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Museum Passes

Reserve a museum pass to save on admission

MUSEUM PASSES @ Bacon Free Library

For the fastest response, call the Bacon Free Library at 508-653-6730 during our open hours. 
Fill out a request form below but allow 2 days (usually less) for processing.  Here’s the list of our museum passes

–The Discovery Museum in Acton pass admits three people at half price admission. Additional people in your party pay the regular admission price. *This pass needs to be returned to the library after your visit.

–The coupon for the Massachusetts Horticultural Society’s Gardens at Elm Bank gives free admission for one family for one day.

–The Mass Audubon pass may be used for up to four people per visit (adults, seniors, or children age two or older; children under two are admitted free). Each will be charged a discounted rate of just $2 for admission to any Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuary. *This pass needs to be returned to the Library after your visit.

–The Massachusetts State Parks Pass entitles you to park free at over 50 facilities in the Massachusetts State Parks system. The pass is not valid at: Quabbin Reservoir, Squantum Point, North Point, Newburyport, Draw Seven Commuter Lots, or camping. Visit mass.gov/dcr for a full listing of DCR locations. The pass does not guarantee a parking space but allows you to park free. *This pass needs to be returned to the Library after your visit.

–The library coupon for the Museum of Science in Boston allows up to 4 people admission to the museum’s exhibit halls at a reduced rate of $10 per person.

The library’s museum passes are funded by the Friends of Bacon Free Library.

Request a date below, and we will email you with pass availability. For an immediate reply, call the library during open hours.  508-653-6730. Remember, you can only pick up a pass during our regular open hours.

Request Museum Passes

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