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MAP Passes to Museums, Attractions, and Parks

MAP Passes are available to Poughkeepsie Public Library District library card holders * who are 18 years of age or older, have a valid email address, and have no outstanding fines. *Passes to FDR Presidential Library & Museum are available to all Mid-Hudson Library System card holders.

Book up to two (2) passes on same day to combine visits to nearby venues.  These may be local places or destinations on getaway trips to the Adirondacks, Albany, Berkshires, Boston, CT coastline, Danbury or Hartford, NYC, Springfield, and Vermont.

Always confirm hours and visiting information on destination’s website.

Failure to cancel a pass you do not use may result in suspension of pass privileges.

Pass Types: Printable passes, called Print on Demand. Physical passes, called Pick up/Return.

Print on Demand passes: Reserve for day of visit and marked “Closed” when Destination is closed. Always check their hours. Print pass when reserving at home or contact the Library to print it for you after reserving pass. Take the printed pass to entrance on specific date printed on the pass.

Pick Up/Return passes: Reserve for day of pick up and marked “Closed” when Library is closed. On holidays a venue may be open, but Library closed, so reserve a day early. Check out pass (inside pouch) for three (3) days including pick-up date, day to use pass, and day to return.

  • Library card barcode must match reservation at check-out.
  • Return to library branch where checked out, and you may use Book Drop to return.
  • A $5.00 per day fine if returned after due date (okay to use drop box after closing time).
  • If not returned within one week, pass is considered lost, and a replacement cost fined.

When Reserving: Reserve up to 60 days in advance. Under the date, find destination and request. You’ll need library card’s barcode. Follow the prompts. You’ll receive confirmation email and a reminder email 2 days before a reservation. You may add a Text reminder. For Print on Demand passes, select “Print Pass” to print from home and bring to destination on date printed on pass.

Cancelling a Pass Reservation: Use “My Passes” button by logging in with library card barcode, and clicking on pass to cancel, or call the Library. If reservation is in 24 hours or less, “My Passes” directs you to call the Library to cancel for you. Failure to cancel a pass, so that others may use it, may result in a suspension of reservation privileges.

Questions? Call the Reference Desk at (845) 485-3445 x 3702.

Tuesday April 16, 2024

Admits: Half Price Admission with Two Options: Select either 50% discount off for 2 adults and all children 17 and under; OR  50% off for up to 4 adults. Age 4 and under are always free. The discounted 50% ticket prices are: ages: 0-4 free, age 5-17 $7; students w/ID $7, age 18-64 $11; 65+ $10. Please show both your PPLD Library Card and the Printed ADKX Pass OR may be Digital Displayed on Cell Phone from Reservation Text or Confirmation Email by clicking on View Pass Info. Picnics allowed. Lakeview Cafe hours:10 AM - 4 PM. ADKX Store and Visitor Center 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM.  Open daily Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day. 10 AM - 5 PM. Wheelchairs, wheeled walkers & strollers are available first come, first serve. Service animals are welcome. Dogs or emotional support animals are not permitted. Free WiFi on-site.  As Internet in Adirondacks may be spotty, consider reserving and or printing your Library Pass out in advance. 

Highlights: Enjoy 120 spectacular acres, 20 buildings, exhibitions with immersive experiences. Hike ¾ mile Minnow Trail to the ADKX Boathouse to rent a vintage boat or canoe (check website for availability and rental rates.) Free Wi-Fi. Explore virtual exhibitions and programs all year. 

Visit Two Adirondack Destinations: The Wild Center & Adirondack Experience library passes may be reserved for the same day or weekend or week. 32 miles apart. 

Print Pass when Reservation is Made.  To re-print pass: Print from emailed reservation confirmation link "View Pass Info." OR Login to "My Passes" and click on "Pass Info Center" & click "View Pass Info" to print (right click mouse, select print). 

   

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (under age 18).  Museum is wheelchair accessible, and strollers and wheelchairs are available at the Admissions Desk. See website for current exhibtions, parking, and visiting information. 

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: The pass-holder and four adults, for a total of five guests (plus children 12 and under free) with Library Pass with an encouraged free Ticket Reservation made in advance on their website under "Visit."  Click on either "Purchase Tickets" or "Timed-entry tickets or reservations encouraged."  Select Date, Ticket Type "Member/**Free/Child" for free admission, and enter Quantity. Enter your contact information, and click on the "Continue to Payment" button at No Charge, and then click on "Complete Order." They will accept the printed library pass or digital display of pass on your mobile phone, using "View Pass Info" link in your emailed confirmation or text reminder.  Masks are optional. 15% discount museum store w/ pass. Free parking, elevator, strollers permitted, no cafe, and coat check is closed. RestrictionsIf event taking place that is included in price of admission, library pass users may attend free of change. The Library Pass is not eligible for special events that requires non-members to pay a fee or for member-only events. Hours: Sat.10 am -5 pm; Sun, Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri. 12-5. pm.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Pick Up your Vouchers in Advance of when go to the Museum. Note that dates marked None Available are when the Library is Closed and you cannot pick up Vouchers, but you can go to the Museum on those dates, as AMNH is only closed  2 days a year: Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.  

Admits: A MAP Pass reservation includes 1-3 ticket-voucher(s) that you pick up at the Adriance Reference Desk (on the Main floor). Children 2 years and under are admitted free. Each ticket-voucher may be redeemed at any museum entrance for one admission and your choice of one ticketed exhibition, IMAX film, or Planetarium show AND. Everyone must make an Advance Online  REQUIRED Reservation for Time of Entry on the Museum’s website. Note that Entry Times do sell out.   At the Entrance when you arrive, you select your choice of the free ticketed special exhibition with the option to pay for additional special exhibitions a the Member Rate as long as you have your Library Pass Receipt, anytime on the date of your visit. See Plan Your Visit: visiting information, three entrances, list of exhibitions (ticketed ones or the permanent ones included w/ admission), museum map, dining, & policies (bag size limit or no entry; no coat check).

  • To make your REQUIRED Timed Entry Reservation in advance on museum’s website, go to the Reserve Tickets webpage, and select “Passholders” to complete your reservation.
  • At any museum entrance (on your timed-entry reservation date), present a valid ID, the library ticket/voucher, and then you will be asked to select your choice of one ticketed exhibition, film, or show.The museum will keep the ticket/voucher. You do not need to return it to the library.
  • At the museum’s ticket desk, you may add additional ticketed exhibitions, shows, or films at the Member Price ($10 each) with a Library Pass ticket/voucher or receipt.
  • If you have a larger family or group, the Museum offers a “Pay What You Wish” and “Resident Pricing” found under the “NY, NJ, CT Residents” option (with valid ID at entrance). Please note “Pay as You Wish” is for General Admission only, and no added-on ticketed exhibitions, IMAX films, or Planetarium shows. Also, Resident Pricing tickets are $25 for no add-ons, $30 total for one add-on, or $35 total for all or multiple add-ons. 

Hours: Open daily, 10 am–5:30 pm. Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. It is highly recommended to view the temporary hall closures before booking your reservations.

Visit Museum Website for Plan Your Visit Information: Masks strongly encouraged, no coat check, limits on bag size for entry, on-site dining, no food in galleries, and other policies, as well as accessibility information, Explorer App to download for free, and multiple languages for museum maps and visiting informaiton webpages, and location of three entrances.

Note on Closed/Available Dates: Pick Up - No Return at Library passes are ticket vouchers are marked Available for Dates Library is Open (and available for Pick-Up), and Closed or None for Dates the Library is Closed.  The Museum is closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day, but the Adriance Library is closed additional dates as None Available for Pick Up.  Always check if website for temporary hall closures. 

Ticket Vouchers REQUIRE Timed-Entry-Reservation YOU MAKE on the Museum website in advance, as time slots fill up. 

Adriance Library hours are noted below. Please complete Pick Up of Voucher Tickets  at the Main Floor Reference Desk at least 15 Minutes before Closingr:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Jan. - June AND Sept. - Dec. 

Sundays in June and July the Library is Closed. 

You do not need to Print this Pass as THIS PASS DOES NOT SERVE AS YOUR ADMISSION TO AMNH.  You must pick up 1-3 ticket/vouchers at Adriance Reference Desk to use for General Admission + one add-on and make a REQUIRED Timed-Entry-Reservation on museum website, and bring NY state ID.  An emailed  confirmation of this reservation will be sent to you, or sign up for a Text Reminder with Pass Info Link included with this pass info.  To Cancel your Reservation: Login to "My Passes" button on TixKeeper MAP Pass webpage.  

   

Admits:  The revised Library Pass is a comination of Two (2) people for Free Admission AND the rest of your group will have Discounted Admission when you present the Library Pass at the Box Office, and discounted admission is reduced to $17 for Adult (16-64), $15 for Seniors, and $12 for Youth (5-15), and Children 4 and under are free.  (This is a savings of 12 to 8 dollars per ticket.). They accept both the Printed Pass or a Digital Display on your mobile phone from your emailed confirmation to text reminder. Library Pass users do not need a timed-entry reservation.  Check their calendar  to plan around any closing of exhibits, Center Court, or early closing due to special events. Open 10 AM – 4 PM daily, except some seasonal Winter Mondays and 3 holidays. Questions, call 1-877-446-6752. .

Restrictions: Backpacks and large bags are not allowed in museum unless needed for a medical reason. Food or beverages, with excpetion of water, may only be consumed on the public concourse or any of the on-site restaurants, but are not allowed in the museum’s exhibits. Pass not valid for special events. 

To Shoot Hoops on Center Court (if available): BHOF strongly recommends wearing sneakers while shooting baskets in Center Court. Sandals and slides will not be allowed in the slam dunk area. Games are not allowed. Half court shots are not allowed.

BHOF accepts Both a Printed Pass OR Digital Pass displayed on a mobile phone.  Print pass when reservation is made with Print Button, or save as PDF. To display pass digitally on phone or re-print pass: Use emailed reservation or text reminder. Click on "Pass Info Center" and/or  "View Pass Info" to display.  

   

April 29  - Oct. 31.  with exeption of Harvest Festival, Columbus Day weekend, tickets only.  Unitl Nov. 19, the indoor Art Galleries are open.  

Admits: Four (4) Adults for free, with children ages 12 and under free, from April 29 – Oct 31 for the date of your Library MAP Pass reservation. Tuesdays are Pay as You Wish. Present the Library Pass at the Garden Shop when you arrive and stay as long as you want. Admission includes gardens, art in the galleries and grounds, self guided audio tour, a free group tour at 11:00 AM each day June 1st - Sept. 1st (except July 4) and departs Visitor Center. Garden is generally wheelchair friendly, see website for more info. Reserve a wheelchair by calling (413) 320 – 4794. Leonhardt Galleries Hours, see webiste as varies with season and events, workshops, and programs are all year long, see website for information.

Restrictions: No smoking on grounds. Garden shop has snacks, beverages, and gifts. Picnics are permitted with carry in-carry out policy. Harvest Festival is Sat. & Sun (of Columbus Day weekend) and requires ticket purchase and no library passes accepted.  Special events, programs and workshops held all year may require tickets, some are free. Dogs not permitted except for registered service animals. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Admits: 50% off general admission for 2 adults, 2 children (age 4-17), and free for children 3 and under, when you present the Library Pass. They accept walk-ins and recommend an Advanced Reservation made by calling (413) 443-7171, ext. 360 to arrange a “Library Pass Reservation” for date and time OR use their website's online Reservation Tickets to select date, time, and enter number of Library Pass Adults and Library Pass Children.  Covid19 Policy requires facial masks for everyone 2 and over, and social distancing. Museum is fully wheelchair accessible. Open seven days a week, M-Sat 10am - 5pm, and Sun Noon-5pm. See below that accept both the Library Pass printed OR digital display on a mobile phone using View Pass Info link in your emailed reservation confirmation or text reminder.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: One adult plus 3 guests of any age (under age 4 is free), with a Timed-Entry Reservation (instructions below) for the Guided House Tour (45 minutes), and includes gardens, grounds and exhibitions.  Also,IF tours still available, will accept walk-in sign up for Mansion Tours at Welcome Center, or walk-in sign up for Grounds Pass Only.   Reserve your tour time in advance on Boscobel's website using the library member code for free admissioin, and rreserve before 5 pm the day before your visiting day:  1. Reserve PPLD Library MAP Pass for date of visit (Friiday - Monday). 2. Go to the Boscobel website, under to Visit or Event, and select Mansion Tour (or Grounds Only) for the same Date as Library Pass and select Tour Time. 3.Online Form, with several parts. On first form page enter the number of ticket types (pass includes 4) and under Library Pass Users, enter our library name Poughkeepsie Public Library District.  4. On second form page, the cost will be removed AFTER you enter our Promo Code in the Box and Apply it, and wait fo response. Our Code is MEMLIB21. Pass allows 4 guests (any age with under 4 free). 5. Complete the other parts of the Form, and when go to Check Out, will take you to Pop Up Payment Box.  They will send you an eTicket you can display on your mobile phone at the Welcome Center. Hours: 9 am to sunset for grounds, Fri - Mon. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print. 

   

Admits: 2 Adults and 2 Children. Children under 5 are free. For a guided tour, reserve the MAP pass for date you will go, make a PRIOR Tour Reservation, on the Bronck Museum website at Schedule a Tour for the same date, and check-out the reserved Bronck MAP Pass )Pick Up/Return) from the Adriance Reference Desk. Present the library pass at the Visitor Center. Tour groups are limited to 10 people.  The 1 hour guided tours are Wed.- Fri. (12 PM, 1:30 PM, and 3 PM); Sat (10:30 AM, 12 PM, 1:30 PM, 3 PM) and most Sundays (1 PM and 2:30 PM). A picnic area and restrooms are available. Masks and social distancing is required. At the Reservation calendar, fill in the “Quantity” for your group, click on the same date of reserved MAP Pass to select a tour time for your group size, and complete the reservation. To reserve a tour time, go to Schedule a Tour.  See their special events, sign up for their email with event and lecture notification.

Restrictions: Library Pass is not valid for special ticketed events which require a ticket purchase.  See website for special events planned. 

Open: Wednesday - Sundays starting Memorial Day weekend and usually ending mid-October, Columbus Day. Also open for special events all year. 

Closed: Mondays, Tuesdays, Memorial Day, July 4th, Columbus Day, Labor Day, and usually after Columbus Day to Memorial Day weekend seasonal re-opening.   

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date). Pick Up Passes are marked Available for Dates Library is Open, and Closed for Dates the Library is Closed.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Admits: Two (2) free Admissions, plus children 12 and under are always free with a recommended Timed-Entry Tour Reservation Booking on their website for the date of the library pass, then selecting either one or both the Studio Tour, and Residence Tour, or a Grounds Pass, and selecting the Time and entering Promo Code in caps: POUGHPASS at checkout for each of two free passes that pop up below at no charge (free may be applied to adult, youth, senior or military tickets). Enter children (under 13 free) or additional ticket purchases.  Arrive 30 minutes early to park, check-in, use restrooms, and walk to the tour location.  Show your PPLD library card, your library pass reservation (either printed or displayed on a mobile device from your emailed MAP pass confirmation or text reminder under View Pass Info), and your online timed-entry reservation at Admissions. Walk-in requests for tours depend on availability. Masks are optional. The Residence Tour re-opened 2024 now that rennovations are complete. 

Grounds Only Pass:   Enjoy the stunning Berkshire mountain views, formal gardens, Woodland Walk, climb the Ledges Trail, and picnic on tables in the former apple orchard. The outdoor contemporary sculpture exhibition opens May 27th. The Grounds Only ticket does not allow entry into the Studio or Residence or permanent collections at the Barn Gallery. 

Availability and Restrictions:  Admissions sells bottled water, but no food. You may bring a picnic. The Library Pass covers standard admission and access to the Barn Gallery, Studio Tour, and Residence Tour, with separate Tour Times and all three available with Library Pass on same day.  Advance reservations hold your tour spot, but will accept walk-ins.  Do not park on lawn or driveway.

Hours: Open Wednesdays – Mondays, May 25 - Oct. 21, 2024. Hours Vary. Wed Hours 10 am - 4 pm; and Thurs - Mon. Hours are 10 am - 5 pm. Closed Tuesdays. . 

Physical Address: 4 Williamsville Rd, Stockbridge, MA (70 miles from Poughkeepsie.)  It is just off Route 183 in Glendale section of Stockbridge, MA.

GPS Address: Follow these directions as Chesterwood advises that Google maps and some GPS systems’ directions are incorrect and will lead you to single-lane dirt roads.

This Pass Printed when Reservation is Made OR Confirmation Email or Text Reminder Accepted on Your Cell Phone when You Display Pass under View Pass Info. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or find your emailed PPLD confirmation for Library Pass. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: Free general admission for 6 people to museum and railyard OR $1 off per person on special event days (see Events on website). Children under 3 are free. Train rides are available; see their website under both Regular Train Rides and Events for scheduled times, hours and cost varies. Water fountains are closed. Museum and railyard are wheelchair accessible, but the trains are not, due to their age. Since Covid, model train layouts have foot pedal controls. 

Train Rides: Train rides are an additional charge - see website for the schedule and costs under both Regular Train Rides and Events for fund-raising special event weekends (Oct, Nov, Dec). 

