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Passes to:
Boston by Foot
Boston Harbor Islands
Children's Museum
Dept. of Conservation and Recreation
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Lars Anderson Auto Museum
Museum of Science
New England Aquarium
Zoo New England


Anyone with a Boston Public library card can reserve passes. This includes:

a resident of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
a Massachusetts property owner
commute to Massachusetts for work
students residing in Massachusetts while attending school
a resident of temporary housing in Massachusetts




Isabella Stewart
Museum of Science
MIT Museum
New England Zoo
Peabody Essex
Sports Museum
Childrens Museum
USS Constitution
Griffin Museum
Harvard Museum of Natural History

Cambridge Public Library Museum Pass Rules:

Patrons must present the valid Minuteman library card used to reserve the museum pass when picking up a pass.
The library card account must be in good standing to reserve or checkout a pass. Any Massachusetts resident can get a library card (perhaps students too).
Patrons who have blocks on their library card due to fines or billed items will not be allowed to check out museum passes.
Only one pass per household may be borrowed for any one day.
Patrons are allowed to borrow each museum pass once every 30 days.
Passes and coupons may be reserved up to 30 days in advance.
Passes must be returned on their due date.
Passes must not be returned through the book-drop.
There will be a charge of $5.00 for late returns or book drop returns and a charge of $25 for lost passes.
Coupons may be picked up any time and do not have to be returned.

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Don't a lot of libraries have passes?

meechwings said:   Don't a lot of libraries have passes?

Probably. A lot of people don't know about this, and it's a good sized list.

Some others posted on FW are very popular: http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/search/results.php?query=museums... http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/search/results.php?query=museum&...

Heck, a lot of people don't know you can check out movies from libraries or download audiobooks from home either.

Most public libraries (at least in MA) have the program. Most limits to residents only.

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