The Camden County Library has a free Museum Pass Program

Morris Arboretum Tree Adventure | southjerseylocavore.com

My son and his friend at the Morris Arboretum’s Tree Adventure where they got a Get a bird’s eye view of the forest from 50 feet up.

So here’s something super cool that I discovered today while trying to find out when the Camden County Library’s Voorhees branch will host its annual spring book sale. The library system offers a Museum Pass Program. Adult cardholders in good standing (with less than $5 in fines) may check out up to one museum pass at a time.  A museum pass must be returned to the same branch it was checked out from.

Take a look at all the museums and nature centers library card holders can get into for free:

Passes to the following institutions can be checked out from any branch of the Camden County Library System :

  • Academy of Natural Sciences – Admission for up to two adults and five children; 10% discount at the Academy Shop and Academy Cafe
  • Camden Children’s Garden – Free admission for up to six guests
  • Garden State Discovery Museum – Admission for up to six people; 15% discount at the Discovermore Toy Store
  • Grounds for Sculpture – Admission for up to four people
  • Morris Arboretum – Admission for up to two adults and four children; 10% discount at the gift shop
  • Wheaton Arts – Admission for up to two adults and any children under 18
  • Woodford Wildlife Refuge  – Admission for up to two adults and any children under 18

The following passes are only available from the Voorhees branch:

  • Guggenheim – Admission for up to four people; 10% discount at the Guggenheim store and restaurants
  • Penn Museum of Archaeology – Admission for up to two people
  • PAFA – Admission for up to two adults and four children
  • Roebling – Admission for up to two adults and any children under 18

I love this and this discovery was just too good to not pass along.

Comments

  1. I never knew this! Thanks for the info.

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