Access Pass Program
WonderLab is proud to participate in a statewide partnership that makes fun, interactive science learning affordable for more Indiana families through the Access Pass Program. Families that participate in any of the state assistance programs listed below can visit WonderLab and other participating institutions for just $1 per family member per visit. As of January 2015, participating institutions include WonderLab, Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, the Indiana Historical Society, the NCAA Hall of Champions, the Terre Haute Children's Museum, the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites in Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and The Children's Museum of Indianapolis. CLICK HERE to learn more about our partners and their specific benefits.
Qualifying State Assistance Programs for Indiana Residents
- Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, aka food stamps)
- Hoosier Healthwise Insurance
You will need to show your Hoosier Healthwise or Hoosier Works Enrollment Recertification Letter, issued by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration. The letter must include the primary adult cardholder name and address. To request your letter or view the status of your enrollment, please visit the following website: www.dfrbenefits.in.gov.
In addition, you'll need to show a photo ID issued by the state of Indiana, such as a driver’s license or a state identification card. The name on the photo ID must match an adult name on the recertification letter. Employee and student IDs, or out-of-state IDs, will not be accepted.
Access Pass Program Application Form
The Access Pass Program application form is available online as a pdf file to download and is available in print at the WonderLab welcome desk. A qualifying adult must complete the form and present it with the required documentation at WonderLab to enroll and receive benefits.
To Receive Benefits
The Access Pass is good for one year. After enrolling or renewing in the program, qualified families will receive an Access Pass card. A qualifying adult named on the card must present the card at the participating organization the family is visiting.