  • Regular Train RIdes: 11 am, Noon, 1 PM, 2 PM on weekends April - Sept, and Nov. for $3 Coach or Caboose, or $10 Locomotive car limited to 3 people. No 3 PM train ride on days closing at 4:00 PM. 
  • Special Events with Train Rides: During Event fund-raising months (Oct, Nov, Dec). train rides included with ticketed admission (varies $16-22 for example), and Library Pass gives $1 off per each person's entry.

Hours: Saturday and Sunday, 10 AM - 4 PM, and Monday Labor Day (with Train Rides) and Veterans Day (Nov. 11). If regular trains are operating, the last ride is 2:00 PM, when closing 4 PM.  On Special Event weekend hours and train rides and access is extended into evening. 

Restrictions: Not valid for free admission on days there are special events at a special price. On special event days, the pass holder will receive $1 off Event Admission for each member in their party.  

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print. 

   

Admits: Valid for the pass holder and their occupants in one vehicle. The Empire Pass is valid at most New York State Parks.  For questions on fees, you may contact the park directly. PPLD has six Empire Passes available. If a pass is unavailable, park entrance fees are 6 and $10 per vehicle. See the NYS Park website  for locations, activities, visiting information, park capacity limits, availability, policies, parking, restrooms, safety, and the current COVID-19 update.

NY State Parks: The NYS parks include access statewide to parks, lakes, beaches, pools, trails, historic sites, golf courses in state parks, camping, cottages, cabins, guides to enjoy particular activities, camping guides, boating safety, and more. So, explore the NYS Park website to find out more.

Virtual Tours of NY State Parks: Discover your next park adventure by exploring this 360 degree Virtual Tours of NY State Parks arranged by NYS regions, including the Hudson Valley. 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM January - June AND Sept - Dec.; 

Sundays Closed in July & August 

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

      Multiple Destinations

Admits: Valid for the pass holder and their occupants in one vehicle. The Empire Pass is valid at most New York State Parks.  For questions on fees, you may contact the park directly. PPLD has six Empire Passes available. If a pass is unavailable, park entrance fees are 6 and $10 per vehicle. See the NYS Park website  for locations, activities, visiting information, park capacity limits, availability, policies, parking, restrooms, safety, and the current COVID-19 update.

NY State Parks: The NYS parks include access statewide to parks, lakes, beaches, pools, trails, historic sites, golf courses in state parks, camping, cottages, cabins, guides to enjoy particular activities, camping guides, boating safety, and more. So, explore the NYS Park website to find out more.

Virtual Tours of NY State Parks: Discover your next park adventure by exploring this 360 degree Virtual Tours of NY State Parks arranged by NYS regions, including the Hudson Valley. 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

      Multiple Destinations

Admits: Valid for the pass holder and their occupants in one vehicle. The Empire Pass is valid at most New York State Parks.  For questions on fees, you may contact the park directly. PPLD has six Empire Passes available. If a pass is unavailable, park entrance fees are 6 and $10 per vehicle. See the NYS Park website  for locations, activities, visiting information, park capacity limits, availability, policies, parking, restrooms, safety, and the current COVID-19 update.

NY State Parks: The NYS parks include access statewide to parks, lakes, beaches, pools, trails, historic sites, golf courses in state parks, camping, cottages, cabins, guides to enjoy particular activities, camping guides, boating safety, and more. So, explore the NYS Park website to find out more.

Virtual Tours of NY State Parks: Discover your next park adventure by exploring this 360 degree Virtual Tours of NY State Parks arranged by NYS regions, including the Hudson Valley. 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Sadie Peterson Delaney African Roots Library hours to check-out the Empire Pass is below.  The pass (in the pouch) may be returned to SPD during opening hours OR the SPD book drop on the second floor when the building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM & Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.

SPD hours for checking out a pass are:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Tuesday & Thursday: 1 PM - 5 PM

Saturday: Closed UNLESS Events Are Scheduled

Sunday: Closed

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop of the Library where the pass was checked out.  For SPD the book drop is inside the FPC building on the 2nd floor, same as the Library, and accessible when the FPC building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM and Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

      Multiple Destinations

Admits: 2 adults and 4 children (ages 1–18), and children under 1 year are free. Present the PPLD Library Pass at check-in.  Follow Visitor Guidelines on their website for any requirements or updates regarding masks optional. In addition to seven exhibitions each year, they offer Art Studio Everyday Projects and provide materials, and several short film screenings daily of animated new and classic picture books or family documentaries about picture book illustrators.  They also have daily storytimes, a 6,000+ picture book reading library, and offer performances and events. They do not have a restaurant, but they have a cafe with Berkshire Naturals vending machines stocked with healthy snacks, water fountain, and they allow you to bring in food at their cafe or picnic areas. There is a nearby market for picnic supplies, Atkins Farms Country Market.  

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or open your reservation confirmation email.  Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (age 2 -17), children under 2 are free. At the entrance, show the FASNY Pick Up/Return Pass you check out from Adriance Library, Main Floor Reference Desk. Additional tickets $12 adults, and $8 children. Museum Policies include no large bags 14 inches, no food, no beverages. Museum is handicapped accessible.  Interactive equipment for all ages is now available. Guided tours are pre-arranged for groups of 10 or more, in advance, for a fee. Explore the world's larrgest and most comprehensive museum dedicated to the history, culture and science of firefighting. See their website for more information and the many special events for families on the weekends. 

Description: The Museum’s collection of over 20,000 artifacts, including 60 vintage fire engines, tells the story of firefighting and firefighters, spanning more than 300 years of history and firefighting heroes.  Explore collections online here, and selected exhibitions here.

Hours: Wednesday – Sundays, 10 AM – 4:30 PM, with Gift Shop open until 5:00 PM. 

Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays, and these holidays: Thanksgiving, New Year’s Day, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, and Independence Day.

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and may be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

NOTE: Pick Up Passes are marked "available" for Pick Up when the Library is Open - and NOT when Museum is open - so Check Museum Hours on Website as hours may change.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30  PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM  Jan. - June AND Sept. - Dec. 

Sundays in June and July, the Library is Closed. 

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Eligible for All Mid-Hudson Library System Library Card Holders

Admits: A family, defined as up to 5  people, to enter for the Roosevelt Presidential Museum and Library ONLY if you print the pass using the button  Print FDR Pass  at top of pass reservation to print the FDR's Public Library Guest Pass when either making the pass reservation OR from your emailed pass confirmation by clicking on “VIEW PASS INFO." Complete filling out pass for same date as the pass reservation. Surrender the pass at the ticket counter of the Wallace Visitor Center, and the pass bearer must show an ID.  Masks are required indoors.  

Printing Assistance: Please call or come to Adriance Memorial Library’s Reference Desk (Floor M) to request the FDR Pass to be printed after making your reservation for your date of visit. Reference Desk: (845) 485-3445 x 3702. 

Open: Seven days a week, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.  During winter weather, check the FDR website for delays. 

SPECIAL PRINTING INSTRUCTIONS: ONLY USE the  Print FDR Pass  button at the TOP of the page, below the FDR Logo.  This is the only pass FDR will accept for entry. To print the FDR Pass from your emailed pass confirmation, click on link VIEW PASS INFO, and click on:   Print FDR Pass 

Do NOT USE the  Print Pass  button that only appears during reservation process (at BOTTOM of the page) as FDR will NOT ACCEPT Print on Demand passes. 

   

Admits: 2 adults, 2 children (age 18 and under), and children under 12 are free with Library Pass at check in. Explore the museum campus, including Krieble Gallery, Griswold House, Chadwick Studio, Hartman Education Center, Rafal Landscape Center, and extensive gardens and grounds on the river. Last entry is one hour before closing.  Café Flo, May - October, 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, with reservations recommended at (860) 434-5542 x 126. Museum shop is open all year. 

Fall Wee Faerie Village October Event: Held annually during October, all visitors age 12 and over, including those with a Library Pass, pay a $5 fee, or surcharge, for the fund-raising exhibit, whether viewing the faerie houses or not. Children 12 and under admitted free, due to grant.

Hours: Open Tuesdays – Sunday, 10 AM - 5 PM, April - December, and 10 AM - 4 PM, January - March. Last entry is one hour before closing. Cafe Flo hours 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM, May - October. 

Two Options: Print pass when reservation is made OR Display Digital Pass on Cell Phone from emailed or texted Reservation Reminder under "VIEW PASS INFO" link. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

 

   

Admits: This pass may be used to gain admission at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum no more than seven days after the date of reservation (listed below).  If you need to reschedule your visit, please do so with the library. Passes presented more than seven days after your reservation date will not be accepted for entry.

This pass provides free admission for up to four adults or students, plus $5 admission for two additional guests.  Children under 12 years of age are always free. After security check, present the Library Pass at the entry desk for Express Admission.  NOTE: Library Pass Users do NOT need to make advance timed entry reservations, as they use Express Admission. 

Please visit the museum's website for hours, holiday hours, and emergency closings. 

See museum website for current Visitor Guidelines: Masks strongly encouraged, no coat check, limits on bag size for entry, no baby backpacks. Water bottles allowed but no outside food. FAQ includes amenities and policies. Resources for Visit: Brochure, map, digital guide, exhibitions -- download or access with free WiFi on-site. Accessibility Guide.

You must print this pass. It serves as your admission to the museum. Please print when the reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" on TixKeeper or go to your confirmation reservation email, View Pass Info link.  

   

Special Event for Holidays: Radiant Nights 2023: Dec. 15 – 17, 22, 23, 26-31. 5:00 – 8:00 PM at  Discounted Member Rates Tickets with Library Pass. Adult is $20, Youth is $10. Children 12 and under are Free.  Day visits are closed for the Season now.  See websites for photos of the buildings for this event -- to see the lighting.  Event description:

Join us for Radiant Nights at Hancock Shaker Village and enjoy a unique multisensory holiday experience where the Village will once again sparkle with more lights, farm animals, music, festive spirits, and holiday fun for the entire family.  Arrive anytime between 5pm and 7:30 to ensure you have enough time to enjoy the full experience of your evening in the Village.  In addition to drinks and snacks in the Discovery Barn, our Café will also be open providing lite fare and beverages. 

Pre-purchasing tickets is not required but encouraged.   Tickets can be exchanged for a different night but not refunded.   We reserve the right to cancel the event due to inclement weather and will do our best to communicate any such changes in the schedule.  In the case of a cancellation from Hancock Shaker Village, we will offer tickets to be exchanged for different night or a refund.

THE BELOW SEASONAL PASS IS NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL THEY RE-OPEN IN APRIL 2024

Admits: Two (2) adults and two (2) youths (13-17 years) for free, and children 12 and under are admitted free.  Special events may have tickets, see website.  Twenty historic buildings on 750 bucolic acres, including the iconic Round Stone Barn, Visitor Center, 22,000 objects, working farm, BB's Hot Spot is the new cafe 2023, Shaker Mercantile store on-site & online, and hiking trails.

Restrictions: As this is a working farm, no pets are allowed on the grounds. Service dogs welcomed. No tripods in historic buildings. Commercial photography requires advance permission. 

Accessibility: Wheelchair use is free and reserved by calling 413-443-0188 x 100. The Visitor Center, restrooms, galleries, store, cafe, and all meeting spaces are wheelchair accessible. Compact-dirt pathways and boardwalks throughout the Village provide access to the gardens and grounds, as well as the mile-long Farm & Forest Trail, which has interpretive signage. Some historic buildings are wheelchair accessible via ramp, including the Round Stone Barn and the Trustees’ Office & Store. Keep in mind, however, that most buildings in the historic Village are NOT wheelchair accessible.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults, 4 children (age 6 - 16) for free, and all children under age 5 are free using a Two Passes Laminated Together you check-out from Reference Desk. Present the pass at the Welcome Center for admission stickers. Guided tours are additional cost,Thurs. - Mon. 11 am, $10 each with 48 hr advance registration by calling 902-367-7968. The 412 acres includes: Robert and Mary’s House & Gardens (self-guided tour), 1903 Pullman Palace Car Sunbeam, Hildene Farm Goat Dairy & Cheese Making Facility, Dene Family Farm, 1832 Hollow Schoolhouse, greenhouse, Animal Barn with a variety of farm animals. 12 miles of trails, the Battern wetlands, and a 600 foot floating boardwalk. 

Closed:  Easter, Thanksgiving Day, and December 24, 25, 26 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Admits: 2 adults and their children to both locations near each other; The Outdoor Discovery Center (includes Grasshopper Grove Nature Play Area open Sat. & Sun. 10 am - 4 pm) and The Wildlife Education Center (includes Nature Museum open Sat. & Sun. 12 pm - 4 pm). The Nature Museum includes live animals and birds.. Hiking Trails are open daily, dawn to dusk – and are free, and a Trail Map is on their website. No pets on preserve.  Carry in, carry out.  Visit their website for more information. Special events offerred all year, with pre-registration and a small fee, for children, families, and adults. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass:  Login to “My Passes” with Library Card’s barcode. Click on “Pass Info Center” and click on “View Pass Info” to display pass (right click mouse; select print).

   

This Pick-Up Return Pass is checked out at Adriance Reference Desk, M Floor, and marked None Available when Library is Closed (so reserve a day in advance), and marked Closed when the Museum is Closed.  

Admits: Two adults and up to six children in the same household for free to the Museum galleries, with a choice of either attending a Planetarium Show OR a Glenview Home Tour, selected on-site at entrance when you arrive. Present the HRM Pick-Up Pass at the museum entrance.  Pass includes a 15% discount in the Museum Shop.  Wheelchairs are free, baby strollers allowed, with a large free parking lot on-site. 

Restrictions: The advance online ticketing for Planetarium Shows and Glenview Tours requires a fee, and does not include using a Library Pass to reserve tickets in advance for free.  You may select either one for free when arriving with the Library Pass depending on availability. Ticket cost varies for Adults, Seniors, and Youth.  No backpacks, food or beverages in galleries, and they have lockers available.   

Train to Museum:  Take the Metro-North Railroad's Hudson Line local train to Glenwood Station. Walk 1 block east on Glenwood Avenue, and then turn left onto Ravine Avenue. At the end of Ravine Avenue, enter Trevor Park. Follow the path to the main entrance of the Museum.

Hours: Wednesday – Friday, 12:00 – 5:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 11;00 AM  - 5:00 PM. First Fridays are Free, 5:00 - 8:00 PM monthly. Summer hours on Friday and Saturdays to 7:00 PM, so check the website.

Closed: Monday – Tuesday, and Thanksgiving, Christmas Day,  New Year's Day, and Juneteenth. 

Phone: 914-963-4550

Address: 511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701  (65.1 miles from Poughkeepsie) 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date). Pick Up Passes are Marked "Closed" when the Library is "Closed" -- and not when the Museum is closed, so check Museum website.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Jan. - June AND Sept. - Dec.

Sundays Closed in July and August

Pick Up/Return pass: Reserve for day of pick up and marked “Closed” when Library is closed. On holidays venue may be open, but Library closed - such as Labor Day weekend, so reserve a day early. Check out pass (inside pouch) for three (3) days including pick-up date, day to use pass, and day to return. Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

• Library card barcode must match reservation at check-out.
• Return to library branch where checked out, and you may use Book Drop to return.
• A $5.00 per day fine if returned after due date (okay to use drop box after closing time).
• If not returned within one week, pass is considered lost, and a replacement cost fined

   

This Pick-Up Return Pass is checked out at Boardman's Circulation Desk, and marked None Available when Library is Closed (so reserve a day in advance), and marked Closed when the Museum is Closed.  

Admits: Two adults and up to six children in the same household for free to the Museum galleries, with a choice of either attending a Planetarium Show OR a Glenview Home Tour, selected on-site at entrance when you arrive. Present the HRM Pick-Up Pass at the museum entrance.  Pass includes a 15% discount in the Museum Shop.  Wheelchairs are free, baby strollers allowed, with a large free parking lot on-site. 

Restrictions: The advance online ticketing for Planetarium Shows and Glenview Tours requires a fee, and does not include using a Library Pass to reserve tickets in advance for free.  You may select either one for free when arriving with the Library Pass depending on availability. Ticket cost varies for Adults, Seniors, and Youth.  No backpacks, food or beverages in galleries, and they have lockers available.   

Train to Museum:  Take the Metro-North Railroad's Hudson Line local train to Glenwood Station. Walk 1 block east on Glenwood Avenue, and then turn left onto Ravine Avenue. At the end of Ravine Avenue, enter Trevor Park. Follow the path to the main entrance of the Museum.

Hours: Wednesday – Friday, 12:00 – 5:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 11;00 AM  - 5:00 PM. First Fridays are Free, 5:00 - 8:00 PM monthly. Summer hours on Friday and Saturdays to 7:00 PM, so check the website.

Closed: Monday – Tuesday, and Thanksgiving, Christmas Day,  New Year's Day, and Juneteenth. 

Phone: 914-963-4550

Address: 511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701  (65.1 miles from Poughkeepsie) 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date). Pick Up Passes are Marked "Closed" when the Library is "Closed" -- and not when the Museum is closed, so check Museum website.

Note Boardman Road Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: Closed

Pick Up/Return pass: Reserve for day of pick up and marked “Closed” when Library is closed. On holidays venue may be open, but Library closed - such as Labor Day weekend, so reserve a day early. Check out pass (inside pouch) for three (3) days including pick-up date, day to use pass, and day to return. Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

• Library card barcode must match reservation at check-out.
• Return to library branch where checked out, and you may use Book Drop to return.
• A $5.00 per day fine if returned after due date (okay to use drop box after closing time).
• If not returned within one week, pass is considered lost, and a replacement cost fined

   

In October 2023, Intrepid Museum became the new museum name and new website on visiting. 

