By Lisa Marie Segarra
September 21, 2017

More 1,300 museums across the U.S., including the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Philadelphia History Museum, are offering free admission this weekend.

The free tickets are part of Museum Day Live, an annual event organized by Smithsonian Magazine, that celebrates museums and museum-goers. This year, the nationwide event takes place on Saturday, Sept. 23.

People can snag two free tickets through — and the tickets are already available to be purchased in advanced. Participants can only choose one museum though, and some may require you to print the ticket in advance rather than just showing it on a smartphone or tablet. The Smithsonian suggests checking with the museum beforehand.

The tickets also don’t cover any add-ons like IMAX screenings, special exhibits or parking.

It’s easy to find out if a particular museum is participating in the event by looking at the Smithsonian’s database, which allows users to filter their searches by state, zip code or museum name. MONEY also compiled a list of some of the most popular museums that are participating:

Annapolis Maritime Museum

Chicago History Museum

California African American Museum in Los Angeles

Edison Museum in Austin

Memphis Music Hall of Fame

Museum of the City of New York

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Philadelphia History Museum

The Planetarium in North Las Vegas

Portland Art Museum

Queens Historical Society

Smithsonian American Art Museum

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