Museum Passes

We have more than just books and movies at the library! Here are some things that are available for you to check out:


The Museum Pass Program provides free or discounted, three-day use of passes to these locations:


The Children’s Museum at Saratoga is dedicated to creating an interactive community that inspires curiosity, sparks imagination and nurtures discovery.

The Museum is also committed to fostering active parent involvement in children’s learning, to serving as a resource for school districts in the area, and to ensuring that its programs and services are accessible to all children.

Museum of Innovation and Science  or miSci, all of the exhibits, programs, and events are designed with this mission in mind: to inspire people to celebrate and explore science and technology, past present, and future.


The Adirondack Experience: Breathtaking natural beauty. Surprising and inspiring stories. Rich traditions of progress and preservation. There is no other place in the world like the Adirondacks. And there’s no better place to experience it all than right here. Formerly known as the Adirondack Museum, the Adirondack Experience will take you on an unforgettable, interactive journey that brings the spirit of the region and its people to life.


The Clark Art Institute  is one of only a handful of institutions globally with a dual mission as an art museum and a distinguished center for research and higher education, dedicated to advancing and extending the public understanding of art.


The USS SLATER:     During World War II, 563 Destroyer Escorts battled Nazi U-boats on the North Atlantic protecting convoys of men and material. In the Pacific they stood in line to defend naval task forces from Japanese submarines and Kamikaze air attacks. The USS Slater Museum on the Hudson River in Albany is the only one of the ships that remains afloat in the United States. The USS SLATER has undergone an extensive restoration that has returned the ship to her former glory. The museum offers hour-long guided tours.


 Explore The Wild Center and its new Wild Walk—an elevated trail across the Adirondack treetops. Find new ways to connect with nature through outdoor experiences like iForest and guided canoe and stand up paddleboard trips, and explore a 54,000-square-foot museum with live animals and hands-on everything.


Call for more information and to reserve passes for the places of interest to you.