Library's offer a Free Museum and art pass that are often it is
not promoted. Call you local Library to see if they have
one for you to enjoy.
Hamilton Public Library - This pass entitles a family
of four, two adults and two children to regular admission
to one of the Hamilton Civic Museums."
Museums include: Battlefield House Museum & Park --
Dundurn National Historic Site -- Fieldcote Memorial Park
& Museum -- Hamilton Children's Museum -- Hamilton
Museum of Steam & Technology -- Whitehern Historic
House & Garden.
Public Library - If you’ve ever wanted to take
a free tour through Toronto’s Art Gallery of Ontario,
Bata Shoe Museum or Casa Loma, here is your chance!
Library - An OPL card allows you to sign out one of
75 passes for each museum from any of the OPL branches
or through the bookmobile.
The museum passes allow families to discover some of
our local museums at no cost:
- Nature Card: Canadian Museum of Nature
- Privilege Card: Canadian Museum of Civilization, Canadian
Postal Museum, Canadian Children's Museum and Canadian
Museum of War (Admits a family of four with a maximum
of two adults (adults: 18+, kids: under 18))
- Science Tech Card: Canada Science and Technology Museum
- Ottawa museum pass: 10 local museums that tell the
greater Ottawa story. (NOTE: Some special events and
exhibits are not included as part of the museum’s
regular admission and are subject to additional fees.)
Public Library - Great way to enjoy the cities' museums
must have a valid Library card
Chicago Public Library - Passports to 14 of Chicago’s
world-class cultural institutions. Made possible by a
generous grant from Kraft Foods, through the Chicago Public
Library Foundation, the Great Kids Museum Passport program
is part of an ongoing commitment by Kraft to support the
development of Chicago’s Great Kids.
Minnetonka, MN -
The Museum Adventure Pass offers library users free admission for up to 2 people at participating museums and other organizations.