Local libraries offer museum passes for residents

The libraries in the Clinton-Essex-Franklin Library System are currently offering discount passes to area museums.

These passes can be checked out just like a book and are available to library card holders of any member library in the CEFL system.

Because of a Generous Acts grant from the Adirondack Foundation, all of the libraries have at least one discovery pass to The Wild Center in Tupper Lake.

This pass provides a discounted admission price of $10 per adult for up to two adults, and free admission for up to four youths, ages 5-17. Admission for young children ages 4 and under is always free.

In addition, Fort Ticonderoga provided discount passes to all of the libraries in the system. Each pass gives passholders 10% off general admission for up to four people during the 2022 campaign season.

Passes for other museums are also available at participating libraries throughout the region.

Visit tinyurl.com/museum-pass to view current offerings. For more information, visit a local library, go to cefls.org/libraries or email abouchard@cefls.org.


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