Partner Pass Program
Chattahoochee Nature Center Family Pass
Use your library card to check out a pass, good for four people to get free general admission to Chattahoochee Nature Center’s 127 acre site in Roswell. https://www.chattnaturecenter.org/. Please call in advanced to reserve a date & time for your visit.
Michael C. Carlos Museum Family Pass
Renowned for its collections of art from Egypt, the Near East, Greece, Rome, Africa, the Americas and Asia as well as works on paper from the Renaissance to the present, Atlanta’s Michael C. Carlos Museum is providing every public library in Georgia with a pass that is valid for up to six free admissions — a potential savings of $48 per family. Stop by with your valid library cards and check it out today!
Before visiting the Carlos Museum, please visit the Welcome Back page for pertinent information regarding reservations, hours, and safety protocols. The Carlos Museum has implemented a reservation system for visits. Reservations are required. Patrons must make a reservation at least 24 hours in advance of their proposed visit.
Center for Puppetry Arts – Passport to Puppetry
Georgia families can now pay a free visit to Big Bird, the Fraggles, Wayland Flowers’ Madame, and a host of other popular puppet characters by using a library card. The “Passport to Puppetry” is valid for up to four free museum admissions – a potential savings of up to $33 per family. Parties with children must include at least one adult. The museum provides educational fun with more than 350 puppets from around the world, highlighting the fact that every civilization on our planet has its own unique form of puppetry tradition. In addition to four free museum admissions, the pass also entitles library patrons to attend a performance at the Center and/or participate in a Create-a-Puppet Workshop at a 25% discount, when space is available.
The Center for Puppetry Arts is using a Time Ticketing system, please call 404.873.3391 or visit puppet.org for more information regarding admission and safety regulations.
Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites ParkPass
Georgians with public library cards can check out a Georgia State Park “ParkPass” and Historic Site Pass. The ParkPass exempts you from paying the daily $5 parking fee at state parks, and the Historic Sites Family Pass exempts up to 4 visitors from admission fees to state historic sites operated by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Plan your visit to one of Georgia’s 63 parks and historic sites today. You can also check out a Discovery Backpack which includes a sturdy, five-pocket backpack containing a pair of 5×30 binoculars, a guide to Georgia’s State Parks & Historic Sites and foldout Pocket Naturalist Guides to Georgia Wildlife, Georgia Birds and Georgia Trees & Wildflowers. Please visit the COVID-19 alert page before visiting any Park or Site.
Zoo Atlanta Family Pass
View the Zoo Atlanta DVD and receive a free family pass to Zoo Atlanta. After viewing you will receive a receipt; this is what you will use for Zoo admission. Present your Zoo Atlanta Family Pass receipt and your library card at the Zoo Atlanta front gate for admission. The pass is good for 28 days from the date on the receipt showing the return of the DVD. The Pass receipt is redeemable Monday – Friday only with the exclusion of the date below*. The Pass is valid for up to three (3) guests; standard general admission will apply to additional members of party. The pass is valid for general admission only and may not be used for fee-based events or programs. Not valid with any other discount, offer or promotion; may not be redeemed for cash.
*Dates the Pass Receipt is not redeemable: January 1, January 18, February 15, April 5-9, May 31, July 4, September 6, October 11, November 25, & December 25.
William Breman Museum of Jewish Heritage Family Pass and Eighteen Artifacts: Story of Jewish Atlanta Exhibit
When checked out and taken to the Breman, the Family Pass is good for four (4) free admissions to the museum. The Family Pass is for general admission only, and is not valid for special events or exhibits. The Family Pass has a circulation period of seven (7) days. The Family pass may be renewed once.
The Breman is open on Sundays ONLY, 10 AM – 4 PM. All visitors must reserve their tickets online before visiting the museum by following this link. Patrons MUST take the Pass to the Museum to fully redeem their free admissions. Patrons using the pass need to fill out all of the information on the ticket form. When prompted to choose which ticket they are purchasing, patrons need to use the Third Party Tickets option and input the number of people using the Pass (4 max). The Family Pass is listed as one of those options. They then complete the transaction by clicking SHOW TOTAL. There should be no charge shown.
Go Fish Education Center Pass
The Go Fish Education Center takes visitors on an educational journey through Georgia’s watersheds to learn about our diverse aquatic wildlife, their natural habitats and the impacts of water pollution. Beyond that, the Center serves as a great resource of fishing information for any level of angler – where to go, what to use and when. Visitors can see freshwater aquariums, explore underwater habitats, view aquatic wildlife- including live alligators and turtles, try out interactive fishing and boating simulators, and so much more. The pass allows the free admission of up to 6 visitors to the Go Fish Education Center located in Perry, Ga.
The center is open on a limited basis, please check with the Go Fish Education Center before visiting.
The Georgia Aquarium is offering a $9 anytime discount for public libraries on Georgia Aquarium tickets. Visit www.georgiaaquarium.org/libraries to book online and save today! Please note…the discount CANNOT be applied at the gate, only through the discount link. The discount extends to animal encounters and special events at about 15% off.