Wareham, Mass. — The Wareham Free Library has recently added museum passes to six new New England locations. They include the Boston Children’s Museum, the Heritage Museums & Gardens, the Isabella Stewart Museum, the Old Colony History Museum, the Plimoth/Patuxet Museums, and the Roger Williams Park Zoo.
The Boston Children’s Museum admits up to four adults or children at half price per person, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum permits up to four adults for $5 each (general admission only), and the Old Colony History Museum admits up to free admission for four guests.
The Plimoth/Pawtuxet Museum allows for reduced admission for up to six individuals, and the Roger Williams Park Zoo provides $3 off each paid ticket, up to four patrons. The Heritage Museums and Gardens admits up to six (adults and youth) with a 50 percent discount on tickets to the Museum’s exhibit halls.
Museum passes may be checked out to an adult SAILS library card in good standing and the library card must be presented at the time of check out. Only one pass may be checked out at one time. Museum passes may be reserved up to one month in advance. To reserve a pass, patrons can visit this website or call the circulation desk at 508-295-2343 x0.
Patrons can check out passes to five other institutions around the region. They include the Buttonwood Park Zoo, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Science, the New Bedford Whaling Museum, and the New England Aquarium,
Purchased passes are made possible through the generosity of the Friends of the Wareham Free Library.
For more information about this program, you can contact Library Director Patrick Marshall at firstname.lastname@example.org or (508) 295-2343 x1010.