Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Pizza, beer, and the Motown Museum

Posted By on Tue, May 24, 2016 at 9:48 AM

click to enlarge Photo via Creative Commons user Kristian Bjornard.
  • Photo via Creative Commons user Kristian Bjornard.
Do you love Motown, pizza, and beer? Of course you do, which is why you should purchase a membership to the Motown Museum.

This newly introduced program includes unlimited admissions to the museum, plus discounts to local businesses like Avalon Bakery, Buddy’s Pizza, and Batch Brewery Co. With this year-long membership you can eat, drink, hear, wear, see, and be Motown.



The three levels of membership are:
Individual Membership — $45: Offers unlimited museum admission for one year, a personalized membership card, one single-use guest pass, members-only promotions and events, and a 10 percent discount in the museum store and online.

Family Membership — $100: Offers unlimited museum admission for up to two adults and two youth (ages 5-17) for one year, two personalized membership cards, two single-use guest passes, members-only promotions and events, and a 10 percent discount in the museum store and online.

Youth Membership — $15: Offers unlimited museum admission for one year, a personalized membership card, and a 10 percent discount in the museum store and online.

Since opening in 1959 the museum has received nothing but positive support from the community. I heard it through the grapevine that they have a couch that still smells like Marvin Gaye. Try it, baby.  

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