Adult Ticket ($17.95)

 

Youth Tickets Ages 4-12 ($12.95)

 

Children 3 and under – Admission is FREE

 

Active & Retired Military w/ Military ID – Admission is FREE**

• Active-white CAC; Retired-DDForm2RET, Blue Color OR Reserve Retired –DDForm 2RES, Red Color)

**Spouse and dependents are not included

 

Purchase A Membership

 

Individual Membership, ($35.00)
  • Free unlimited museum admission for one year*
  • Electronic newsletter
  • SHARE Program

 

 

Dual Memberships, ($50.00)  

  • Free unlimited museum admission for one year* for two (2) individuals in the same household.
  • Electronic newsletter
  • SHARE Program

 

 

Family Membership, ($75.00)  

  • Free unlimited museum admission for one year* for five (5) individuals in the same household.
  • Electronic newsletter
  • SHARE Program
  • 10% discount in the museum store

 

 

Museum Partner ($100.00)  

  • Free unlimited admission to the museum for one year* for two individuals
  • Electronic newsletter
  • Four (4), one-day use guest passes*
  • 10% discount in the museum store
  • SHARE Program

 

 

Freedom Membership ($250.00)   

  • Free unlimited admission to the museum for one year* for two individuals
  • Electronic newsletter
  • 10% discount in the museum store
  • Four (4), one-day use guest passes*
  • Two (2) complimentary tickets to 2 AFHM produced events**
  • SHARE Program

 

 

Preservation Partner ($500.00)  

  • Free unlimited admission to the museum for one year* for two individuals
  • Electronic newsletter
  • 10% discount in the museum store
  • Six (6), one-day use guest passes*
  • Four (4) complimentary tickets to 2 AFHM produced events**
  • SHARE program

 

 

Five Star Partner ($750.00)  

  • Free unlimited to the museum for one year* for two individuals
  • Electronic newsletter
  • 10% discount in the museum store
  • Six (6) one-day use guest passes*
  • Four (4) complimentary tickets to 2 AFHM produced events**
  • SHARE program
  • 20% off a private rental of the museum (rent only)

* Unlimited admission for individuals and guest passes are good for museum admission only.

** Excludes Golf Tournament and Poker Tournament

** Must call museum to reserve tickets

 

 

 

17 Responses to Purchase Admission Tickets and Memberships

  1. erin says:

    I am looking to buy the annual pass but I have 7 members in my family how much would it be to add the 2 extra members thank you

    • alon2392 says:

      I spoke with our Group Sales & Events Coordinator, Tammy. She informed me we have a special right now with Groupon (only 1 day left) in which Family Memberships can be purchased for $35!!! That is a HUGE Savings. Then, when you come into the museum, you can purchase add-ons for your children @ $15 each. Without Groupon our Family Membership is $75 – and you can still get the two children added on at $15 each. For more information, you can contact Tammy via email tammy@armedforcesmuseum.com or via phone at (727)539-8371. Thank you for your inquiry.

  2. Jean says:

    I am 14yrs Army. Does free admission apply to my dependents with military I.D.? If not, I was considering purchasing the Family Membership in January, to get full benefit. Would a military discount apply to Membership?

    • alon2392 says:

      First, on behalf of all of us here at the museum, thank you for your service!! I have spoken with Tammy, our Director of Group Sales and Events. She informed me that dependents of active or retired military do not receive free admission. Also, no additional discounts are available on memberships. Depending on the number of dependents, several membership options could be available. The membership is, however, good for one year from date of purchase. You do not have to wait until January. We currently have some great summer activities scheduled – starting tomorrow with our Touch-A-Truck, so it is a great time to visit the museum. If you have any additional questions, you can contact Tammy via email at tammy@armedforcesmuseum.com or call her at (727)539-8372 ext. 107. Thank you for your inquiry.

  3. Kelly Flanagan says:

    I am retired USAF and I am currently researching a project for a class I am attending at St. Leo University. I see that both myself and my 3 year old daughter can get in free to your museum, does the free admission also count for Military Dependent wives? It doesn’t say wives are included but they served too, on the homefront, and in my opinion they are also heroes who deserve free admission. In my wife’s case, she is also a Veteran of the Illinois and Florida Air National Guard but did not retire. Would her bringing her Discharge Papers be sufficient. I know we should be greatful for free admission for Active and Retired folks but I think our Dependent Wives/Husbands who still also have an active ID should be permitted in for free. JMHO.