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (free) plus half-price ticket cost for added adults ($18) or added children ($13) with BOTH your PPLD Library Card and Printed Library Pass presented at the Welcome Center's Box Office, using the Member Express Line at Pier 86 entrance (for expedited ticketing) on the date of your reserved Intrepid Library Pass.  The Visitor Services team will print your general admission tickets.  Any added "Experiences" that have an additional cost, not part of your general admission, may be purchased at the Welcome Center's Box Office when you arrive.  Hours vary seasonally. Check their website’s Visit webpage,.

See Visitor Tips & Guidelines for how to get the most out of your visiting, and includes dining options on-site, and more. 

Ticket Information for Added Experiences:  Add-on tickets for Experiences such as 3 Flight Simulators, 3D/4D Films, Virtual Reality (VR) and Highlights Tour are described on their website.  If interested in purchasing tickets to these Experiences, do so at the Welcome Center's Box Office when you arrive. Note: the Experience and the Exhibition for the Concorde will re-open in Spring 2024 after maintence update. 

Restrictions: Library Passes are not applicable to Member events, programs, or simulator rides. Guests under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult to enter the Museum.

IMPORTANT: Your PPLD Library Card and Printed Intrepid Library Pass must BOTH be presented at the Express Member's Only Line, at the Box Office in the Welcome Center to enter on the date of the PPLD Intrepid Library Pass.

Print the pass, print when reservation is rmade - as it is easier.  To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" (red button in TixKeeper) with Library card's barcode or use your emailed confirmation reservation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Guided Mansion Tours with Pass: May 1- Oct. 31 (Fri. - Mon.); Gardens & Grounds (no Pass needed) April – Dec 10 am - 5 pm.; Visitor's Center & Museum Shop (no Pass needed) Jan. - Dec. 10 am - 5 pm. 

Admits: Two adults and up to four children, 18 years and under, to Guided Mansion Tours. Display your printed PPLD Locust Grove Pass at the Museum Gift Shop in the Visitor Center. If your family is larger than what the pass admits, admission is $20 per person. The Pass is not good for special events, or fundraising events, including Holiday Mansion events, which require the purchase of tickets. 

Locust Grove Mansion Tours: Tours are offered first come, first served, May 1 – Oct. 31, Fri., Sat., Sun. and Mon.  Tour size is usually 8 people.Tour times are 10:15 am, 11:30 am, 12:45 pm, 2:00 pm, 3:15 pm.  Holiday Mansion Tours are special fund-raising events and have a ticket price, and no Library Pass is available.

Visitor Center, Museum Shop, Galleries, Gardens, and Grounds: These areas do not require a fee or Library Pass, but you must check in and out at the Visitor Center. The Visitor Center and Museum Shop is open Jan. - Dec., 10 AM - 5 PM.  The Gardens, Grounds and Galleries are open April – Dec., 10 AM – 5 PM, daily for free.  Donations are encouraged and greatly appreciated to assist in maintaining the Gardens & Grounds. 

Accessibility: The Mansion does not have wheelchair access, but the gravel path to the Mansion is level. Stairs on Tour include: 7 steps to front door, 17 to second floor, and 10 to ground floor. Handicapped parking is available, and the Visitor center has an accessible restroom. Level gravel path to Visitor Center (100 ft), and to Mansion (300 ft.), and throughout the gardens and grounds.

Hiking Trails Map: Five miles of 19th century carriage roads and trails wind through forests and meadows. River beautiful views along Sawmill Trail, Cascade Trail or Shady Lane Loop.

Policies: All guests must check in and out at the Museum Shop in Visitor’s Center; Keep pets leashed and remove waste; Do not collect plants, flowers, wildlife, or artifacts; Picnic in designated areas only and remove all trash; No alcoholic beverages; No motorized vehicles or bicycles; No hunting or shooting; No sunbathing; No sports; No fires or barbecues; Purchase of a photography permit for any family, wedding or event photography is required. 

Hours:  Mansion Tours with Library Pass: May 1 - Oct. 31, Fri.- Mon. Visitor Center & Museum Shop:  Jan. - March, M-F; AND April - Dec. 30 daily, 10 AM - 5PM.  Galleries, Grounds & Gardens: April - Dec. 30, daily, 10 AM - 5 PM.  

Closed: Visitor Center closed weekends Jan. - March; Gardens & Grounds closed Jan. - March and Dec. 31; Holidays closed are Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Easter.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: With purchase of 1 adult admission receive either an additional 1 adult admission OR 2 children admissions (age 5 & under always free) for free General Mark Twain House Tour. Advance reserved tickets for date and time strongly encouraged due to limited capacity and tours sell out.  Library Pass Users may purchase reserved tickets two ways: by phone or online. The online ticketing requires using appropriate Library Promo Code for discounted payment on selected date of Library Pass for tour time slot and instructions are below OR  you may call (860) 280-3112 to arrange Required Timed Entry Tickets for the date you reserve this Library Discount Pass.  The General Mark Twain House Tour (1 hour) includes Museum exhibits, Ken Burn’s film, and gallery. Pass does not include the Ghost, Holiday or Living History tours. Tickets are timed entry and non-refundable. If you are a little late, they may be able to catch you up to your tour. One discount per party per visit. Free parking. Tour Times will display during ticketing, starting 9:45 am with last tour 3:15 pm. Facial mask are required whether vaccinated or not (no exceptions). Please see their Guide to Visiting to plan your visit. If you don't have a mask, they will give you one. First floor is wheelchair accessible. No elevator. Stairs have 41 steps up, 40 steps down. For Visiting Information,go to their webiste. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ONLINE TICKETING USING PROMO CODE DISCOUNT 
Promo code Library42 for two adult house tour tickets for the discounted price (will be $13 each instead of $28 each for 2 adults)
Promo code Library43 for party of three (one adult & 2 children) (will be $8.50 each for 3 tickets for 1 adult & 2 children)
1. Got to MarkTwainHouse.org, Hours and Admission, and click on the "Book your Tour" button on the home page.
2. Choose the Mark Twain House Tour (general tour daily). Select same date as Library Pass Reservation and select the time you wish to tour the house.
3. Click on Add Promo Code for box to open and enter the right promo codes listed above for either two adults (code is Library42) or 1 adult & 2 children (code is Library43) and then click BROWN ARROW BUTTON to apply the code.  Be sure to enter promo code
BEFORE next step to select seats = 1 green dot per person. 
4 Next Click "Select seats from the map". The number of green dots shows how many spots are left on the tour. Click one green dot per person.  Then, select the ticket rate for discount promo rate, such as $13 promo rate Adult, then pick a second green dot and add the other $13 promo ticket. If you have three people or 3 dots  (1 adult and 2 children),you would select 3 dots at the $8.50 promo rate.
5. Add tickets to your cart, complete all the fields and click the "Place Order" button. The patron will get an email confirmation containing their ETickets.

Either Print pass when reservation is made OR You may also display Pass Digitally on your cell phone from your emailed Reservation, under link View Pass Info to display. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or locate your emailed confirmation reservation Pass Info. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (ages 6 – 16) for museum admission only, and children under 6 are free. Masks are optional.  Present either the Printed Library Pass or Digital Display of Pass on a Mobile Phone (using Text or Emailed Confirmation with link "View Pass Info") at the Box Office on the date of pass reservation. No timed-entry reservation is required for Library Pass Holders to enter. Some installations require an advanced free timed-entry reservation, such as James Turrell (see below) and other current exhbitions. You book these timed reservations for exhibition entry on their website in advance as sometimes they fill up (see below).Cafe is open. Hours change seasonally.  View a map of MASS MoCA here. For questions, call the Box Office at (413) 662-2111 ext. 1. They offer many ticked special events, performances, and music concerts, see website for details. 

The James Turrell: Into the Light exhibit (on view through 2025) requires a free timed-entry reservation. To make a reservation, click herePlease note kids must be 6 and older to enter James Turrell’s Perfectly Clear and Hind Sight. For Perfectly Clear, kids 6-12 need to hold the hand of an adult while inside the installation.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Pick Up and Return at all library locations; 12 passes total

Admits: Each pass admits one adult and children age 15 and under for free with an adult, and two passes may be reserved per day. Teens, age 16-17, may sign out an additional pass with a parent or guardian. Follow instructions on the Library Pass,  and who Library Pass at any of the five Trailheads or Visitor Center to receive a free day use wristband.  The Visitor Center is open daily 9 am - 5 pm. Read both sides of the Mohonk Preserve Pass, and included is the Risk Waiver. Go to their website for maps, 5 trailhead locations, parking info, and pet rules.  

Directions, Maps & Trails: here

Hours: Preserve Lands are open 9 am to day use pass users (7 am members) and close 1 hour after sunset  and Visitor Center 9 am - 5 pm daily with exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve at Noon, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. 

Mohonk Mountain House Policy: While the pass does not provide admission to Mohonk Mountain House or Minnewaska State Park, you may hike on to either property approximately six miles from the Preserve’s trails, but you may not enter the hotel or use facilities.

Parking: All five trailheads have parking lotsThey can fill up early on peak weekends.  Car-pooling and use of long-term parking lots at Preserve’s Visitor Center and at West Trapps parking lot, located ½ mile and 1½ mile respectively from the intersection of Routes 299 and 44/55, are suggested. See website for more information.

Visitor Center3197 State Route 44-55  Gardiner, NY 12525  (20 miles from Poughkeepsie)  845-255-0919

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Januayr - June AND September - December

Sundays CLOSED in July & August

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine (ok to use Book Drop after closing time or before opening time next day to avoid late fine).
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Pick Up and Return at all library locations; 12 passes total

Admits: Each pass admits one adult and children age 15 and under for free with an adult, and two passes may be reserved per day. Teens, age 16-17, may sign out an additional pass with a parent or guardian. Follow instructions on the Library Pass,  and who Library Pass at any of the five Trailheads or Visitor Center to receive a free day use wristband.  The Visitor Center is open daily 9 am - 5 pm. Read both sides of the Mohonk Preserve Pass, and included is the Risk Waiver. Go to their website for maps, 5 trailhead locations, parking info, and pet rules.  

Directions, Maps & Trails: here

Hours: Preserve Lands are open 9 am to day use pass users (7 am members) and close 1 hour after sunset  and Visitor Center 9 am - 5 pm daily with exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve at Noon, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. 

Mohonk Mountain House Policy: While the pass does not provide admission to Mohonk Mountain House or Minnewaska State Park, you may hike on to either property approximately six miles from the Preserve’s trails, but you may not enter the hotel or use facilities.

Parking: All five trailheads have parking lots.  They can fill up early on peak weekends.  Car-pooling and use of long-term parking lots at Preserve’s Visitor Center and at West Trapps parking lot, located ½ mile and 1½ mile respectively from the intersection of Routes 299 and 44/55, are suggested. See website for more information.

Visitor Center3197 State Route 44-55  Gardiner, NY 12525  (20 miles from Poughkeepsie)  845-255-0919

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Pick Up and Return at all library locations; 12 passes total.

Admits: Each pass admits one adult and children age 15 and under for free with an adult, and two passes may be reserved per day. Teens, age 16-17, may sign out an additional pass with a parent or guardian. Follow instructions on the Library Pass,  and who Library Pass at any of the five Trailheads or Visitor Center to receive a free day use wristband.  The Visitor Center is open daily 9 am - 5 pm. Read both sides of the Mohonk Preserve Pass, and included is the Risk Waiver. Go to their website for maps, 5 trailhead locations, parking info, and pet rules.  

Directions, Maps & Trails: here

Hours: Preserve Lands are open 9 am to day use pass users (7 am members) and close 1 hour after sunset  and Visitor Center 9 am - 5 pm daily with exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve at Noon, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. 

Mohonk Mountain House Policy: While the pass does not provide admission to Mohonk Mountain House or Minnewaska State Park, you may hike on to either property approximately six miles from the Preserve’s trails, but you may not enter the hotel or use facilities.

Parking: All five trailheads have parking lots.  They can fill up early on peak weekends.  Car-pooling and use of long-term parking lots at Preserve’s Visitor Center and at West Trapps parking lot, located ½ mile and 1½ mile respectively from the intersection of Routes 299 and 44/55, are suggested. See website for more information.

Visitor Center3197 State Route 44-55  Gardiner, NY 12525  (20 miles from Poughkeepsie)  845-255-0919

 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Sadie Peterson Delaney African Roots Library hours to check-out the Empire Pass is below.  The pass (in the pouch) may be returned to SPD during opening hours OR the SPD book drop on the second floor when the building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM & Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.

SPD hours for checking out a pass are below and in 2024 these hours will change:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Tuesday & Thursday: 1 AM - 5 PM

Saturday: Closed UNLESS Events are Scheduled

Sunday: Closed

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop of the Library where the pass was checked out.  For SPD the book drop is inside the FPC building on the 2nd floor, same as the Library, and accessible when the FPC building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM and Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

 

   

This Pick Up/Return Pass is checkout at Adriance when library Open, so it has been marked NONE Available when Library is Closed -- so reserve the day before to use.  Pass is marked CLOSED when Museum is closed M-W

Admits: Two adults (age 17 and up) OR 2 people any age free, and 16 and under are free. Museum is 85,000 square ft, with 650 motorcycles and over 3,000 memorabilia. If your group is larger, Adults $15.  Museum is self-guided, handicapped accessible, with free parking. Mobility scooters are available. 

Hours: Motorcyclepedia Museum: Thursday, 5-8 PM, Friday – Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM.  Velocipede Museum (check hours): Fridays, 10 AM - 3 PM. Check website to confirm, as hours may change.  Both are open year round. Check website or call to see if open major holidays.

Closed: Motorcyclepedia:  Mon. - Wed.; and new late night open Thursday 5-8 PM.  Velocipede: Saturday – Thursday. Check website or call it see if closed on holidays.  

Addresses: Two locations: Motorcyclepedia is at 250 Lake Street, Newburgh, NY 12250 and Velocipede is at 109 Liberty Street, Newburgh, NY 12550.(18.5 miles from Poughkeepsie.)

Phone: (845) 569-9065

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 9 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Januayr - June AND September - December

Sundays CLOSED in July & August

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

 

This Pick Up/Return Pass is checkout at Boardman when library Open, so it has been marked NONE Available when Library is Closed -- so reserve the day before to use.  Pass is marked CLOSED when Museum is closed

Admits: Two adults (age 17 and up) OR 2 people any age free, and 16 and under are free. Museum is 85,000 square ft, with 650 motorcycles and over 3,000 memorabilia. If your group is larger, Adults $15.  Museum is self-guided, handicapped accessible, with free parking. Mobility scooters are available. 

Hours: Motorcyclepedia Museum: Thursday, 5-8 PM, Friday – Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM.  Velocipede Museum (check hours): Fridays, 10 AM - 3 PM. Check website to confirm, as hours may change.  Both are open year round. Check website or call to see if open major holidays.

Closed: Motorcyclepedia:  Mon. - Wed.; and new late night open Thursday 5-8 PM.  Velocipede: Saturday – Thursday. Check website or call it see if closed on holidays.  

Addresses: Two locations: Motorcyclepedia is at 250 Lake Street, Newburgh, NY 12250 and Velocipede is at 109 Liberty Street, Newburgh, NY 12550.(18.5 miles from Poughkeepsie.)

Phone: (845) 569-9065

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 9 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

 

 

Admits: 4 persons to museum and special exhibits. Children 2 and under are free. If group size is larger, additional tickets may be purchased onsite (cash or card) or online.  The café is open 10:00 am - 3:00 pm and is cashless for food and beverage purchases, accepting credit cards noted on website.  The museum shop accepts both cash and credit cards   Please see website for visiting information, parking, maps, current exhibitions, directions, and policies. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 4 people for free admission & a Venetian Carousel ride at New England Carousel Museum & Museum of Fire History (in same 33,000 sq. ft building). Additional carousel rides for $1 or $3 for ten rides. Public tours Wed.-Fri. at Noon and 2:00 PM. Museum has wheelchair accessible restrooms, an elevator, and a low vision tour.  Note: In downtown Hartford CT,  at 1 Jewell St., Bushnell Park also has a carousel with rides, 30 min. away, and no longer covered by the NECM library pass and will have a small fee per ride.

Hours: Wed. 10 am - 5 pm, Thurs 10 am - 8 pm, Fri - Sat 10 am - 5 pm, and Sunday Noon – 5 pm. Monday & Tuesday they are closed, but visits may be possible if you call for an appointment (860) 585-5411.

Holidays Open: Open local school holidays, call to confirm. Closed: New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or locate your emailed reservation confirmation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

Reduced Admission Pass: Admits 2 adults at a discounted rate of $10 each adult, and children 18 and under are admitted free. Library pass users present the pass, printed or digital display on cell phone, to receive the discount at the entrance. There is no advance ticketing when using the Library Pass. Masks are optional. Pass includes a 10% discount in the Museum Store.  In 2024, Rockwell's Studio is open May 2nd - Nov. 10th, and the Terrace Cafe opens in June and closed late Oct. Cafe has a covered outdoor patio. Picnics on the grounds are allowed. Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri. 10 am - 4 pm; Sat. & Sun. 10 am - 5 pm, closed Wed. 

Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 10 AM – 4 PM, and Saturday and Sunday: 10 AM – 5 PM. Closed Wednesdays and Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and first week of January.

Print pass when reservation is made OR Display Digital Pass on Cell Phone from emailed or texted Reservation Reminder under "View Pass Info". To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Admits: 2 people (age 13 and up), and children 16 and under are free BUT MUST BE INCLUDED in the Reservation Count  -  for the House Tours (main floor or 2nd floor) OR Landscape Walking Tours (30 min. or 60 min.), with a REQUIRED Timed Entry Reservation You Make By Calling Olana at (518) 751-0344 and include TOTAL number of children with adults.  If you do not call to book in advance, your library pass will not be honored. You will need to pay full price to join a tour, depending on availability.  Arrive 20 minutes before your Tour Time to check in at the Visitor Center, and note that you will forfeit your  tour reservation to a waitlist at 5 minutes before the Tour Time if you have not checked in. Present the PPLD Olana Library Pass either Printed or Digital Display on your cell phone. Tours days and times vary seasonally. Prior to calling you may check their Tour availability on their website’s Ticketing Calendar. Library Pass holders must call in to reserve a Tour Time with Olana in addition to reserving the library pass for the date of your visit.  Library Pass NOT valid for discount on Electronic Carriage Tours. Library pass includes 15% discount at Museum shop. If the parking lot is full, you may park on right side only of the main road. Grounds open 8 AM to sunset for free. Visit Olana website for Maps to 250 acres and trails, and Park Use Guidelines. 

NOTE: Parking may be a distance from the tour check-in point at the Visitor Center. Olana encourages anyone with mobility concerns to call in advance about accommodations, as Olana is not fully accessible. There is a lift for the first floor, and not for the second floor.

You must either print the pass OR display pass digitally on your cell phone from your emailed confirmation or text reminder's  under the Pass Info link. Only valid for the reserved date of visit printed on your pass.  Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass or use digital display of pass: Find emailed Reservation (or Reminder Text or Email) and click on "View Pass Info. "  Or, on the Tixkeeper Webpage, Login to "My Passes" with Your Library Card's barcode to see current Reservation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Open daily May 1 to Oct. 31 from 10 AM to 5 PM.  Air Shows on weekends, 2:00 - 4:00 PM, from June 17 to Oct. 15, 2023, included in Library Pass. Details below.  Saturday show is History of Flight, and Sunday.is WWI. 

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (5 – 17), and children under 5 free with the printed Library Pass on the date of your Library Pass Reservation.  Library Pass users do not need to call or reserve timed tickets. If your group size is larger, you will need to pay ticket prices for additional people. Follow safety guidelines on website. Library Pass includes Sat. or Sun. Air Shows, when scheduled. Two different Air Shows beginning June 17th to Oct. 15th, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM. Sat. air show is History of Flight, and Sun. is WWI.  10% discount in gift shops with Library Pass. Special Events & Biplane Rides cost and information on website. Museum is open daily 10 AM - 5:00 PM, May 1 to Oct. 31. See website to explore the collection online, 77 vintage airplanes and 33 classic vehicles, in four buildings.

Note: Museum is housed in four buildings, with over  60 vintage aircraft, many antique automobiles and motorcycles, and related memorabilia in a classic small town airport. You may explore the collection online.  Colen Palen founded in 1958  built it into a world-renowned destination as America’s first flying museum of antique aircraft.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Find emailed Reservation and click on View Pass Info OR  On the Tixkeeper webpage, Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults and their dependent children to OPUS 40, with a Timed-Entry Reservation made on their website's menu header "Plan A Visit" for instructions and reservation calendar. Under Reserve Tickets, select date, a 2 hour time slot, and under "Member" enter up to 2 adults and their dependent children at no cost. If group size is larger, purchase additional tickets.  Upon arrival, show the Library's Opus 40 Pass (printed or display on mobile phone) and your timed entry reservation.  Indoors, masks are requested, but not required. Please view policies and FAQ before you arrive regarding any restrictions, parents accompanying children, etc. Picnics are welcome. Printed trail maps are available at Opus 40 or online trail map from their website. No pets other than service dogs.  See their many weekly events and series on their website.  Speical events require paid ticketing and reservations, and are not included in the Library's Opus 40  MAP Pass. 

Print pass when reservation is made.  Note that Opus 40 will accept digital pass display on your mobile phone. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode OR use link in your emailed reservation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

This Pick Up/Return Pass is checked-out at Adriance when library is Open, so it has been marked NONE Available when Library is Closed but the Museum is open -- so reserve the day before to use, as Museum closed 4 days a year. 

Admits: One free admission with each purchase of one admission. A maximum of 3 free admissions. Price for one admission per person is $18 (adults & children) and seniors (62+) $14. Free for children under 1 year and active duty military personnel and their immediate family. Pass limited to one family per day. Special events may incur additional fee. Check calendar for details. 

Restrictions: May not combine pass with other discounts.

Hours: Open seven days a week, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Closes early at 3 pm on July 4th, Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. 

Holidays Open: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Labor Day, Columbus Day, and Veterans Day. Closing Early at 3:00 PM on July 4th, Thanksgiving Eve, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. 

Closed Four Holidays Only: New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.

Phone: 203-899-0606

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Jan.- June AND Sept. - Dec.  AND Closed July & August

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Log House Tours with Required Advance Reservations  you book on their website as Members for 2 Adults and all Children under 18.  Currently, Saturday tours only during reconstruction. 

Admits: Two adults and all children up to age 18 in a household for guided Log Home Tour if the interior, with REQUIRED Tour Reservations you book in advance on their website for date of Library Pass. On their website, select Visit, and select Log House Tours.  Next, select date from calendar (green square), select a time (12 pm or 3 pm) and enter number in group under Members for 2 adults and children under 18.  During construction, pre-registered tour attendees will arrive 10-15 minutes before the tour and gather at the ground level of the Education Center, near seating and public restrooms. Public Indoor Log House Tours, during reconstruction, are by appointment only.  Log House tours are 1 hour, on Saturdays at 12 pm and 3 pm. . Restrooms availabe in Education Center, and masks are currently optional. Museum Shop not open, but available online. Thirty acre grounds open dawn to dusk. 

GPS Address: 5 Manor Lane, Morris Plains, NJ 07950.  From I 287 South to Exit 39B, Route 10 West about 3 miles. Right on Manor Lane.  

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

 

   

SKAC Pick Up/Return Pass is marked NONE when the Library is Closed, but SKAC may be Open. SKAC is Closed Tuesdays, but marked AVAILABLE so you may either Check Out or Return a Pass.

Admits: Up to six people in ONE vehicle, with children under age 5 not counted toward the vehicle total.  The SKAC MAP Pass is now a  Pick Up / Return Pass you check out from the library as a 3 day loan. Reserve for the day you check out the pass from the Reference Desk on the Main Floor (reservation must match library card at check out), visit Storm King the next day, and return the pass the following day at Circulation Desk or Book Drop. Show the Storm King Pass at the vehicle entrance booth. You do not need tickets or reservations. Hours and last entry (1.5 hours before closing) time vary seasonally. Pass may be used for Member Only hour, Sunday  9-10 am.  See their website under Visit for information to plan your day, amenities, map, hours, last entry time, tram information, and policies, such as no smoking,vaping, pets, music, sports, cooking, drones, personal bicycles, skateboards, rollerskates, etc. Picnic away from sculptures, tables are provided, or you may bring a blanket. Storm King advises visitors to dress for the weather, bring sunscreen and a water bottle, and wear comfortable shoes.

Note: On their website, under Visit,  you will find information on accessibility, digital guide, free tours, tram schedule and four tram stops, food options (seasonal cafe and/or food truck), bike rentals, visitor policies, amenities, elevator to Museum Hill, and map of grounds, sculptures, and restrooms.  Vending machines are by the elevator with snacks and seasonal items. Water bottle filling station is near restrooms on Museum Hill. Picnics allowed in designated areas, or on blankets away from sculptures.

Closed: Days and hours open will vary by season, including last entry time, so please check website.  Tuesdays closed, and closed mid-December until Winter Weekends begin January - March  Reopens in April to six days a week in warmer months, with later evening hours on Fridays and Saturdays.   

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).  Pick Up/Return passes are marked NONE for when the Library is Closed (but Venue may be Open). Some dates Venue is closed in Dec. - March off season are marked closed to avoid reserving when they are closed.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM  Jan. - June & Sept. - Dec. and Closed Sundays in June and July. 

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

SKAC Pick Up/Return Pass is marked NONE when the Library is Closed, but SKAC may be Open. SKAC is Closed Tuesdays, but marked AVAILABLE so you may either Check Out or Return a Pass at the Library.

Admits: Up to six people in ONE vehicle, with children under age 5 not counted toward the vehicle total.  The SKAC MAP Pass is now a  Pick Up / Return Pass you check out from the library as a 3 day loan. Reserve for the day you check out the pass from the Circulation Desk (reservation must match library card at check out), visit Storm King the next day, and return the pass the following day at Circulation Desk or Book Drop. Show the Storm King Pass at the vehicle entrance booth. You do not need tickets or reservations. Hours and last entry (1.5 hours before closing) time vary seasonally. Pass may be used for Member Only hour, Sunday  9-10 am.  See their website under Visit for information to plan your day, amenities, map, hours, last entry time, tram information, and policies, such as no smoking, vaping, pets, music, sports, cooking, drones, personal bicycles, skateboards, rollerskates, etc. Picnic away from sculptures, tables are provided, or you may bring a blanket. Storm King advises visitors to dress for the weather, bring sunscreen and a water bottle, and wear comfortable shoes.

Note: On their website, under Visit,  you will find information on accessibility, digital guide, free tours, tram schedule and four tram stops, food options (seasonal cafe and/or food truck), bike rentals, visitor policies, amenities, elevator to Museum Hill, and map of grounds, sculptures, and restrooms.  Vending machines are by the elevator with snacks and seasonal items. Water bottle filling station is near restrooms on Museum Hill. Picnics allowed in designated areas, or on blankets away from sculptures.

Closed: Days and hours open will vary by season, including last entry time, so please check website.  Tuesdays closed, and closed mid-December until Winter Weekends begin January - March  Reopens in April to six days a week in warmer months, with later evening hours on Fridays and Saturdays.   

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).  Pick Up/Return passes are marked NONE for when the Library is Closed (not the Venue may be open). Some dates Venue is closed in Dec. - March off season are marked closed to avoid reserving when they are closed.

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Admits: Two Adults (age 16 and up), plus any children (age 15 and under) for free with advanced Timed-Entry Tickets that you will book as “Members” on their website, instructions below. They will take walk-ins with Library Pass if availability allows. To ensure entry, arrive 15 minutes early to check in at the Visitor’s Center entrance, with a Printed Pass or Display Digital Pass on mobile phone. They offer both Self-Guided or Guided Tours, and special tours. They may sell out, so advanced ticket reservations strongly  encouraged. Grounds are free, dusk to dawn daily.

 

Instructions for Recommended Timed-Entry Ticketing: On their website, book a Timed-Entry Ticket for the same date as the Library Pass, and the hour, arriving 15 minutes early to check in at the Visitor Center.  Enter up to two “Member” age 16+ tickets for free, and enter any “Children” age 15 and under for free.

Accessibility: The Main House’s first floor is wheelchair accessible using an elevator lift, and the second floor requires climbing a flight of stairs. The 1839 Old Studio, New Studio, Visitor Center and Gift Shop are all wheelchair accessible. The parking lot is asphalt and includes handicap parking spaces. The walking paths are loose gravel. See their accessibility web page or email info@thomascole.org.

Hours: Hours vary by season, see website.  Note in summer months it is 10 AM – 5 PM, Wed. – Sun.. Open Juneteenth and July 4th holidays, but no Monday holidays.

Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays, and closed for Thanksgiving, Friday after Thanksgiving, and mid-December to mid-March.

Hudson River Skywalk: a pedestrian path, approximately three miles one way or six miles roundtrip, that connects the historic homes and studios of Hudson River School artists Thomas Cole and Frederic Church’s Olana. Both are MAP Pass destinations. 

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults and their (up to 4) dependent children. YOU MUST ALSO MAKE A TIMED ENTRY RESERVATION to visit the Trevor Zoo on their website at WWW.TREVORZOO.ORG. for the same date as the library pass. You may arrive either 60 minutes before or after your reservation, as noted on their website, and stay as long as you wish. Your PPLD library pass will be your admission ticket. If your group is larger than the pass admits limit, note that admission cost is collected when you arrive for people not included in the Library Pass. However, reservations for the total group size are made in advance.  Masks are no longer required at the zoo. See website for all requirements or changes in policies. Open 9 am - 5 pm. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass:  Login to “My Passes” with Library Card’s barcode. Click on “Pass Info Center” and click on “View Pass Info” to display pass (right click mouse; select print).

 

   

Museum and Ship are run separately & hours & entrance requirements vary. Check each website for Museum or Ship for hours or closures.

Admits: Free admission to the Museum for parties of 9 or fewer with the Library Pass.  There are no advanced  reservations required for entry. The USSCM Library Pass may be printed or displayed digitally on a cell phone, using your emailed reservation confirmation with link View Pass Info or a text reminder if you sign up for one.  One pass per party.  Entrance to the Ship is free and has a required state or federal government issued photo ID, or a passport, for ages 18+, as well as an inspection and restrictions (see website for details & security checks similar to an airport).

Note that the USS Constitution Museum and the Ship are run separately and do not have the same hours of operation. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To display digitally on cell phone, your emailed Reservation has link "Pass Info" to click on to display the pass or use Text Reminder if sign up for one.  To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or find your emailed Reservation Confirmation with Link. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

Admits: Two adults and two children for a Guided Tour of the USS Slater, docked on the Hudson River at Albany. Children, 5 and under, are free. Guided Tours begin every 30 minutes, for 1 hour, between 10 am – 3:30 pm. Present the library pass, either printed or digital display on cell phone, at the store. Library pass users may upgrade to Stem to Stern Tour (2 hrs.) with approx. $12 discounted off the tour price, or downgrade for free to select an Abbreviated Tour (30 min.) of either the Engine Room (age 13+ w/ exceptions), Collections (museum artifacts), or Main Deck (no stairs). Tours are rain or shine.  Free parking. Restrooms at the store before boarding, but not on the ship.

Ship Tours: The Guided Tour includes 6–8 stairs with railings, some tight spaces or steep stairs, and may be strenuous for some visitors. Recommend wearing non-slip walking shoes, low heels, and sunscreen. Use facilities on shore before tour, as no restrooms on ship. All tours are guided and personalize your experience, transporting you back to July 1945, as you are led into the watch stations, battle stations, and living compartments of the sailors.

Restrictions: Water bottles and closed beverage containers are allowed on ship. Smoking, open containers, eating, or gum chewing is not permitted aboard ship. Large bags, strollers, and tripods are not permitted aboard ship. The store sells limited snacks and beverages, with limited room to store large bags or strollers. The parking lot is locked for the night after the last tour ends.

Open: Wednesday – Sunday, plus all Monday Holidays and July 4th from April – November.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults (18 +) for free. Youth age 17 and under are free. Present Wadsworth MAP Pass at the Museum's entrance, either printed or digital display on cell phone. Walk-ins are accomodated. Public tours are availabe with the pass, and can be pre-registered for online. The Main Entrance is 600 Main St. and handicapped accessible entrance is Avery Entrance at 29 Antheneum Square North.  See visiting information and FAQ on website. Coat check & bag storage available.  Two events have a per person fund-raising fee of  approx. $5 with Library Pass -- Fine Art & Flowers (in April) and Festival of Trees & Traditions (in Dec.).  Hours: Thurs. - Sun., 12-5 pm.  Cafe: Thurs. - Sat., 12-5 pm. Parking information on website.

Print pass when reservation is made and/or display pass digitally on your mobile device via text message link or emailed reservation link called View Pass Info.  To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Nature Museum open Tues.-Sun.  Grounds & Trails open 24/7.  Trail Maps to 40 miles of trails on website, includes the largest lake in CT.  Picnic areas available. 

Admits: Entry to Nature Museum for 2 adults and up to 4 children.  There is free access to the 40 miles of trails within the 4,000 acres of the White Memorial Foundation that include the Education Center grounds, forests, 60 miles of Bantam Lake's shoreline, boat launch, swimming areas, river, wetlands, and ponds.  Trail maps on website. Nature Museum is open Tues. - Sun. Hours will vary in winter for Nature museum: Tues - Sat. 10 am to 5:00 pm. Sundays 12 pm - 5 pm.. Closed Mondays. Pass not valid on Family Nature Day in late Sept for selected date as varies annually.

About the Museum: https://whitememorialcc.org/museum/

Property Highlights: https://whitememorialcc.org/our-property/

Restrictions: Dogs must be leashed, no longer than 7 feet. Carry in/carry out policy for picnic waste.  

Closed: Nature Museum ia closed Mondays and on major holidays. However, grounds and trails are always open 24/7.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print. 

