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Passes to Parks & Museums

Your library card allows you to check out free passes to cultural centers across the state of Georgia, thanks to Georgia Public Library Service and these partners.

Due to public health and safety concerns related to coronavirus, the availability and status of passes and partnership programs may be impacted.

Center for Puppetry Arts

Check out a “Passport to Puppetry” and get museum admission for up to four plus special discounts.
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Chattahoochee Nature Center

The Library Family Pass admits up to four people for free. Enjoy wildlife, hiking, and environmental education.
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Georgia State Parks

Borrow a Georgia State Park ParkPass or Historic Site Pass and get free admission at parks statewide. You can also check out a Discovery Backpack that contains binoculars and wildlife guides.
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Go Fish Education Center

Get a free Family Pass for as many as four family members to the Go Fish Education Center.
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Kill-A-Watt Meter Loan Program

Patrons can check out a meter to monitor how much electricity an appliance or electronic device uses to determine how much it costs to keep that item plugged in.  This program has saved residents more than $70,000 in the purchase price of a meter and additional thousands off of annual electric bills.
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Macon Museum Pass

The Tubman Museum, the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, and the Museum of Arts and Sciences have partnered to provide free passes to their locations in Macon. Up to four people can get free admission from the passes, which are valid for a week.
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Michael C. Carlos Museum

Check out a Family Pass to the Carlos Museum for up to six people to enjoy arts and culture from around the world.
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William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum

The Georgia Public Libraries Family Pass admits up to four for free. Connect with Jewish history, culture, and arts.
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Zoo Atlanta

The Zoo Atlanta Library Pass provides free admission for up to four guests.
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