Museum of Vancouver offers free admission to healthcare workers in September

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      Throughout the entire month of September the Museum of Vancouver will be offering free admission to Canadian healthcare workers. 

      “Healthcare workers have been and continue to be heroes throughout this unprecedented time," says the museum's CEO Mauro Vescera in a press release. "The Museum of Vancouver is proud to offer this small gesture of our appreciation to honour the commitment and dedication expressed by all Canadian healthcare workers.

      "We hope workers take advantage of this offer to learn more about Vancouver’s unique story, specifically through our current micro-exhibition, Real-time Collecting: Documenting and Remembering COVID-19, which features over 20 objects from the permanent collection, providing an opportunity to reflect on our local pandemic experiences.”

      Besides Real-time Collecting, which runs until December, feature exhibitions currently on view at MOV include Neon Vancouver Ugly Vancouver, A Seat at the Table, and That Which Sustains Us.

      Healthcare workers wishing to visit the museum can show any form of healthcare worker ID to obtain free admission.

      For more info visit the Museum of Vancouver website here.