The Massachusetts Cultural Council, Brockton Cultural Council, and Brockton Public Library sponsor a museum pass program for adult Brockton Public Library cardholders with library records in good standing. Patrons must have a valid Brockton library card in order to check out the passes. Passes may be reserved at the Main Library up to two months in advance. We recommend that patrons wishing to reserve a pass for a high demand time, such as a weekend, school vacation, or summertime, call as early as possible. The library offers one pass per day to each museum. The pass may be picked up at the Main Library the day before or the day of the reservation. Passes are for 24 hours ($1.00 late fee per day and $25 replacement fee when applicable). Only one pass may be taken by a patron on a given day. Directions and other information is available at the circulation desk of the Main library.
Boston Children's museum - Admits 4 people at half price.
Buttonwood Park zoo - Free admission for 4 people.
Fuller Craft Museum- Admits 2 people free.
The Hall at Patriot Place - Admits 2 people.
Harvard Museum of Natural History - Admits 4 visitors at $6.00 each.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum - General admission for 4 visitors at $5.00 each.
John F. Kennedy library - Admits 2 at $3 per person (under 12 free).
Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation - Free parking in over 50 of the State Parks.
Mystic Aquarium - Save $5.00 off full admission for up to 4 people. Located in Mystic, CT.
Plimoth Plantation-Only valid April through November. Admits 2 adults at $12 per person and 2 children at $8 per child. Includes reduced admission to the Mayflower II, 1627 Piligrim Village, Hobbamock's Homesite, the Crafts Center, Thanksgiving memory myth and meaning, and the Nye Barn.
Providence Childrens Museum - Half price admission for up to 4 people.
Zoo New England - Two locations: Franklin Park Zoo, Boston Stone zoo, Stoneham Admits 6 people at $9 per adult and $6 per child. Regular admission: Adult $19.95; Child $12.95
about the museum pass program.
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Passes are funded by the Brockton Cultural Council, a local agency of Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency; and Brockton Public Library.