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Free Museum Passes

MuseumsThe Library offers FREE guest passes or tickets to several museums (see list below) making it easier than ever to reap the benefits of living in such close proximity to some of the best museums in the world!

This offer is for adult Finkelstein cardholders only. The loan period for passes is three days.

NOTE: Some museums offer tickets: Museum Village, American Museum of Natural History, New York Botanical Garden and the New York Hall of Science. Some offer guest passes.

 Please stop by the Library or call (845)352-5700, ext. 244 to inquire about pass or ticket availability. You can arrange to pick up tickets or passes if available.


Please check the website of each museum (links below) before your visit to note current hours, special exhibits and other information. With some museums, parental discretion may be advised.

Museum of Modern Art
Often identified as the most influential museum of modern art in the world.

Bethel Woods Museum
Explores the unique experience of the Woodstock festival and the legacy of the Sixties.

Note: Museum is closed between January and April.

American Museum of Natural History Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum
New York Historical Society Museum of the City of New York
Paley Center for Media (formerly Museum of Television and Radio)
Dedicated to the discussion of the cultural and social significance of television, radio and emerging platforms for the media-interested public.Contains nearly 150,000 television and radio programs.
New York City Fire Department Museum
Experience one of the nation's most prominent collections of fire related art, artifacts, gear, and apparatus from the late 18th century to the present.
Discovery Museum and Planetarium Museum of the Hudson Highlands (Cornwall, NY)

Guggenheim Museum --
Pass includes admission to:

The Brooklyn Museum of Art
The Bruce Museum (CT)

El Museo del Barrio

Pass includes reciprocal access to selected museums in all 50 states, D.C. , Bermuda, Canada, El Salvador, and Mexico.

The New York Hall of Science Museum

A place for everyone to explore, question and learn about science.  

The New York Botanical Garden

One of the premier botanical gardens in the United States. It spans some 250 acres of the Bronx.

Museum Village (Monroe, NY)

Provides a living history of 19th century American life.

Note: Museum is closed from November to April.

Stepping Stones Children's Museum (Norwalk, CT)

A hands-on educational resource that provides meaningful interactive learning experiences for children ages 10 and under.

Children's Museum of Manhattan

Inspires children and families to learn about themselves and our culturally diverse world through a unique environment of interactive exhibitions and programs.

Mid-Hudson Children's MUSEUM

Come exlore! With exhibits that get kids moving, building, pretending, collaborating, creating and discovering, learning happens around every turn!

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Located in the Prospect Park neighborhood, the 52-acre garden includes a number of specialty gardens. The Garden holds over 10,000 taxa of plants and each year has over 900,000 visitors.

Boscobel House & Gardens

Enjoy a guided tour of a house from the early 1800s containing one of the nation's leading collections of furniture and decorative arts from the Federal period. In addition visitors can enjoy the Rose Garden, Herb Garden, Orangery and Woodland Trail, as well as a full program of special events, concerts, & family activities. 

 

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