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Museum Passes and Discounts

Baker Free Library is pleased to offer museum passes to the following institutions in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
 
There is no fee to borrow a pass, but the borrower must have a current Baker Free Library card in good standing and be at least 18 years of age. One pass is allowed per family per day.  We are allowed to distribute only one pass per institution per day except for the Currier Museum of Art, which allows us to distribute two passes per day.  Details about each institution's passes are listed below.

 


New Hampshire

Children's Museum of NH (Dover)
Pass admits four people for 50% off the admission.  Closed for some holidays.
 
Pass admits two adults to the museum at 50% off admission fee. Children 17 years old and younger are always admitted free. Pass is not valid for member events, admission to the Zimmerman House and Kalil House, special ticked events, or for a member discount in the museum shop.
 
Explore our region's past through historic homes, landscapes, artifacts, stories, and more. Tour more than three dozen historic sites and discover the stories of the people who shaped New England. The library pass offers Free Admission for two adults and their children under 18yr. to all Historic New England sites.
 
Pass allows free admission to the exhibit halls for four people (a maximum $36 value).  Planetarium show admission for those four people can be purchased for an additional cost. The Planetarium requires reservations because seating is limited. You will be asked to place additional charges on a credit card at the time of reservation. These charges are not refundable. The Planetarium requests that you arrive one half-hour before the show to pick up reserved tickets.
 
The pass is not valid for any special events, programs, or workshops, and may not be combined with any other discount. The Center's hours for the school year are Friday through Sunday, 10:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. The Center will be open seven days per week during school vacation weeks (please visit the Center's web site for specific dates).  The Center will be open seven days per week during the summer from June 16 through the day before Labor Day. Closed major holidays (but open on Veteran's Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President's Day, and Columbus Day).
 
New Hampshire State Parks
Each pass is valid for the date listed on the pass. The pass grants admission for two adults and four children to any day-use park at no additional charge. Not valid at the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, the Flume Gorge, Hampton Beach State Park, -South Beach, Wallis Sands State Park, or metered parking. The pass may not be used for camping fees.
 
Pass admits two adults and up to four children or grandchildren for 50% off.  Additional fees to Odiorne State Park may apply.  Two passes may be given out each day. Pass allows visitors to visit 7 days a week, 10 a.m. - 5 p. m. 
 
SEE Science Center (Manchester, NH)
Pass admits two people to the museum free of charge. SEE is open to the public seven days a week. SEE is geared for visitors ages 3 through adult. At SEE, visitors discover the fun and enjoyment of science with nearly 100 hands-on exhibits.
 
Season runs May 1 to November 1. Pass is valid for four $10 trail admissions.
Massachusetts
 
Pass admits four people to the exhibit halls for $10 per person. Children under 3 years old are always admitted free. Pass is not valid for admission to the Omni, Planetarium/Laser, 3D Digital Cinema, Butterfly Garden, or special exhibits.

 

Pass entitles two people to $10 MFA general admission. Children age 6 and under are admitted free at all times. Persons age 7 to 17 are admitted for $7.50 on school days until 3 p.m. At all other times, persons 7 to 17 are admitted free.
 

By offering museum passes, Baker Free Library does not endorse the administrative decisions or exhibition content of the institutions.


Reserve a Pass Today!

To request a pass, call 224-7113 or e-mail your request.


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