   

Admits: Four youth (ages 5 – 17) for free, plus children 4 and under for free, and two adults for discounted cost of $10 each to pay on-site with Library Pass no reservation. Children do not have to be related to adult pass users. Do not use their online ticketing. At the entrance show the Library Pass. New 2023 is "Birdly," which gives the immersive experience of what it is like to fly like a bird, and costs $6 per person as an additional ticket at entrance, with 48 inch height limit. See website under "Inside" for details. Indoor exhibits and Waterside Cafe are open. Some trails and the Wild Walk are ADA accessible. Picnic in designated areas by parking lot, or indoor cafe, and tent area if available. Visit their website for information on all their is to see and do, and their FAQ. Sturdy shoes and dressing for the weather are recommended. Library Pass is not good for museum shop discount. Open rain or shine, and hours vary seasonally.   

Print Libary Pass when Reservation is made or download to display pass on cell phone, or display emailed confirmation or text reminder Library Pass under "View Pass Info" on Cell Phone if have WiFi.  As Internet may be spoty, printing Library Pass before traveling is recommended. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with your library card barcode and click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

Wednesday April 17, 2024

Admits: Half Price Admission with Two Options: Select either 50% discount off for 2 adults and all children 17 and under; OR  50% off for up to 4 adults. Age 4 and under are always free. The discounted 50% ticket prices are: ages: 0-4 free, age 5-17 $7; students w/ID $7, age 18-64 $11; 65+ $10. Please show both your PPLD Library Card and the Printed ADKX Pass OR may be Digital Displayed on Cell Phone from Reservation Text or Confirmation Email by clicking on View Pass Info. Picnics allowed. Lakeview Cafe hours:10 AM - 4 PM. ADKX Store and Visitor Center 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM.  Open daily Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day. 10 AM - 5 PM. Wheelchairs, wheeled walkers & strollers are available first come, first serve. Service animals are welcome. Dogs or emotional support animals are not permitted. Free WiFi on-site.  As Internet in Adirondacks may be spotty, consider reserving and or printing your Library Pass out in advance. 

Highlights: Enjoy 120 spectacular acres, 20 buildings, exhibitions with immersive experiences. Hike ¾ mile Minnow Trail to the ADKX Boathouse to rent a vintage boat or canoe (check website for availability and rental rates.) Free Wi-Fi. Explore virtual exhibitions and programs all year. 

Visit Two Adirondack Destinations: The Wild Center & Adirondack Experience library passes may be reserved for the same day or weekend or week. 32 miles apart. 

Print Pass when Reservation is Made.  To re-print pass: Print from emailed reservation confirmation link "View Pass Info." OR Login to "My Passes" and click on "Pass Info Center" & click "View Pass Info" to print (right click mouse, select print). 

   

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (under age 18).  Museum is wheelchair accessible, and strollers and wheelchairs are available at the Admissions Desk. See website for current exhibtions, parking, and visiting information. 

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: The pass-holder and four adults, for a total of five guests (plus children 12 and under free) with Library Pass with an encouraged free Ticket Reservation made in advance on their website under "Visit."  Click on either "Purchase Tickets" or "Timed-entry tickets or reservations encouraged."  Select Date, Ticket Type "Member/**Free/Child" for free admission, and enter Quantity. Enter your contact information, and click on the "Continue to Payment" button at No Charge, and then click on "Complete Order." They will accept the printed library pass or digital display of pass on your mobile phone, using "View Pass Info" link in your emailed confirmation or text reminder.  Masks are optional. 15% discount museum store w/ pass. Free parking, elevator, strollers permitted, no cafe, and coat check is closed. RestrictionsIf event taking place that is included in price of admission, library pass users may attend free of change. The Library Pass is not eligible for special events that requires non-members to pay a fee or for member-only events. Hours: Sat.10 am -5 pm; Sun, Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri. 12-5. pm.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Pick Up your Vouchers in Advance of when go to the Museum. Note that dates marked None Available are when the Library is Closed and you cannot pick up Vouchers, but you can go to the Museum on those dates, as AMNH is only closed  2 days a year: Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.  

Admits: A MAP Pass reservation includes 1-3 ticket-voucher(s) that you pick up at the Adriance Reference Desk (on the Main floor). Children 2 years and under are admitted free. Each ticket-voucher may be redeemed at any museum entrance for one admission and your choice of one ticketed exhibition, IMAX film, or Planetarium show AND. Everyone must make an Advance Online  REQUIRED Reservation for Time of Entry on the Museum’s website. Note that Entry Times do sell out.   At the Entrance when you arrive, you select your choice of the free ticketed special exhibition with the option to pay for additional special exhibitions a the Member Rate as long as you have your Library Pass Receipt, anytime on the date of your visit. See Plan Your Visit: visiting information, three entrances, list of exhibitions (ticketed ones or the permanent ones included w/ admission), museum map, dining, & policies (bag size limit or no entry; no coat check).

  • To make your REQUIRED Timed Entry Reservation in advance on museum’s website, go to the Reserve Tickets webpage, and select “Passholders” to complete your reservation.
  • At any museum entrance (on your timed-entry reservation date), present a valid ID, the library ticket/voucher, and then you will be asked to select your choice of one ticketed exhibition, film, or show.The museum will keep the ticket/voucher. You do not need to return it to the library.
  • At the museum’s ticket desk, you may add additional ticketed exhibitions, shows, or films at the Member Price ($10 each) with a Library Pass ticket/voucher or receipt.
  • If you have a larger family or group, the Museum offers a “Pay What You Wish” and “Resident Pricing” found under the “NY, NJ, CT Residents” option (with valid ID at entrance). Please note “Pay as You Wish” is for General Admission only, and no added-on ticketed exhibitions, IMAX films, or Planetarium shows. Also, Resident Pricing tickets are $25 for no add-ons, $30 total for one add-on, or $35 total for all or multiple add-ons. 

Hours: Open daily, 10 am–5:30 pm. Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. It is highly recommended to view the temporary hall closures before booking your reservations.

Visit Museum Website for Plan Your Visit Information: Masks strongly encouraged, no coat check, limits on bag size for entry, on-site dining, no food in galleries, and other policies, as well as accessibility information, Explorer App to download for free, and multiple languages for museum maps and visiting informaiton webpages, and location of three entrances.

Note on Closed/Available Dates: Pick Up - No Return at Library passes are ticket vouchers are marked Available for Dates Library is Open (and available for Pick-Up), and Closed or None for Dates the Library is Closed.  The Museum is closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day, but the Adriance Library is closed additional dates as None Available for Pick Up.  Always check if website for temporary hall closures. 

Ticket Vouchers REQUIRE Timed-Entry-Reservation YOU MAKE on the Museum website in advance, as time slots fill up. 

Adriance Library hours are noted below. Please complete Pick Up of Voucher Tickets  at the Main Floor Reference Desk at least 15 Minutes before Closingr:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Jan. - June AND Sept. - Dec. 

Sundays in June and July the Library is Closed. 

You do not need to Print this Pass as THIS PASS DOES NOT SERVE AS YOUR ADMISSION TO AMNH.  You must pick up 1-3 ticket/vouchers at Adriance Reference Desk to use for General Admission + one add-on and make a REQUIRED Timed-Entry-Reservation on museum website, and bring NY state ID.  An emailed  confirmation of this reservation will be sent to you, or sign up for a Text Reminder with Pass Info Link included with this pass info.  To Cancel your Reservation: Login to "My Passes" button on TixKeeper MAP Pass webpage.  

   

Admits:  The revised Library Pass is a comination of Two (2) people for Free Admission AND the rest of your group will have Discounted Admission when you present the Library Pass at the Box Office, and discounted admission is reduced to $17 for Adult (16-64), $15 for Seniors, and $12 for Youth (5-15), and Children 4 and under are free.  (This is a savings of 12 to 8 dollars per ticket.). They accept both the Printed Pass or a Digital Display on your mobile phone from your emailed confirmation to text reminder. Library Pass users do not need a timed-entry reservation.  Check their calendar  to plan around any closing of exhibits, Center Court, or early closing due to special events. Open 10 AM – 4 PM daily, except some seasonal Winter Mondays and 3 holidays. Questions, call 1-877-446-6752. .

Restrictions: Backpacks and large bags are not allowed in museum unless needed for a medical reason. Food or beverages, with excpetion of water, may only be consumed on the public concourse or any of the on-site restaurants, but are not allowed in the museum’s exhibits. Pass not valid for special events. 

To Shoot Hoops on Center Court (if available): BHOF strongly recommends wearing sneakers while shooting baskets in Center Court. Sandals and slides will not be allowed in the slam dunk area. Games are not allowed. Half court shots are not allowed.

BHOF accepts Both a Printed Pass OR Digital Pass displayed on a mobile phone.  Print pass when reservation is made with Print Button, or save as PDF. To display pass digitally on phone or re-print pass: Use emailed reservation or text reminder. Click on "Pass Info Center" and/or  "View Pass Info" to display.  

   

April 29  - Oct. 31.  with exeption of Harvest Festival, Columbus Day weekend, tickets only.  Unitl Nov. 19, the indoor Art Galleries are open.  

Admits: Four (4) Adults for free, with children ages 12 and under free, from April 29 – Oct 31 for the date of your Library MAP Pass reservation. Tuesdays are Pay as You Wish. Present the Library Pass at the Garden Shop when you arrive and stay as long as you want. Admission includes gardens, art in the galleries and grounds, self guided audio tour, a free group tour at 11:00 AM each day June 1st - Sept. 1st (except July 4) and departs Visitor Center. Garden is generally wheelchair friendly, see website for more info. Reserve a wheelchair by calling (413) 320 – 4794. Leonhardt Galleries Hours, see webiste as varies with season and events, workshops, and programs are all year long, see website for information.

Restrictions: No smoking on grounds. Garden shop has snacks, beverages, and gifts. Picnics are permitted with carry in-carry out policy. Harvest Festival is Sat. & Sun (of Columbus Day weekend) and requires ticket purchase and no library passes accepted.  Special events, programs and workshops held all year may require tickets, some are free. Dogs not permitted except for registered service animals. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Admits: 50% off general admission for 2 adults, 2 children (age 4-17), and free for children 3 and under, when you present the Library Pass. They accept walk-ins and recommend an Advanced Reservation made by calling (413) 443-7171, ext. 360 to arrange a “Library Pass Reservation” for date and time OR use their website's online Reservation Tickets to select date, time, and enter number of Library Pass Adults and Library Pass Children.  Covid19 Policy requires facial masks for everyone 2 and over, and social distancing. Museum is fully wheelchair accessible. Open seven days a week, M-Sat 10am - 5pm, and Sun Noon-5pm. See below that accept both the Library Pass printed OR digital display on a mobile phone using View Pass Info link in your emailed reservation confirmation or text reminder.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: One adult plus 3 guests of any age (under age 4 is free), with a Timed-Entry Reservation (instructions below) for the Guided House Tour (45 minutes), and includes gardens, grounds and exhibitions.  Also,IF tours still available, will accept walk-in sign up for Mansion Tours at Welcome Center, or walk-in sign up for Grounds Pass Only.   Reserve your tour time in advance on Boscobel's website using the library member code for free admissioin, and rreserve before 5 pm the day before your visiting day:  1. Reserve PPLD Library MAP Pass for date of visit (Friiday - Monday). 2. Go to the Boscobel website, under to Visit or Event, and select Mansion Tour (or Grounds Only) for the same Date as Library Pass and select Tour Time. 3.Online Form, with several parts. On first form page enter the number of ticket types (pass includes 4) and under Library Pass Users, enter our library name Poughkeepsie Public Library District.  4. On second form page, the cost will be removed AFTER you enter our Promo Code in the Box and Apply it, and wait fo response. Our Code is MEMLIB21. Pass allows 4 guests (any age with under 4 free). 5. Complete the other parts of the Form, and when go to Check Out, will take you to Pop Up Payment Box.  They will send you an eTicket you can display on your mobile phone at the Welcome Center. Hours: 9 am to sunset for grounds, Fri - Mon. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print. 

   

Admits: 2 Adults and 2 Children. Children under 5 are free. For a guided tour, reserve the MAP pass for date you will go, make a PRIOR Tour Reservation, on the Bronck Museum website at Schedule a Tour for the same date, and check-out the reserved Bronck MAP Pass )Pick Up/Return) from the Adriance Reference Desk. Present the library pass at the Visitor Center. Tour groups are limited to 10 people.  The 1 hour guided tours are Wed.- Fri. (12 PM, 1:30 PM, and 3 PM); Sat (10:30 AM, 12 PM, 1:30 PM, 3 PM) and most Sundays (1 PM and 2:30 PM). A picnic area and restrooms are available. Masks and social distancing is required. At the Reservation calendar, fill in the “Quantity” for your group, click on the same date of reserved MAP Pass to select a tour time for your group size, and complete the reservation. To reserve a tour time, go to Schedule a Tour.  See their special events, sign up for their email with event and lecture notification.

Restrictions: Library Pass is not valid for special ticketed events which require a ticket purchase.  See website for special events planned. 

Open: Wednesday - Sundays starting Memorial Day weekend and usually ending mid-October, Columbus Day. Also open for special events all year. 

Closed: Mondays, Tuesdays, Memorial Day, July 4th, Columbus Day, Labor Day, and usually after Columbus Day to Memorial Day weekend seasonal re-opening.   

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date). Pick Up Passes are marked Available for Dates Library is Open, and Closed for Dates the Library is Closed.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Admits: Two (2) free Admissions, plus children 12 and under are always free with a recommended Timed-Entry Tour Reservation Booking on their website for the date of the library pass, then selecting either one or both the Studio Tour, and Residence Tour, or a Grounds Pass, and selecting the Time and entering Promo Code in caps: POUGHPASS at checkout for each of two free passes that pop up below at no charge (free may be applied to adult, youth, senior or military tickets). Enter children (under 13 free) or additional ticket purchases.  Arrive 30 minutes early to park, check-in, use restrooms, and walk to the tour location.  Show your PPLD library card, your library pass reservation (either printed or displayed on a mobile device from your emailed MAP pass confirmation or text reminder under View Pass Info), and your online timed-entry reservation at Admissions. Walk-in requests for tours depend on availability. Masks are optional. The Residence Tour re-opened 2024 now that rennovations are complete. 

Grounds Only Pass:   Enjoy the stunning Berkshire mountain views, formal gardens, Woodland Walk, climb the Ledges Trail, and picnic on tables in the former apple orchard. The outdoor contemporary sculpture exhibition opens May 27th. The Grounds Only ticket does not allow entry into the Studio or Residence or permanent collections at the Barn Gallery. 

Availability and Restrictions:  Admissions sells bottled water, but no food. You may bring a picnic. The Library Pass covers standard admission and access to the Barn Gallery, Studio Tour, and Residence Tour, with separate Tour Times and all three available with Library Pass on same day.  Advance reservations hold your tour spot, but will accept walk-ins.  Do not park on lawn or driveway.

Hours: Open Wednesdays – Mondays, May 25 - Oct. 21, 2024. Hours Vary. Wed Hours 10 am - 4 pm; and Thurs - Mon. Hours are 10 am - 5 pm. Closed Tuesdays. . 

Physical Address: 4 Williamsville Rd, Stockbridge, MA (70 miles from Poughkeepsie.)  It is just off Route 183 in Glendale section of Stockbridge, MA.

GPS Address: Follow these directions as Chesterwood advises that Google maps and some GPS systems’ directions are incorrect and will lead you to single-lane dirt roads.

This Pass Printed when Reservation is Made OR Confirmation Email or Text Reminder Accepted on Your Cell Phone when You Display Pass under View Pass Info. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or find your emailed PPLD confirmation for Library Pass. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: Free general admission for 6 people to museum and railyard OR $1 off per person on special event days (see Events on website). Children under 3 are free. Train rides are available; see their website under both Regular Train Rides and Events for scheduled times, hours and cost varies. Water fountains are closed. Museum and railyard are wheelchair accessible, but the trains are not, due to their age. Since Covid, model train layouts have foot pedal controls. 

Train Rides: Train rides are an additional charge - see website for the schedule and costs under both Regular Train Rides and Events for fund-raising special event weekends (Oct, Nov, Dec). 

  • Regular Train RIdes: 11 am, Noon, 1 PM, 2 PM on weekends April - Sept, and Nov. for $3 Coach or Caboose, or $10 Locomotive car limited to 3 people. No 3 PM train ride on days closing at 4:00 PM. 
  • Special Events with Train Rides: During Event fund-raising months (Oct, Nov, Dec). train rides included with ticketed admission (varies $16-22 for example), and Library Pass gives $1 off per each person's entry.

Hours: Saturday and Sunday, 10 AM - 4 PM, and Monday Labor Day (with Train Rides) and Veterans Day (Nov. 11). If regular trains are operating, the last ride is 2:00 PM, when closing 4 PM.  On Special Event weekend hours and train rides and access is extended into evening. 

Restrictions: Not valid for free admission on days there are special events at a special price. On special event days, the pass holder will receive $1 off Event Admission for each member in their party.  

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print. 

   

Admits: Valid for the pass holder and their occupants in one vehicle. The Empire Pass is valid at most New York State Parks.  For questions on fees, you may contact the park directly. PPLD has six Empire Passes available. If a pass is unavailable, park entrance fees are 6 and $10 per vehicle. See the NYS Park website  for locations, activities, visiting information, park capacity limits, availability, policies, parking, restrooms, safety, and the current COVID-19 update.

NY State Parks: The NYS parks include access statewide to parks, lakes, beaches, pools, trails, historic sites, golf courses in state parks, camping, cottages, cabins, guides to enjoy particular activities, camping guides, boating safety, and more. So, explore the NYS Park website to find out more.

