Borrow a Museum Pass from the Farmington Library
We offer a wide variety of museum passes to our patrons thanks to funding from the Friends of the Farmington Library. Farmington residents may reserve passes in advance by clicking on the link below, or by calling or stopping by the children’s information desk at the Main Library.
Out of town patrons may borrow passes on a “first come, first served” basis, but may not make advance reservations.
Museum passes are loaned out on one day and due back the next business day by closing time. Please reserve the pass for the day you intend to pick it up from the library. To ensure that passes are available promptly for the next patrons, passes must be returned in person to the children’s desk at the Main Library. Passes may not be returned in the bookdrop, where they are easily lost. Popular passes will be restricted to one use per family every 30 days.
Each individual museum determines how many people its pass will admit and what days and times it can be used. For more information, contact staff in the children’s department, or follow the link below to “Reserve a Museum Pass.” The TixKeeper list of museums includes “pass details” which show the particulars for each pass.
LINK HERE: Reserve a Museum Pass
The Friends of the Farmington Library support the library in a variety of ways. For more information about the Friends, or to request a membership form, call the library at 673-6791.
List of Museum Passes
- Beardsley Zoo
- Children’s Museum/Roaring Brook Nature Center
- CT Historical Society
- CT State Parks & Forests Day Pass
- Florence Griswold Museum
- Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
- Hill-Stead Museum
- Imagine Nation Museum
- KidsPlay Children’s Museum
- Mark Twain House and Museum
- The Musical Club of Hartford
- Mystic Aquarium
- Mystic Seaport
- Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame
- New Britain Museum of American Art
- New England Air Museum
- Norwalk Maritime Aquarium
- Old State House
- Peabody Museum of Natural History
- Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
All Passes Available Through the Children’s Department