General Pass Information
Passes may be borrowed by NBL cardholders 18 years of age and older. Card must be current and clear and of fines over $4.00. As a matter of courtesy, we ask that no one individual or family reserve the same museum pass more than once in a 30 day period. It is best to call the museum or check its website to verify it will be open before traveling there. Pick Up passes can not be put into the Book Drop!
Print on Demand Pass: Passes may be reserved up to thirty days in advance and can be printed from home or at the Library. This pass will only be valid for the date of visit listed on the confirmation page so request the pass for the day you wish to use it. Not all museums honor passes shown on a mobile device: please print the physical pass to ensure admission and have your library card available for admission. These passes are marked closed for the days when the museums are closed.
Pick Up/Return Pass: Passes are picked up at the Reference Desk and must be checked out by the cardholder who placed the resevation. Passes may be reserved online for up to thirty days in advance . These passes must be returned two days after check-out. Online reservations are available to North Bellmore Library cardholders. There is a $20.00 per day late charge for passes not returned on time. There is an additional charge to replace a lost pass.
Click on the museum names for museum information, maps, and links to their websites. You may cancel a reservation from home. Go to "My Passes" button, enter your barcode and click "Cancel" next to the pass. If you will not be using the pass and it less than 24hours to your reservation, please contact the reference Desk at 785-6260. We depend on patrons to canel any reservation that they do not intend to use so that the pass is available or someone else.
MoMA passes allow entrance to either the W 53rd Street location in Manhattan, or the MoMA PS 1 location in Long Island City. PLEASE NOTE: The main building on 53rd Street is closed for renovations from June 15th through October 21st of this year. Patrons may only visit the Long Island City location during that time.