Win Tickets to Franklin Institute This Summer

Game On at The Franklin this summer!

In full disclosure, in exchange for membership, tickets and/or payment, we have entered into a partnership with this company to bring you their brain boosting experiences. All opinions are honest and our own.

To celebrate the launch of the Franklin Institute’s exhibit, Game Master, we are partnering with this outstanding organization to offer one of our readers four tickets to visit. You can visit this summer to learn about the transformation of videogames and its impact on culture. There are several reasons to visit Franklin Institute this summer and thus participate in this giveaway.

3 Outstanding Reasons to Explore Franklin Institute This Summer

Game Masters

Game Masters exhibit follows over five decades of video games, from the simple games to the most advanced. From the classics like Space Invaders and Pac-Man to Angry Birds and Rock Band, The Franklin is exploring the conceptual designs to cultural influences. The exhibit consumes over 14,000 square feet and features over 100 playable games which is sure to keep you engaged. The giveaway includes admission to Game Masters!

Game Masters the Exhibition, ACMI. Courtesy Mark Ashkanasy 2012

Game Masters the Exhibition, ACMI. Courtesy Mark Ashkanasy 2012

Change Your Reality

The Franklin is challenging reality. Located inside Your Brain exhibit as well as Inside Space Command, there will be Virtual Reality stations which are included with admission. Transform your view of the world by immersing yourself in cutting edge technology and films. Reality has a different perspective when you look through a scientific lens and The Franklin will spark that curiosity!

Get Inside Science

In addition to Virtual Reality Stations and Game Masters, you will have access to the extensive exhibits that will have kids (and kids at heart) climbing inside science. Whether it is touring the heart or the brain, trains or planes, the earth or outer space, the Franklin is a full day of fun and learning.

Franklin Institute Airplane

Franklin Institute is located at 222 North 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

The Franklin Institute is open daily from 9:30am-7pm (extended summer hours) with Game Masters open until 8pm. General admission is $23/adult and $19/child (ages 3-11). There is an additional fee for special exhibitions such as Game Masters.

We are so excited to partner with The Franklin Institute to giveaway tickets to see Game Masters but hurry up because the exhibit closes September 3!

Here are the rules and conditions for this amazing giveaway:

Participants MUST live in the United States.
The winner will be chosen by Rafflecopter.
The contest will run from August 8 through 12am on August 16.
The winner will be announced on August 16.
The winner will receive the tickets from Mommy University.
The winners must respond within 1 day or another winner will be chosen.
To enter, participants can earn entries by: visiting the Mommy University Facebook page (likes are appreciated but not required), following Mommy University on Twitter, sharing the contest with friends, subscribe to the MU newsletter, subscribe to the MU YouTube channel, providing your email address and commenting on this blog post by answering the required question.
No purchase is necessary to win.
Your chances of winning are dependent on the number of entries received.

Enter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Mirror Maze at The Franklin Institute

Franklin Institute


Educational Benefits of Museums


  1. Chantae

    I’m not really a math kind of gal, but 2 of my kids are! I’m a nature person and so are my kids! We also enjoy mazes. This would be a perfect day trip for my family of 6! Thx for the opportunity to win!

  2. Christina McElroy

    This sounds right up my son’s alley! He would totally freak out and love this! My daughter, too. We would love to win.

    • Jessica Lopa

      Hi Jael…the winner has been chosen and contacted. Please continue to follow Mommy University for more brain boosting giveaways!

  3. Rikki J.

    My favorite game to play as a kid was Sorry and The Game of Life. I really enjoyed all the popular board games when I was younger.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *