Five places to save £5 with a Student Art Pass

Published 28 August 2019

We’ve chosen five great museums and galleries to visit where you're saving £5 or more with your Student Art Pass – so you've made the cost of your pass back straight away.

Discover somewhere new and instantly make back the cost of your Student Art Pass by visiting one of these inspiring places.

With each of these great museums and galleries you're making a £5 saving or more straight away, with just one visit. And we're sure you'll want to go back!

Sound like a bargain? The Student Art Pass is available until 15 December for just £5. Get yours before they go.


The Royal Pavilion

A wander around this slightly surreal seaside palace is a rite of passage for anyone new to Brighton, and your Student Art Pass will get you in for free. You can take plenty of decor inspo from the Royal Bedrooms, and from 21 September 2019 you can marvel at a treasure trove of rarely seen decorative art – back in its original home while Buckingham Palace has the builders in.

V&A Museum of Design Dundee

V&A Dundee

The only V&A museum outside London is a mere one year old and already celebrated for championing Scottish and international design. It's an easy day trip from St Andrews, Edinburgh and Glasgow and you'll recover nearly double the cost of your pass with free entry to its unmissable major exhibitions – the groundbreaking Hello, Robot opens on 2 November 2019.

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

Home to the University of East Anglia’s Abstract and Constructivist collection, this exciting space is a font of inspiration if you're interested in design and architecture. The permanent collection is free – see works from the likes of Wassily Kandinsky, Hans Arp and Sonia Delaunay – while you'll save big on entry to the temporary exhibitions with your pass.

Temple Newsam House

Temple Newsam House

If you're at uni in Leeds and craving a rural retreat, your pass will get you free entry to this Tudor-Jacobean mansion – just a short bus ride and stroll away from the city centre. Immerse yourself in the art collections, make a fluffy friend in the farmyard, and relax in the gardens to fully unwind. It's also an ideal place to take visiting family and friends.


Shakespeare's Family Homes

Literary types can use their Student Art Pass to explore Shakespeare’s Family Homes and get some writing inspiration from the Bard. Dotted around Stratford-upon-Avon (only around 40 minutes on the train away from Birmingham and Warwick), the houses offer insight into several chapters of the playwright’s life – and you could even combine your trip with a visit to the Royal Shakespeare Company and catch a play.

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