A handful of local institutions and many others across the state are celebrating Free Fun Fridays throughout the summer with free admission for the whole family.

The Highland Street Foundation, based out of Newton, Massachusetts, established in 1989 by David J. McGrath, Jr., the founder and owner of TAD Resources International, is once again providing free admission to museums across the commonwealth throughout the summer.  Since 1989 the McGrath Family and the Highland Street Foundation have donated more than $103 Million to many worthy non-profit organizations including $80 million to groups in Massachusetts alone.

Every Friday, from June 28 through Aug. 30, ten different cultural hubs will be open to the public free of charge.  In Berkshire County, the program will get you free admission to The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown and The Mount in Lenox on June 28, Jacob's Pillow in Becket on July 5, Tanglewood on August 2,  Hancock Shaker Village on August 9, The Berkshire Museum on August 23 and Mass MoCA on August 30.

Some other notables offering free admission include Plimouth Plantation in Plymouth on June 28, Children's Museum in Easton on July 5, Springfield Museums (including the Dr. Seuss Museum) July 12, Boston Children's Museum on July 19, Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst on July 19, Franklin Park Zoo in Boston and The Children's Museum of Holyoke on Aug. 2, the USS Constitution in Boston on Aug. 16 and the Capron Park Zoo in Attleboro on Aug 30.

There are TONS of others all over the state, so if you're traveling this summer make sure you check them all out here.