Here’s how to get into hundreds of art galleries and museums for FREE!!!!

Plus, get 50 PER CENT OFF major exhibitions


Think of all the things you can get for a fiver: three one-sided pages printed at the library, three-ish bus rides, half a cinema ticket, a third of a jacket from Urban Outfitters, barely two Starbucks coffees and maybe one ticket to some trashy club night. Life as a student is expensive even with the amount of discounts available – gone are the heady days of 99p Freddos.

But, luckily for you, we’ve found a way to help your money go further. Thanks to Art Fund’s Student Art Pass, for only FIVE POUNDS you can get free entry to hundreds of museums and galleries for free and get 50 per cent off major exhibitions.

But, hurry – the offer closes on 31st December!


Put your £5 to good use and soak up some culture this year. Click here to get your Student Art Pass now before the 31st December


Interested? Duh, of course you are – for only five measly pounds you can travel up and down the UK seeing art for FREE for the next 12 months! Here’s how to get your hands on a Student Art Pass:

Step 1: Click here

Step 2: Enter your email address

Step 3: Fill in some details to confirm you’re a student (don’t want to be paying £70 for the adult version)

Step 4: Choose which exhibition you’re going to indulge in first!

Plus, on top of getting the Student Art Pass itself, by joining Art Fund you’ll also gain access to regular paid opportunities in the Arts and the chance to expand your network and connect with other culture lovers by joining the #WeAreArtful #StudentArtPass community.

Super excited, but not too sure where to start? Here’s a taste of some of the major art exhibitions you can get 50 per cent off at with your Student Art Pass:

Tim Walker: Wonderful Things

V&A Tim Walker Wonderful Things Exhibition Installation View, ‘Cloud 9’ Section © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Where: V&A (Victoria and Albert Museum), London
When: 21 September 2019 – 8 March 2020

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Otobong Nkanga: From Where I Stand

Otobong Nkanga, Tate St Ives, September 2019, © Tate

Where: Tate St Ives, St Ives
When: 20 September 2019 – 5 January 2020

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Bridget Riley

Installation view of Bridget Riley, From Here, 1994 at Hayward Gallery 2019 © Bridget Riley 2019 Photo: Stephen White & Co.

Where: Hayward Gallery, London
When: 23 October 2019 – 26 January 2020

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Tyrannosaurs

Australian Museum, Tyrannosaurs, photography credit: James Horan

Where: National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
When: 23 January – 4 May 2020

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Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy Years

Self portrait cracked and warped c. 1985 Glazed ceramic, Private Collection, Photography Todd-White Art Photography © Grayson Perry Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro, London/Venice

Where: The Holburne Museum, Bath
When: 24 January – 25 May 2020

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So what are you waiting for? Procrastinate the right way by signing up for your £5 Student Art Pass now. It’ll be the best fiver you’ll ever spend – trust us.


Want to visit hundreds of museums and art galleries for free AND get 50 per cent off major exhibitions?

Put your money to good use and buy a £5 Student Art Pass

Click here to sign up before the 31st December now!!!