Virtual Tours of NY State Parks: Discover your next park adventure by exploring this 360 degree Virtual Tours of NY State Parks arranged by NYS regions, including the Hudson Valley. 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM January - June AND Sept - Dec.; 

Sundays Closed in July & August 

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

      Multiple Destinations

Admits: Valid for the pass holder and their occupants in one vehicle. The Empire Pass is valid at most New York State Parks.  For questions on fees, you may contact the park directly. PPLD has six Empire Passes available. If a pass is unavailable, park entrance fees are 6 and $10 per vehicle. See the NYS Park website  for locations, activities, visiting information, park capacity limits, availability, policies, parking, restrooms, safety, and the current COVID-19 update.

NY State Parks: The NYS parks include access statewide to parks, lakes, beaches, pools, trails, historic sites, golf courses in state parks, camping, cottages, cabins, guides to enjoy particular activities, camping guides, boating safety, and more. So, explore the NYS Park website to find out more.

Virtual Tours of NY State Parks: Discover your next park adventure by exploring this 360 degree Virtual Tours of NY State Parks arranged by NYS regions, including the Hudson Valley. 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

      Multiple Destinations

Admits: Valid for the pass holder and their occupants in one vehicle. The Empire Pass is valid at most New York State Parks.  For questions on fees, you may contact the park directly. PPLD has six Empire Passes available. If a pass is unavailable, park entrance fees are 6 and $10 per vehicle. See the NYS Park website  for locations, activities, visiting information, park capacity limits, availability, policies, parking, restrooms, safety, and the current COVID-19 update.

NY State Parks: The NYS parks include access statewide to parks, lakes, beaches, pools, trails, historic sites, golf courses in state parks, camping, cottages, cabins, guides to enjoy particular activities, camping guides, boating safety, and more. So, explore the NYS Park website to find out more.

Virtual Tours of NY State Parks: Discover your next park adventure by exploring this 360 degree Virtual Tours of NY State Parks arranged by NYS regions, including the Hudson Valley. 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Sadie Peterson Delaney African Roots Library hours to check-out the Empire Pass is below.  The pass (in the pouch) may be returned to SPD during opening hours OR the SPD book drop on the second floor when the building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM & Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.

SPD hours for checking out a pass are:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Tuesday & Thursday: 1 PM - 5 PM

Saturday: Closed UNLESS Events Are Scheduled

Sunday: Closed

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop of the Library where the pass was checked out.  For SPD the book drop is inside the FPC building on the 2nd floor, same as the Library, and accessible when the FPC building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM and Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

      Multiple Destinations

Admits: 2 adults and 4 children (ages 1–18), and children under 1 year are free. Present the PPLD Library Pass at check-in.  Follow Visitor Guidelines on their website for any requirements or updates regarding masks optional. In addition to seven exhibitions each year, they offer Art Studio Everyday Projects and provide materials, and several short film screenings daily of animated new and classic picture books or family documentaries about picture book illustrators.  They also have daily storytimes, a 6,000+ picture book reading library, and offer performances and events. They do not have a restaurant, but they have a cafe with Berkshire Naturals vending machines stocked with healthy snacks, water fountain, and they allow you to bring in food at their cafe or picnic areas. There is a nearby market for picnic supplies, Atkins Farms Country Market.  

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or open your reservation confirmation email.  Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (age 2 -17), children under 2 are free. At the entrance, show the FASNY Pick Up/Return Pass you check out from Adriance Library, Main Floor Reference Desk. Additional tickets $12 adults, and $8 children. Museum Policies include no large bags 14 inches, no food, no beverages. Museum is handicapped accessible.  Interactive equipment for all ages is now available. Guided tours are pre-arranged for groups of 10 or more, in advance, for a fee. Explore the world's larrgest and most comprehensive museum dedicated to the history, culture and science of firefighting. See their website for more information and the many special events for families on the weekends. 

Description: The Museum’s collection of over 20,000 artifacts, including 60 vintage fire engines, tells the story of firefighting and firefighters, spanning more than 300 years of history and firefighting heroes.  Explore collections online here, and selected exhibitions here.

Hours: Wednesday – Sundays, 10 AM – 4:30 PM, with Gift Shop open until 5:00 PM. 

Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays, and these holidays: Thanksgiving, New Year’s Day, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, and Independence Day.

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and may be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

NOTE: Pick Up Passes are marked "available" for Pick Up when the Library is Open - and NOT when Museum is open - so Check Museum Hours on Website as hours may change.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30  PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM  Jan. - June AND Sept. - Dec. 

Sundays in June and July, the Library is Closed. 

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Eligible for All Mid-Hudson Library System Library Card Holders

Admits: A family, defined as up to 5  people, to enter for the Roosevelt Presidential Museum and Library ONLY if you print the pass using the button  Print FDR Pass  at top of pass reservation to print the FDR's Public Library Guest Pass when either making the pass reservation OR from your emailed pass confirmation by clicking on “VIEW PASS INFO." Complete filling out pass for same date as the pass reservation. Surrender the pass at the ticket counter of the Wallace Visitor Center, and the pass bearer must show an ID.  Masks are required indoors.  

Printing Assistance: Please call or come to Adriance Memorial Library’s Reference Desk (Floor M) to request the FDR Pass to be printed after making your reservation for your date of visit. Reference Desk: (845) 485-3445 x 3702. 

Open: Seven days a week, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.  During winter weather, check the FDR website for delays. 

SPECIAL PRINTING INSTRUCTIONS: ONLY USE the  Print FDR Pass  button at the TOP of the page, below the FDR Logo.  This is the only pass FDR will accept for entry. To print the FDR Pass from your emailed pass confirmation, click on link VIEW PASS INFO, and click on:   Print FDR Pass 

Do NOT USE the  Print Pass  button that only appears during reservation process (at BOTTOM of the page) as FDR will NOT ACCEPT Print on Demand passes. 

   

Admits: 2 adults, 2 children (age 18 and under), and children under 12 are free with Library Pass at check in. Explore the museum campus, including Krieble Gallery, Griswold House, Chadwick Studio, Hartman Education Center, Rafal Landscape Center, and extensive gardens and grounds on the river. Last entry is one hour before closing.  Café Flo, May - October, 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, with reservations recommended at (860) 434-5542 x 126. Museum shop is open all year. 

Fall Wee Faerie Village October Event: Held annually during October, all visitors age 12 and over, including those with a Library Pass, pay a $5 fee, or surcharge, for the fund-raising exhibit, whether viewing the faerie houses or not. Children 12 and under admitted free, due to grant.

Hours: Open Tuesdays – Sunday, 10 AM - 5 PM, April - December, and 10 AM - 4 PM, January - March. Last entry is one hour before closing. Cafe Flo hours 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM, May - October. 

Two Options: Print pass when reservation is made OR Display Digital Pass on Cell Phone from emailed or texted Reservation Reminder under "VIEW PASS INFO" link. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

 

   

Admits: This pass may be used to gain admission at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum no more than seven days after the date of reservation (listed below).  If you need to reschedule your visit, please do so with the library. Passes presented more than seven days after your reservation date will not be accepted for entry.

This pass provides free admission for up to four adults or students, plus $5 admission for two additional guests.  Children under 12 years of age are always free. After security check, present the Library Pass at the entry desk for Express Admission.  NOTE: Library Pass Users do NOT need to make advance timed entry reservations, as they use Express Admission. 

Please visit the museum's website for hours, holiday hours, and emergency closings. 

See museum website for current Visitor Guidelines: Masks strongly encouraged, no coat check, limits on bag size for entry, no baby backpacks. Water bottles allowed but no outside food. FAQ includes amenities and policies. Resources for Visit: Brochure, map, digital guide, exhibitions -- download or access with free WiFi on-site. Accessibility Guide.

You must print this pass. It serves as your admission to the museum. Please print when the reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" on TixKeeper or go to your confirmation reservation email, View Pass Info link.  

   

Special Event for Holidays: Radiant Nights 2023: Dec. 15 – 17, 22, 23, 26-31. 5:00 – 8:00 PM at  Discounted Member Rates Tickets with Library Pass. Adult is $20, Youth is $10. Children 12 and under are Free.  Day visits are closed for the Season now.  See websites for photos of the buildings for this event -- to see the lighting.  Event description:

Join us for Radiant Nights at Hancock Shaker Village and enjoy a unique multisensory holiday experience where the Village will once again sparkle with more lights, farm animals, music, festive spirits, and holiday fun for the entire family.  Arrive anytime between 5pm and 7:30 to ensure you have enough time to enjoy the full experience of your evening in the Village.  In addition to drinks and snacks in the Discovery Barn, our Café will also be open providing lite fare and beverages. 

Pre-purchasing tickets is not required but encouraged.   Tickets can be exchanged for a different night but not refunded.   We reserve the right to cancel the event due to inclement weather and will do our best to communicate any such changes in the schedule.  In the case of a cancellation from Hancock Shaker Village, we will offer tickets to be exchanged for different night or a refund.

THE BELOW SEASONAL PASS IS NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL THEY RE-OPEN IN APRIL 2024

Admits: Two (2) adults and two (2) youths (13-17 years) for free, and children 12 and under are admitted free.  Special events may have tickets, see website.  Twenty historic buildings on 750 bucolic acres, including the iconic Round Stone Barn, Visitor Center, 22,000 objects, working farm, BB's Hot Spot is the new cafe 2023, Shaker Mercantile store on-site & online, and hiking trails.

Restrictions: As this is a working farm, no pets are allowed on the grounds. Service dogs welcomed. No tripods in historic buildings. Commercial photography requires advance permission. 

Accessibility: Wheelchair use is free and reserved by calling 413-443-0188 x 100. The Visitor Center, restrooms, galleries, store, cafe, and all meeting spaces are wheelchair accessible. Compact-dirt pathways and boardwalks throughout the Village provide access to the gardens and grounds, as well as the mile-long Farm & Forest Trail, which has interpretive signage. Some historic buildings are wheelchair accessible via ramp, including the Round Stone Barn and the Trustees’ Office & Store. Keep in mind, however, that most buildings in the historic Village are NOT wheelchair accessible.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults, 4 children (age 6 - 16) for free, and all children under age 5 are free using a Two Passes Laminated Together you check-out from Reference Desk. Present the pass at the Welcome Center for admission stickers. Guided tours are additional cost,Thurs. - Mon. 11 am, $10 each with 48 hr advance registration by calling 902-367-7968. The 412 acres includes: Robert and Mary’s House & Gardens (self-guided tour), 1903 Pullman Palace Car Sunbeam, Hildene Farm Goat Dairy & Cheese Making Facility, Dene Family Farm, 1832 Hollow Schoolhouse, greenhouse, Animal Barn with a variety of farm animals. 12 miles of trails, the Battern wetlands, and a 600 foot floating boardwalk. 

Closed:  Easter, Thanksgiving Day, and December 24, 25, 26 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Admits: 2 adults and their children to both locations near each other; The Outdoor Discovery Center (includes Grasshopper Grove Nature Play Area open Sat. & Sun. 10 am - 4 pm) and The Wildlife Education Center (includes Nature Museum open Sat. & Sun. 12 pm - 4 pm). The Nature Museum includes live animals and birds.. Hiking Trails are open daily, dawn to dusk – and are free, and a Trail Map is on their website. No pets on preserve.  Carry in, carry out.  Visit their website for more information. Special events offerred all year, with pre-registration and a small fee, for children, families, and adults. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass:  Login to “My Passes” with Library Card’s barcode. Click on “Pass Info Center” and click on “View Pass Info” to display pass (right click mouse; select print).

   

This Pick-Up Return Pass is checked out at Adriance Reference Desk, M Floor, and marked None Available when Library is Closed (so reserve a day in advance), and marked Closed when the Museum is Closed.  

Admits: Two adults and up to six children in the same household for free to the Museum galleries, with a choice of either attending a Planetarium Show OR a Glenview Home Tour, selected on-site at entrance when you arrive. Present the HRM Pick-Up Pass at the museum entrance.  Pass includes a 15% discount in the Museum Shop.  Wheelchairs are free, baby strollers allowed, with a large free parking lot on-site. 

Restrictions: The advance online ticketing for Planetarium Shows and Glenview Tours requires a fee, and does not include using a Library Pass to reserve tickets in advance for free.  You may select either one for free when arriving with the Library Pass depending on availability. Ticket cost varies for Adults, Seniors, and Youth.  No backpacks, food or beverages in galleries, and they have lockers available.   

Train to Museum:  Take the Metro-North Railroad's Hudson Line local train to Glenwood Station. Walk 1 block east on Glenwood Avenue, and then turn left onto Ravine Avenue. At the end of Ravine Avenue, enter Trevor Park. Follow the path to the main entrance of the Museum.

Hours: Wednesday – Friday, 12:00 – 5:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 11;00 AM  - 5:00 PM. First Fridays are Free, 5:00 - 8:00 PM monthly. Summer hours on Friday and Saturdays to 7:00 PM, so check the website.

Closed: Monday – Tuesday, and Thanksgiving, Christmas Day,  New Year's Day, and Juneteenth. 

Phone: 914-963-4550

Address: 511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701  (65.1 miles from Poughkeepsie) 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date). Pick Up Passes are Marked "Closed" when the Library is "Closed" -- and not when the Museum is closed, so check Museum website.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Jan. - June AND Sept. - Dec.

Sundays Closed in July and August

Pick Up/Return pass: Reserve for day of pick up and marked “Closed” when Library is closed. On holidays venue may be open, but Library closed - such as Labor Day weekend, so reserve a day early. Check out pass (inside pouch) for three (3) days including pick-up date, day to use pass, and day to return. Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

• Library card barcode must match reservation at check-out.
• Return to library branch where checked out, and you may use Book Drop to return.
• A $5.00 per day fine if returned after due date (okay to use drop box after closing time).
• If not returned within one week, pass is considered lost, and a replacement cost fined

   

This Pick-Up Return Pass is checked out at Boardman's Circulation Desk, and marked None Available when Library is Closed (so reserve a day in advance), and marked Closed when the Museum is Closed.  

Admits: Two adults and up to six children in the same household for free to the Museum galleries, with a choice of either attending a Planetarium Show OR a Glenview Home Tour, selected on-site at entrance when you arrive. Present the HRM Pick-Up Pass at the museum entrance.  Pass includes a 15% discount in the Museum Shop.  Wheelchairs are free, baby strollers allowed, with a large free parking lot on-site. 

Restrictions: The advance online ticketing for Planetarium Shows and Glenview Tours requires a fee, and does not include using a Library Pass to reserve tickets in advance for free.  You may select either one for free when arriving with the Library Pass depending on availability. Ticket cost varies for Adults, Seniors, and Youth.  No backpacks, food or beverages in galleries, and they have lockers available.   

Train to Museum:  Take the Metro-North Railroad's Hudson Line local train to Glenwood Station. Walk 1 block east on Glenwood Avenue, and then turn left onto Ravine Avenue. At the end of Ravine Avenue, enter Trevor Park. Follow the path to the main entrance of the Museum.

Hours: Wednesday – Friday, 12:00 – 5:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 11;00 AM  - 5:00 PM. First Fridays are Free, 5:00 - 8:00 PM monthly. Summer hours on Friday and Saturdays to 7:00 PM, so check the website.

Closed: Monday – Tuesday, and Thanksgiving, Christmas Day,  New Year's Day, and Juneteenth. 

Phone: 914-963-4550

Address: 511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701  (65.1 miles from Poughkeepsie) 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date). Pick Up Passes are Marked "Closed" when the Library is "Closed" -- and not when the Museum is closed, so check Museum website.

Note Boardman Road Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: Closed

Pick Up/Return pass: Reserve for day of pick up and marked “Closed” when Library is closed. On holidays venue may be open, but Library closed - such as Labor Day weekend, so reserve a day early. Check out pass (inside pouch) for three (3) days including pick-up date, day to use pass, and day to return. Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

• Library card barcode must match reservation at check-out.
• Return to library branch where checked out, and you may use Book Drop to return.
• A $5.00 per day fine if returned after due date (okay to use drop box after closing time).
• If not returned within one week, pass is considered lost, and a replacement cost fined

   

In October 2023, Intrepid Museum became the new museum name and new website on visiting. 

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (free) plus half-price ticket cost for added adults ($18) or added children ($13) with BOTH your PPLD Library Card and Printed Library Pass presented at the Welcome Center's Box Office, using the Member Express Line at Pier 86 entrance (for expedited ticketing) on the date of your reserved Intrepid Library Pass.  The Visitor Services team will print your general admission tickets.  Any added "Experiences" that have an additional cost, not part of your general admission, may be purchased at the Welcome Center's Box Office when you arrive.  Hours vary seasonally. Check their website’s Visit webpage,.

See Visitor Tips & Guidelines for how to get the most out of your visiting, and includes dining options on-site, and more. 

Ticket Information for Added Experiences:  Add-on tickets for Experiences such as 3 Flight Simulators, 3D/4D Films, Virtual Reality (VR) and Highlights Tour are described on their website.  If interested in purchasing tickets to these Experiences, do so at the Welcome Center's Box Office when you arrive. Note: the Experience and the Exhibition for the Concorde will re-open in Spring 2024 after maintence update. 

Restrictions: Library Passes are not applicable to Member events, programs, or simulator rides. Guests under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult to enter the Museum.

