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Family plan includes a taste of the arts

Transit users are getting a special break from the Royal B.C. Museum.

Victoria area transit pass holders can take advantage of a special offer to attend the exhibition, Wildlife Photographer of the Year, at the museum.

With a paid adult admission to the exhibition, B.C. Transit customers can show their monthly pass, ProPASS or B.C. bus pass and bring up to four youth (12 or younger) for free.

Opening Dec. 16 and running through April 9, Wildlife Photographer of the Year presents the wonders of nature through the lenses of prize-winning photographers.

The exhibition from the Natural History Museum in London showcases more than 100 photographs in 18 categories, chosen from more than 40,000 international entries.

 

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