The Museum Pass program enables customers to visit area attractions. It’s a great way for friends and families to enjoy education, cultural enrichment and fun. This service is sponsored by the library and various Friends groups associated with individual libraries.
Where can I pick up a museum pass?
Museum Passes must be picked up and returned only at the location in which it was borrowed.
Can I reserve a museum pass for pick-up?
Museum passes may be reserved for pickup until the end of the business day. Phone your local library.
Where can I return a museum pass?
Museum Passes must be returned only to the location from which it was borrowed. Please hand your plastic case directly to a staff member.
How long can I keep a museum pass?
A Museum Pass may be checked out for 4 days.
What if I don't return the pass on time?
A late fee of $5 per day will apply with a maximum late fine of $25. There will be a $5 fee for losing or damaging the case. The Museum Pass lost fee is the cost of the pass. This fee varies, depending on the pass.
Passes are available to the following area attractions.
Amenities vary, depending on the museum.
- Academy of Natural Sciences: Admits two adults and up to five children in the same household. Museum pass customers wishing to see the Butterflies! exhibit will be subject to a $3 fee per person.
- Air Victory Museum: Admits six people.
- Alice Paul Institute at Paulsdale: The Institute is open from Tuesday-Friday from 12-4pm and the second Saturday of the month from 12-2pm, March-November. Group tours are by appointment, Tuesday-Friday afternoons. Each Paulsdale tour pass admits 1 person. 4 tour passes are included in the museum box.
- Penn Museum of Archeology and Anthropology: Admits two adults and all children in the household under the age of 18.
- Battleship NJ: Admits two adults and three children.
- Camden Children's Garden: Admits six people.
- Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge: Admits two adults and three children under the age of 18.
- Children's Museum of Manhattan: Admits four people (no more than two adults).
- Garden State Discovery Museum: Admits six people.
- Grounds for Sculpture: Admits four people.
- Guggenheim Museum: Admits four adults or students and children under the age of 12 are free.
- Independence Seaport Museum: Admits two adults and four children under the age of 18.
- Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum: Admits 6 guests.
- Morris Arboretum: Admits two adults and up to four children.
- Museum of Modern Art: Admits five people.
- National Liberty Museum: Admits six people.
- New-York Historical Society Museum and Library: Admits two adults and all children under the age of 18.
- Paws Discovery Farm: Admits six people.
- Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts: Admits two adults and four children in your household under 18.
- Roebling Museum: Admits two adults and all children in the household under the age of 18.
- WheatonArts and Cultural Center Museum: Admits two adults and all children under the age of 18.