IMPORTANT: Your PPLD Library Card and Printed Intrepid Library Pass must BOTH be presented at the Express Member's Only Line, at the Box Office in the Welcome Center to enter on the date of the PPLD Intrepid Library Pass.

Print the pass, print when reservation is rmade - as it is easier.  To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" (red button in TixKeeper) with Library card's barcode or use your emailed confirmation reservation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Guided Mansion Tours with Pass: May 1- Oct. 31 (Fri. - Mon.); Gardens & Grounds (no Pass needed) April – Dec 10 am - 5 pm.; Visitor's Center & Museum Shop (no Pass needed) Jan. - Dec. 10 am - 5 pm. 

Admits: Two adults and up to four children, 18 years and under, to Guided Mansion Tours. Display your printed PPLD Locust Grove Pass at the Museum Gift Shop in the Visitor Center. If your family is larger than what the pass admits, admission is $20 per person. The Pass is not good for special events, or fundraising events, including Holiday Mansion events, which require the purchase of tickets. 

Locust Grove Mansion Tours: Tours are offered first come, first served, May 1 – Oct. 31, Fri., Sat., Sun. and Mon.  Tour size is usually 8 people.Tour times are 10:15 am, 11:30 am, 12:45 pm, 2:00 pm, 3:15 pm.  Holiday Mansion Tours are special fund-raising events and have a ticket price, and no Library Pass is available.

Visitor Center, Museum Shop, Galleries, Gardens, and Grounds: These areas do not require a fee or Library Pass, but you must check in and out at the Visitor Center. The Visitor Center and Museum Shop is open Jan. - Dec., 10 AM - 5 PM.  The Gardens, Grounds and Galleries are open April – Dec., 10 AM – 5 PM, daily for free.  Donations are encouraged and greatly appreciated to assist in maintaining the Gardens & Grounds. 

Accessibility: The Mansion does not have wheelchair access, but the gravel path to the Mansion is level. Stairs on Tour include: 7 steps to front door, 17 to second floor, and 10 to ground floor. Handicapped parking is available, and the Visitor center has an accessible restroom. Level gravel path to Visitor Center (100 ft), and to Mansion (300 ft.), and throughout the gardens and grounds.

Hiking Trails Map: Five miles of 19th century carriage roads and trails wind through forests and meadows. River beautiful views along Sawmill Trail, Cascade Trail or Shady Lane Loop.

Policies: All guests must check in and out at the Museum Shop in Visitor’s Center; Keep pets leashed and remove waste; Do not collect plants, flowers, wildlife, or artifacts; Picnic in designated areas only and remove all trash; No alcoholic beverages; No motorized vehicles or bicycles; No hunting or shooting; No sunbathing; No sports; No fires or barbecues; Purchase of a photography permit for any family, wedding or event photography is required. 

Hours:  Mansion Tours with Library Pass: May 1 - Oct. 31, Fri.- Mon. Visitor Center & Museum Shop:  Jan. - March, M-F; AND April - Dec. 30 daily, 10 AM - 5PM.  Galleries, Grounds & Gardens: April - Dec. 30, daily, 10 AM - 5 PM.  

Closed: Visitor Center closed weekends Jan. - March; Gardens & Grounds closed Jan. - March and Dec. 31; Holidays closed are Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Easter.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: With purchase of 1 adult admission receive either an additional 1 adult admission OR 2 children admissions (age 5 & under always free) for free General Mark Twain House Tour. Advance reserved tickets for date and time strongly encouraged due to limited capacity and tours sell out.  Library Pass Users may purchase reserved tickets two ways: by phone or online. The online ticketing requires using appropriate Library Promo Code for discounted payment on selected date of Library Pass for tour time slot and instructions are below OR  you may call (860) 280-3112 to arrange Required Timed Entry Tickets for the date you reserve this Library Discount Pass.  The General Mark Twain House Tour (1 hour) includes Museum exhibits, Ken Burn’s film, and gallery. Pass does not include the Ghost, Holiday or Living History tours. Tickets are timed entry and non-refundable. If you are a little late, they may be able to catch you up to your tour. One discount per party per visit. Free parking. Tour Times will display during ticketing, starting 9:45 am with last tour 3:15 pm. Facial mask are required whether vaccinated or not (no exceptions). Please see their Guide to Visiting to plan your visit. If you don't have a mask, they will give you one. First floor is wheelchair accessible. No elevator. Stairs have 41 steps up, 40 steps down. For Visiting Information,go to their webiste. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ONLINE TICKETING USING PROMO CODE DISCOUNT 
Promo code Library42 for two adult house tour tickets for the discounted price (will be $13 each instead of $28 each for 2 adults)
Promo code Library43 for party of three (one adult & 2 children) (will be $8.50 each for 3 tickets for 1 adult & 2 children)
1. Got to MarkTwainHouse.org, Hours and Admission, and click on the "Book your Tour" button on the home page.
2. Choose the Mark Twain House Tour (general tour daily). Select same date as Library Pass Reservation and select the time you wish to tour the house.
3. Click on Add Promo Code for box to open and enter the right promo codes listed above for either two adults (code is Library42) or 1 adult & 2 children (code is Library43) and then click BROWN ARROW BUTTON to apply the code.  Be sure to enter promo code
BEFORE next step to select seats = 1 green dot per person. 
4 Next Click "Select seats from the map". The number of green dots shows how many spots are left on the tour. Click one green dot per person.  Then, select the ticket rate for discount promo rate, such as $13 promo rate Adult, then pick a second green dot and add the other $13 promo ticket. If you have three people or 3 dots  (1 adult and 2 children),you would select 3 dots at the $8.50 promo rate.
5. Add tickets to your cart, complete all the fields and click the "Place Order" button. The patron will get an email confirmation containing their ETickets.

Either Print pass when reservation is made OR You may also display Pass Digitally on your cell phone from your emailed Reservation, under link View Pass Info to display. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or locate your emailed confirmation reservation Pass Info. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (ages 6 – 16) for museum admission only, and children under 6 are free. Masks are optional.  Present either the Printed Library Pass or Digital Display of Pass on a Mobile Phone (using Text or Emailed Confirmation with link "View Pass Info") at the Box Office on the date of pass reservation. No timed-entry reservation is required for Library Pass Holders to enter. Some installations require an advanced free timed-entry reservation, such as James Turrell (see below) and other current exhbitions. You book these timed reservations for exhibition entry on their website in advance as sometimes they fill up (see below).Cafe is open. Hours change seasonally.  View a map of MASS MoCA here. For questions, call the Box Office at (413) 662-2111 ext. 1. They offer many ticked special events, performances, and music concerts, see website for details. 

The James Turrell: Into the Light exhibit (on view through 2025) requires a free timed-entry reservation. To make a reservation, click herePlease note kids must be 6 and older to enter James Turrell’s Perfectly Clear and Hind Sight. For Perfectly Clear, kids 6-12 need to hold the hand of an adult while inside the installation.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Pick Up and Return at all library locations; 12 passes total

Admits: Each pass admits one adult and children age 15 and under for free with an adult, and two passes may be reserved per day. Teens, age 16-17, may sign out an additional pass with a parent or guardian. Follow instructions on the Library Pass,  and who Library Pass at any of the five Trailheads or Visitor Center to receive a free day use wristband.  The Visitor Center is open daily 9 am - 5 pm. Read both sides of the Mohonk Preserve Pass, and included is the Risk Waiver. Go to their website for maps, 5 trailhead locations, parking info, and pet rules.  

Directions, Maps & Trails: here

Hours: Preserve Lands are open 9 am to day use pass users (7 am members) and close 1 hour after sunset  and Visitor Center 9 am - 5 pm daily with exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve at Noon, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. 

Mohonk Mountain House Policy: While the pass does not provide admission to Mohonk Mountain House or Minnewaska State Park, you may hike on to either property approximately six miles from the Preserve’s trails, but you may not enter the hotel or use facilities.

Parking: All five trailheads have parking lotsThey can fill up early on peak weekends.  Car-pooling and use of long-term parking lots at Preserve’s Visitor Center and at West Trapps parking lot, located ½ mile and 1½ mile respectively from the intersection of Routes 299 and 44/55, are suggested. See website for more information.

Visitor Center3197 State Route 44-55  Gardiner, NY 12525  (20 miles from Poughkeepsie)  845-255-0919

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Januayr - June AND September - December

Sundays CLOSED in July & August

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine (ok to use Book Drop after closing time or before opening time next day to avoid late fine).
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Pick Up and Return at all library locations; 12 passes total

Admits: Each pass admits one adult and children age 15 and under for free with an adult, and two passes may be reserved per day. Teens, age 16-17, may sign out an additional pass with a parent or guardian. Follow instructions on the Library Pass,  and who Library Pass at any of the five Trailheads or Visitor Center to receive a free day use wristband.  The Visitor Center is open daily 9 am - 5 pm. Read both sides of the Mohonk Preserve Pass, and included is the Risk Waiver. Go to their website for maps, 5 trailhead locations, parking info, and pet rules.  

Directions, Maps & Trails: here

Hours: Preserve Lands are open 9 am to day use pass users (7 am members) and close 1 hour after sunset  and Visitor Center 9 am - 5 pm daily with exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve at Noon, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. 

Mohonk Mountain House Policy: While the pass does not provide admission to Mohonk Mountain House or Minnewaska State Park, you may hike on to either property approximately six miles from the Preserve’s trails, but you may not enter the hotel or use facilities.

Parking: All five trailheads have parking lots.  They can fill up early on peak weekends.  Car-pooling and use of long-term parking lots at Preserve’s Visitor Center and at West Trapps parking lot, located ½ mile and 1½ mile respectively from the intersection of Routes 299 and 44/55, are suggested. See website for more information.

Visitor Center3197 State Route 44-55  Gardiner, NY 12525  (20 miles from Poughkeepsie)  845-255-0919

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Pick Up and Return at all library locations; 12 passes total.

Admits: Each pass admits one adult and children age 15 and under for free with an adult, and two passes may be reserved per day. Teens, age 16-17, may sign out an additional pass with a parent or guardian. Follow instructions on the Library Pass,  and who Library Pass at any of the five Trailheads or Visitor Center to receive a free day use wristband.  The Visitor Center is open daily 9 am - 5 pm. Read both sides of the Mohonk Preserve Pass, and included is the Risk Waiver. Go to their website for maps, 5 trailhead locations, parking info, and pet rules.  

Directions, Maps & Trails: here

Hours: Preserve Lands are open 9 am to day use pass users (7 am members) and close 1 hour after sunset  and Visitor Center 9 am - 5 pm daily with exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve at Noon, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. 

Mohonk Mountain House Policy: While the pass does not provide admission to Mohonk Mountain House or Minnewaska State Park, you may hike on to either property approximately six miles from the Preserve’s trails, but you may not enter the hotel or use facilities.

Parking: All five trailheads have parking lots.  They can fill up early on peak weekends.  Car-pooling and use of long-term parking lots at Preserve’s Visitor Center and at West Trapps parking lot, located ½ mile and 1½ mile respectively from the intersection of Routes 299 and 44/55, are suggested. See website for more information.

Visitor Center3197 State Route 44-55  Gardiner, NY 12525  (20 miles from Poughkeepsie)  845-255-0919

 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Sadie Peterson Delaney African Roots Library hours to check-out the Empire Pass is below.  The pass (in the pouch) may be returned to SPD during opening hours OR the SPD book drop on the second floor when the building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM & Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.

SPD hours for checking out a pass are below and in 2024 these hours will change:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Tuesday & Thursday: 1 AM - 5 PM

Saturday: Closed UNLESS Events are Scheduled

Sunday: Closed

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop of the Library where the pass was checked out.  For SPD the book drop is inside the FPC building on the 2nd floor, same as the Library, and accessible when the FPC building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM and Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

 

   

This Pick Up/Return Pass is checkout at Adriance when library Open, so it has been marked NONE Available when Library is Closed -- so reserve the day before to use.  Pass is marked CLOSED when Museum is closed M-W

Admits: Two adults (age 17 and up) OR 2 people any age free, and 16 and under are free. Museum is 85,000 square ft, with 650 motorcycles and over 3,000 memorabilia. If your group is larger, Adults $15.  Museum is self-guided, handicapped accessible, with free parking. Mobility scooters are available. 

Hours: Motorcyclepedia Museum: Thursday, 5-8 PM, Friday – Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM.  Velocipede Museum (check hours): Fridays, 10 AM - 3 PM. Check website to confirm, as hours may change.  Both are open year round. Check website or call to see if open major holidays.

Closed: Motorcyclepedia:  Mon. - Wed.; and new late night open Thursday 5-8 PM.  Velocipede: Saturday – Thursday. Check website or call it see if closed on holidays.  

Addresses: Two locations: Motorcyclepedia is at 250 Lake Street, Newburgh, NY 12250 and Velocipede is at 109 Liberty Street, Newburgh, NY 12550.(18.5 miles from Poughkeepsie.)

Phone: (845) 569-9065

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 9 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Januayr - June AND September - December

Sundays CLOSED in July & August

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

 

This Pick Up/Return Pass is checkout at Boardman when library Open, so it has been marked NONE Available when Library is Closed -- so reserve the day before to use.  Pass is marked CLOSED when Museum is closed

Admits: Two adults (age 17 and up) OR 2 people any age free, and 16 and under are free. Museum is 85,000 square ft, with 650 motorcycles and over 3,000 memorabilia. If your group is larger, Adults $15.  Museum is self-guided, handicapped accessible, with free parking. Mobility scooters are available. 

Hours: Motorcyclepedia Museum: Thursday, 5-8 PM, Friday – Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM.  Velocipede Museum (check hours): Fridays, 10 AM - 3 PM. Check website to confirm, as hours may change.  Both are open year round. Check website or call to see if open major holidays.

Closed: Motorcyclepedia:  Mon. - Wed.; and new late night open Thursday 5-8 PM.  Velocipede: Saturday – Thursday. Check website or call it see if closed on holidays.  

Addresses: Two locations: Motorcyclepedia is at 250 Lake Street, Newburgh, NY 12250 and Velocipede is at 109 Liberty Street, Newburgh, NY 12550.(18.5 miles from Poughkeepsie.)

Phone: (845) 569-9065

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 9 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

 

 

Admits: 4 persons to museum and special exhibits. Children 2 and under are free. If group size is larger, additional tickets may be purchased onsite (cash or card) or online.  The café is open 10:00 am - 3:00 pm and is cashless for food and beverage purchases, accepting credit cards noted on website.  The museum shop accepts both cash and credit cards   Please see website for visiting information, parking, maps, current exhibitions, directions, and policies. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 4 people for free admission & a Venetian Carousel ride at New England Carousel Museum & Museum of Fire History (in same 33,000 sq. ft building). Additional carousel rides for $1 or $3 for ten rides. Public tours Wed.-Fri. at Noon and 2:00 PM. Museum has wheelchair accessible restrooms, an elevator, and a low vision tour.  Note: In downtown Hartford CT,  at 1 Jewell St., Bushnell Park also has a carousel with rides, 30 min. away, and no longer covered by the NECM library pass and will have a small fee per ride.

Hours: Wed. 10 am - 5 pm, Thurs 10 am - 8 pm, Fri - Sat 10 am - 5 pm, and Sunday Noon – 5 pm. Monday & Tuesday they are closed, but visits may be possible if you call for an appointment (860) 585-5411.

Holidays Open: Open local school holidays, call to confirm. Closed: New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or locate your emailed reservation confirmation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

Reduced Admission Pass: Admits 2 adults at a discounted rate of $10 each adult, and children 18 and under are admitted free. Library pass users present the pass, printed or digital display on cell phone, to receive the discount at the entrance. There is no advance ticketing when using the Library Pass. Masks are optional. Pass includes a 10% discount in the Museum Store.  In 2024, Rockwell's Studio is open May 2nd - Nov. 10th, and the Terrace Cafe opens in June and closed late Oct. Cafe has a covered outdoor patio. Picnics on the grounds are allowed. Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri. 10 am - 4 pm; Sat. & Sun. 10 am - 5 pm, closed Wed. 

Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 10 AM – 4 PM, and Saturday and Sunday: 10 AM – 5 PM. Closed Wednesdays and Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and first week of January.

Print pass when reservation is made OR Display Digital Pass on Cell Phone from emailed or texted Reservation Reminder under "View Pass Info". To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Admits: 2 people (age 13 and up), and children 16 and under are free BUT MUST BE INCLUDED in the Reservation Count  -  for the House Tours (main floor or 2nd floor) OR Landscape Walking Tours (30 min. or 60 min.), with a REQUIRED Timed Entry Reservation You Make By Calling Olana at (518) 751-0344 and include TOTAL number of children with adults.  If you do not call to book in advance, your library pass will not be honored. You will need to pay full price to join a tour, depending on availability.  Arrive 20 minutes before your Tour Time to check in at the Visitor Center, and note that you will forfeit your  tour reservation to a waitlist at 5 minutes before the Tour Time if you have not checked in. Present the PPLD Olana Library Pass either Printed or Digital Display on your cell phone. Tours days and times vary seasonally. Prior to calling you may check their Tour availability on their website’s Ticketing Calendar. Library Pass holders must call in to reserve a Tour Time with Olana in addition to reserving the library pass for the date of your visit.  Library Pass NOT valid for discount on Electronic Carriage Tours. Library pass includes 15% discount at Museum shop. If the parking lot is full, you may park on right side only of the main road. Grounds open 8 AM to sunset for free. Visit Olana website for Maps to 250 acres and trails, and Park Use Guidelines. 