    Respectfully,

    Kelly C. Flanagan, TSgt, USAF (Ret)
    Tampa, Florida

    • alon2392 says:

      Good morning Kelly! First off, on behalf of the entire staff here at AFHM, a special thanks to you and your wife for your service. And we completely agree that ANYONE who has given service to our country is a heroe and the families are no doubt a part of that service. Unfortunately at this time, we are only able to extend free admission to our active military and retired military. We are the largest, non-profit military museum in the southeast that does not receive government funding or any other funding from outside sources. In Pinellas County alone, we have over 160,000 veterans. We respect your thoughts and appreciate your input. Thank you for visiting our web-site and for your feedback. We look forward to your visit.

  4. DannyH says:

    If I join a year membership at the “American Victory Ship” in Tampa then I get free admission here at the Armed Forces Museum. But if I get a year membership here, I only get $3 off admission to the American Victory Ship. Seems like a bit lopsided reciprocity??? Am I missing something?

    • alon2392 says:

      Apparently, American Victory Ship has not updated their web-site. Discount on either admission with a membership is $3. The American Victory Ship’s brochure properly reflects the $3 off.

  5. Mrs. Beth says:

    My husband is retired from 20 years of service in the Navy and Coast Goard Aviation. He has mentioned visiting the museum the last couple times we passed your sign. So, I thought I would purchase a gift certificate for him. But it seems his admission would be free. Do you have gift certificates available for him to bring the rest of us? Or should I simply order tickets to wrap for Christmas. Thank you for providing such a wonderful opportunity to share this part of history with our family.

    • alon2392 says:

      First, we would like to thank your husband for his service to this great country of ours. We do have tickets you could purchase (on-line or at the front desk) and wrap up for Christmas. What a great idea. We would be happy to make up a gift certificate if you prefer though. Also, if you want to do something for him, you might want to consider a ride in our WWII M8 Reconnaissance Vehicle. The M8 ride is $50 (up to three people), and gift certificates are available. Those need to be purchased at the museum. You can contact kathy@armedforcesmuseum.com if you have any additional questions. We are all honored here at the museum to assist in preserving the history of the brave warriors who have served this country. Thanks for visiting the web-site, we look forward to you and your family visiting the museum.

  6. declawing cats says:

    Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to
    make your point. You obviously know what youre talking about, why waste your intelligence
    on just posting videos to your blog when you could be giving us
    something enlightening to read?

    • alon2392 says:

      I am not sure which video you are referring to or which article(s). We have hundreds of blogs of various lengths. We also use videos as not all visitors enjoy reading. Thank you for your input and for visiting our web-site.

  7. Diane Pfeiffer says:

    I am a Gold Star mother,and widow. My only son was KIA in Viet Nam. My husband was 20 year retired USAF, with 100% service connected disability, He died 2 yrs ago of those disabilities. As a dependent with a permanent ID, am I eligible for a discount or free admission?

    • alon2392 says:

      If you are a senior – 65+ – you would qualify for our senior discount rate of $14.95. I hope you will come and visit our musuem. We are a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization whose mission includes honorably preserving the history of our military and educating our young on the sacrifices that have been made in order to protect our freedom. We here at the Armed Forces History Museum are so sorry for your losses, but please know we are forever grateful to both your son and your husband for the service they provided to this great nation of ours.

  8. alon2392 says:

    Thank you! We are glad you enjoyed it!

  9. Hello, i read your blog occasionally and i own a similar one and i was just wondering
    if you get a lot of spam responses? If so how do you stop it, any plugin or anything you can advise?
    I get so much lately it’s driving me mad so any help is very much appreciated.

    • alon2392 says:

      Spam is sometimes an issue, but I do not know how to accurately answer your question regarding a plug-in, etc. as we have someone maintain that portion of the site for us. I’d do a search on the internet (even within your web program) and see if you can find some solutions there. I do know I see from time to time where Spam has been blocked.

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