Children’s Museum of New Hampshire – The library pass allows reduced admission of 50% to the museum for up to 4 people. All children under the age of 1 are free. For directions and more information contact the Children Museum at www.childrens-museum.org
Currier Museum of Art – The library has 2 passes to the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester. Each pass allows free general admission for up to 2 adults (18 years and over) and all youth family members (ages 13 – 17); children 12 years and under are admitted without charge. Passes are not valid for “Just-for-Members” events, member discount at the Museum Shop, for admission to the Zimmerman House, or special ticketed events. Also, the Currier Museum of Art is closed every Tuesday. Check out the special exhibits at www.currier.org
Museum of Fine Arts (Boston) – Each pass allows up to two people reduced general admission ($10.00 per person). The library has a limited number of these passes to use each year, thus we limit this pass to only 1 issuance per day, until we run out of passes. Find out what’s showing at www.mfa.org
Museum of Science (Boston) – The library has 1 pass per day available to patrons. The pass allows up to four people per day to visit the Museum of Science’s main exhibit hall for $10 per person. The pass does not include admission to Omni, Planetarium, 4-D Theater, Butterfly Garden, or special exhibits. To learn about current exhibits visit www.mos.org/, and to inquire about parking at the Museum garage, visit www.mos.org/parking
New England Aquarium (Boston) – The library has 1 pass per day available to patrons. The pass allows up to four people per day to visit the aquarium, for a reduced admission rate of $10 per person. (Regular admission is $26.95 per person, and children under 3 are always free.) This pass program runs from after Labor Day thru June 30th. There are no passes available from July through Labor Day Weekend in September. Please visit http://www.neaq.org/index.php to learn more about what’s happening when you visit!
Seacoast Science Center – The library’s membership to the Seacoast Science Center admits two adults and up to four children or grandchildren into the Center at 50% off the cost of regular admission. Two library passes may be issued per day. The pass holder also will receive a 10% discount at the Nature Store, and can be admitted to the Seacoast Science Center during members-only winter hours.
For more information about the Seacoast Science Center, please visit www.seacoastsciencecenter.org
SEE Science Center – Each pass alows one family per day a visit to SEE. “Family” includes members of a household plus grandparents. SEE is open seven days a week. Check out current exhibits and hours at www.see-sciencecenter.org
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center– The pass is valid for two $3 trail admissions, plus up to four additional discounted trail admissions for $10 each, every day from May 1 to November 1. Trails open for the season on May 1 and are open from 9:30am to 5:00pm. The last daily admission is at 3:30pm. Check out their current offerings at www.nhnature.org.
Strawbery Banke – The library has 2 membership cards to be used each day Strawbery Banke is open. Each pass allows unlimited free daily admission for two adults and up to four children, as well as free admission to special events, including the Candlelight Stroll, Ghosts on the Banke and July 4th: An American Celebration. Special events are very popular, so please reserve the pass early if you plan on using the library membership card. The museum is open every day from May 1 – Oct. 31. Winter hours are limited. Check out current events and hours at www.strawberybanke.org
To reserve any museum pass, please contact the library at 679-8484 or at email@example.com. Patrons must pick up all museum passes at the library in advance of their museum visit during the library’s hours of operation.