employees, their families and federal contractors during the partial government shutdown. To receive free admission, furloughed employees must show their federal ID or badge. This offer will last through the shutdown.
The theater will be offering up to 4 free tickets per furloughed employee for the first two weekends of Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: The Rock Experience! Give our box office a call at 503-228-9571 to reserve tickets.
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