NOTE: Parking may be a distance from the tour check-in point at the Visitor Center. Olana encourages anyone with mobility concerns to call in advance about accommodations, as Olana is not fully accessible. There is a lift for the first floor, and not for the second floor.

You must either print the pass OR display pass digitally on your cell phone from your emailed confirmation or text reminder's  under the Pass Info link. Only valid for the reserved date of visit printed on your pass.  Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass or use digital display of pass: Find emailed Reservation (or Reminder Text or Email) and click on "View Pass Info. "  Or, on the Tixkeeper Webpage, Login to "My Passes" with Your Library Card's barcode to see current Reservation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Open daily May 1 to Oct. 31 from 10 AM to 5 PM.  Air Shows on weekends, 2:00 - 4:00 PM, from June 17 to Oct. 15, 2023, included in Library Pass. Details below.  Saturday show is History of Flight, and Sunday.is WWI. 

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (5 – 17), and children under 5 free with the printed Library Pass on the date of your Library Pass Reservation.  Library Pass users do not need to call or reserve timed tickets. If your group size is larger, you will need to pay ticket prices for additional people. Follow safety guidelines on website. Library Pass includes Sat. or Sun. Air Shows, when scheduled. Two different Air Shows beginning June 17th to Oct. 15th, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM. Sat. air show is History of Flight, and Sun. is WWI.  10% discount in gift shops with Library Pass. Special Events & Biplane Rides cost and information on website. Museum is open daily 10 AM - 5:00 PM, May 1 to Oct. 31. See website to explore the collection online, 77 vintage airplanes and 33 classic vehicles, in four buildings.

Note: Museum is housed in four buildings, with over  60 vintage aircraft, many antique automobiles and motorcycles, and related memorabilia in a classic small town airport. You may explore the collection online.  Colen Palen founded in 1958  built it into a world-renowned destination as America’s first flying museum of antique aircraft.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Find emailed Reservation and click on View Pass Info OR  On the Tixkeeper webpage, Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults and their dependent children to OPUS 40, with a Timed-Entry Reservation made on their website's menu header "Plan A Visit" for instructions and reservation calendar. Under Reserve Tickets, select date, a 2 hour time slot, and under "Member" enter up to 2 adults and their dependent children at no cost. If group size is larger, purchase additional tickets.  Upon arrival, show the Library's Opus 40 Pass (printed or display on mobile phone) and your timed entry reservation.  Indoors, masks are requested, but not required. Please view policies and FAQ before you arrive regarding any restrictions, parents accompanying children, etc. Picnics are welcome. Printed trail maps are available at Opus 40 or online trail map from their website. No pets other than service dogs.  See their many weekly events and series on their website.  Speical events require paid ticketing and reservations, and are not included in the Library's Opus 40  MAP Pass. 

Print pass when reservation is made.  Note that Opus 40 will accept digital pass display on your mobile phone. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode OR use link in your emailed reservation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

This Pick Up/Return Pass is checked-out at Adriance when library is Open, so it has been marked NONE Available when Library is Closed but the Museum is open -- so reserve the day before to use, as Museum closed 4 days a year. 

Admits: One free admission with each purchase of one admission. A maximum of 3 free admissions. Price for one admission per person is $18 (adults & children) and seniors (62+) $14. Free for children under 1 year and active duty military personnel and their immediate family. Pass limited to one family per day. Special events may incur additional fee. Check calendar for details. 

Restrictions: May not combine pass with other discounts.

Hours: Open seven days a week, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Closes early at 3 pm on July 4th, Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. 

Holidays Open: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Labor Day, Columbus Day, and Veterans Day. Closing Early at 3:00 PM on July 4th, Thanksgiving Eve, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. 

Closed Four Holidays Only: New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.

Phone: 203-899-0606

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Jan.- June AND Sept. - Dec.  AND Closed July & August

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Log House Tours with Required Advance Reservations  you book on their website as Members for 2 Adults and all Children under 18.  Currently, Saturday tours only during reconstruction. 

Admits: Two adults and all children up to age 18 in a household for guided Log Home Tour if the interior, with REQUIRED Tour Reservations you book in advance on their website for date of Library Pass. On their website, select Visit, and select Log House Tours.  Next, select date from calendar (green square), select a time (12 pm or 3 pm) and enter number in group under Members for 2 adults and children under 18.  During construction, pre-registered tour attendees will arrive 10-15 minutes before the tour and gather at the ground level of the Education Center, near seating and public restrooms. Public Indoor Log House Tours, during reconstruction, are by appointment only.  Log House tours are 1 hour, on Saturdays at 12 pm and 3 pm. . Restrooms availabe in Education Center, and masks are currently optional. Museum Shop not open, but available online. Thirty acre grounds open dawn to dusk. 

GPS Address: 5 Manor Lane, Morris Plains, NJ 07950.  From I 287 South to Exit 39B, Route 10 West about 3 miles. Right on Manor Lane.  

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

 

   

SKAC Pick Up/Return Pass is marked NONE when the Library is Closed, but SKAC may be Open. SKAC is Closed Tuesdays, but marked AVAILABLE so you may either Check Out or Return a Pass.

Admits: Up to six people in ONE vehicle, with children under age 5 not counted toward the vehicle total.  The SKAC MAP Pass is now a  Pick Up / Return Pass you check out from the library as a 3 day loan. Reserve for the day you check out the pass from the Reference Desk on the Main Floor (reservation must match library card at check out), visit Storm King the next day, and return the pass the following day at Circulation Desk or Book Drop. Show the Storm King Pass at the vehicle entrance booth. You do not need tickets or reservations. Hours and last entry (1.5 hours before closing) time vary seasonally. Pass may be used for Member Only hour, Sunday  9-10 am.  See their website under Visit for information to plan your day, amenities, map, hours, last entry time, tram information, and policies, such as no smoking,vaping, pets, music, sports, cooking, drones, personal bicycles, skateboards, rollerskates, etc. Picnic away from sculptures, tables are provided, or you may bring a blanket. Storm King advises visitors to dress for the weather, bring sunscreen and a water bottle, and wear comfortable shoes.

Note: On their website, under Visit,  you will find information on accessibility, digital guide, free tours, tram schedule and four tram stops, food options (seasonal cafe and/or food truck), bike rentals, visitor policies, amenities, elevator to Museum Hill, and map of grounds, sculptures, and restrooms.  Vending machines are by the elevator with snacks and seasonal items. Water bottle filling station is near restrooms on Museum Hill. Picnics allowed in designated areas, or on blankets away from sculptures.

Closed: Days and hours open will vary by season, including last entry time, so please check website.  Tuesdays closed, and closed mid-December until Winter Weekends begin January - March  Reopens in April to six days a week in warmer months, with later evening hours on Fridays and Saturdays.   

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).  Pick Up/Return passes are marked NONE for when the Library is Closed (but Venue may be Open). Some dates Venue is closed in Dec. - March off season are marked closed to avoid reserving when they are closed.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM  Jan. - June & Sept. - Dec. and Closed Sundays in June and July. 

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

SKAC Pick Up/Return Pass is marked NONE when the Library is Closed, but SKAC may be Open. SKAC is Closed Tuesdays, but marked AVAILABLE so you may either Check Out or Return a Pass at the Library.

Admits: Up to six people in ONE vehicle, with children under age 5 not counted toward the vehicle total.  The SKAC MAP Pass is now a  Pick Up / Return Pass you check out from the library as a 3 day loan. Reserve for the day you check out the pass from the Circulation Desk (reservation must match library card at check out), visit Storm King the next day, and return the pass the following day at Circulation Desk or Book Drop. Show the Storm King Pass at the vehicle entrance booth. You do not need tickets or reservations. Hours and last entry (1.5 hours before closing) time vary seasonally. Pass may be used for Member Only hour, Sunday  9-10 am.  See their website under Visit for information to plan your day, amenities, map, hours, last entry time, tram information, and policies, such as no smoking, vaping, pets, music, sports, cooking, drones, personal bicycles, skateboards, rollerskates, etc. Picnic away from sculptures, tables are provided, or you may bring a blanket. Storm King advises visitors to dress for the weather, bring sunscreen and a water bottle, and wear comfortable shoes.

Note: On their website, under Visit,  you will find information on accessibility, digital guide, free tours, tram schedule and four tram stops, food options (seasonal cafe and/or food truck), bike rentals, visitor policies, amenities, elevator to Museum Hill, and map of grounds, sculptures, and restrooms.  Vending machines are by the elevator with snacks and seasonal items. Water bottle filling station is near restrooms on Museum Hill. Picnics allowed in designated areas, or on blankets away from sculptures.

Closed: Days and hours open will vary by season, including last entry time, so please check website.  Tuesdays closed, and closed mid-December until Winter Weekends begin January - March  Reopens in April to six days a week in warmer months, with later evening hours on Fridays and Saturdays.   

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).  Pick Up/Return passes are marked NONE for when the Library is Closed (not the Venue may be open). Some dates Venue is closed in Dec. - March off season are marked closed to avoid reserving when they are closed.

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Admits: Two Adults (age 16 and up), plus any children (age 15 and under) for free with advanced Timed-Entry Tickets that you will book as “Members” on their website, instructions below. They will take walk-ins with Library Pass if availability allows. To ensure entry, arrive 15 minutes early to check in at the Visitor’s Center entrance, with a Printed Pass or Display Digital Pass on mobile phone. They offer both Self-Guided or Guided Tours, and special tours. They may sell out, so advanced ticket reservations strongly  encouraged. Grounds are free, dusk to dawn daily.

 

Instructions for Recommended Timed-Entry Ticketing: On their website, book a Timed-Entry Ticket for the same date as the Library Pass, and the hour, arriving 15 minutes early to check in at the Visitor Center.  Enter up to two “Member” age 16+ tickets for free, and enter any “Children” age 15 and under for free.

Accessibility: The Main House’s first floor is wheelchair accessible using an elevator lift, and the second floor requires climbing a flight of stairs. The 1839 Old Studio, New Studio, Visitor Center and Gift Shop are all wheelchair accessible. The parking lot is asphalt and includes handicap parking spaces. The walking paths are loose gravel. See their accessibility web page or email info@thomascole.org.

Hours: Hours vary by season, see website.  Note in summer months it is 10 AM – 5 PM, Wed. – Sun.. Open Juneteenth and July 4th holidays, but no Monday holidays.

Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays, and closed for Thanksgiving, Friday after Thanksgiving, and mid-December to mid-March.

Hudson River Skywalk: a pedestrian path, approximately three miles one way or six miles roundtrip, that connects the historic homes and studios of Hudson River School artists Thomas Cole and Frederic Church’s Olana. Both are MAP Pass destinations. 

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults and their (up to 4) dependent children. YOU MUST ALSO MAKE A TIMED ENTRY RESERVATION to visit the Trevor Zoo on their website at WWW.TREVORZOO.ORG. for the same date as the library pass. You may arrive either 60 minutes before or after your reservation, as noted on their website, and stay as long as you wish. Your PPLD library pass will be your admission ticket. If your group is larger than the pass admits limit, note that admission cost is collected when you arrive for people not included in the Library Pass. However, reservations for the total group size are made in advance.  Masks are no longer required at the zoo. See website for all requirements or changes in policies. Open 9 am - 5 pm. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass:  Login to “My Passes” with Library Card’s barcode. Click on “Pass Info Center” and click on “View Pass Info” to display pass (right click mouse; select print).

 

   

Museum and Ship are run separately & hours & entrance requirements vary. Check each website for Museum or Ship for hours or closures.

Admits: Free admission to the Museum for parties of 9 or fewer with the Library Pass.  There are no advanced  reservations required for entry. The USSCM Library Pass may be printed or displayed digitally on a cell phone, using your emailed reservation confirmation with link View Pass Info or a text reminder if you sign up for one.  One pass per party.  Entrance to the Ship is free and has a required state or federal government issued photo ID, or a passport, for ages 18+, as well as an inspection and restrictions (see website for details & security checks similar to an airport).

Note that the USS Constitution Museum and the Ship are run separately and do not have the same hours of operation. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To display digitally on cell phone, your emailed Reservation has link "Pass Info" to click on to display the pass or use Text Reminder if sign up for one.  To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or find your emailed Reservation Confirmation with Link. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

Admits: Two adults and two children for a Guided Tour of the USS Slater, docked on the Hudson River at Albany. Children, 5 and under, are free. Guided Tours begin every 30 minutes, for 1 hour, between 10 am – 3:30 pm. Present the library pass, either printed or digital display on cell phone, at the store. Library pass users may upgrade to Stem to Stern Tour (2 hrs.) with approx. $12 discounted off the tour price, or downgrade for free to select an Abbreviated Tour (30 min.) of either the Engine Room (age 13+ w/ exceptions), Collections (museum artifacts), or Main Deck (no stairs). Tours are rain or shine.  Free parking. Restrooms at the store before boarding, but not on the ship.

Ship Tours: The Guided Tour includes 6–8 stairs with railings, some tight spaces or steep stairs, and may be strenuous for some visitors. Recommend wearing non-slip walking shoes, low heels, and sunscreen. Use facilities on shore before tour, as no restrooms on ship. All tours are guided and personalize your experience, transporting you back to July 1945, as you are led into the watch stations, battle stations, and living compartments of the sailors.

Restrictions: Water bottles and closed beverage containers are allowed on ship. Smoking, open containers, eating, or gum chewing is not permitted aboard ship. Large bags, strollers, and tripods are not permitted aboard ship. The store sells limited snacks and beverages, with limited room to store large bags or strollers. The parking lot is locked for the night after the last tour ends.

Open: Wednesday – Sunday, plus all Monday Holidays and July 4th from April – November.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults (18 +) for free. Youth age 17 and under are free. Present Wadsworth MAP Pass at the Museum's entrance, either printed or digital display on cell phone. Walk-ins are accomodated. Public tours are availabe with the pass, and can be pre-registered for online. The Main Entrance is 600 Main St. and handicapped accessible entrance is Avery Entrance at 29 Antheneum Square North.  See visiting information and FAQ on website. Coat check & bag storage available.  Two events have a per person fund-raising fee of  approx. $5 with Library Pass -- Fine Art & Flowers (in April) and Festival of Trees & Traditions (in Dec.).  Hours: Thurs. - Sun., 12-5 pm.  Cafe: Thurs. - Sat., 12-5 pm. Parking information on website.

Print pass when reservation is made and/or display pass digitally on your mobile device via text message link or emailed reservation link called View Pass Info.  To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Nature Museum open Tues.-Sun.  Grounds & Trails open 24/7.  Trail Maps to 40 miles of trails on website, includes the largest lake in CT.  Picnic areas available. 

Admits: Entry to Nature Museum for 2 adults and up to 4 children.  There is free access to the 40 miles of trails within the 4,000 acres of the White Memorial Foundation that include the Education Center grounds, forests, 60 miles of Bantam Lake's shoreline, boat launch, swimming areas, river, wetlands, and ponds.  Trail maps on website. Nature Museum is open Tues. - Sun. Hours will vary in winter for Nature museum: Tues - Sat. 10 am to 5:00 pm. Sundays 12 pm - 5 pm.. Closed Mondays. Pass not valid on Family Nature Day in late Sept for selected date as varies annually.

About the Museum: https://whitememorialcc.org/museum/

Property Highlights: https://whitememorialcc.org/our-property/

Restrictions: Dogs must be leashed, no longer than 7 feet. Carry in/carry out policy for picnic waste.  

Closed: Nature Museum ia closed Mondays and on major holidays. However, grounds and trails are always open 24/7.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print. 

   

Admits: Four youth (ages 5 – 17) for free, plus children 4 and under for free, and two adults for discounted cost of $10 each to pay on-site with Library Pass no reservation. Children do not have to be related to adult pass users. Do not use their online ticketing. At the entrance show the Library Pass. New 2023 is "Birdly," which gives the immersive experience of what it is like to fly like a bird, and costs $6 per person as an additional ticket at entrance, with 48 inch height limit. See website under "Inside" for details. Indoor exhibits and Waterside Cafe are open. Some trails and the Wild Walk are ADA accessible. Picnic in designated areas by parking lot, or indoor cafe, and tent area if available. Visit their website for information on all their is to see and do, and their FAQ. Sturdy shoes and dressing for the weather are recommended. Library Pass is not good for museum shop discount. Open rain or shine, and hours vary seasonally.   

Print Libary Pass when Reservation is made or download to display pass on cell phone, or display emailed confirmation or text reminder Library Pass under "View Pass Info" on Cell Phone if have WiFi.  As Internet may be spoty, printing Library Pass before traveling is recommended. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with your library card barcode and click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

Thursday April 18, 2024

Admits: Half Price Admission with Two Options: Select either 50% discount off for 2 adults and all children 17 and under; OR  50% off for up to 4 adults. Age 4 and under are always free. The discounted 50% ticket prices are: ages: 0-4 free, age 5-17 $7; students w/ID $7, age 18-64 $11; 65+ $10. Please show both your PPLD Library Card and the Printed ADKX Pass OR may be Digital Displayed on Cell Phone from Reservation Text or Confirmation Email by clicking on View Pass Info. Picnics allowed. Lakeview Cafe hours:10 AM - 4 PM. ADKX Store and Visitor Center 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM.  Open daily Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day. 10 AM - 5 PM. Wheelchairs, wheeled walkers & strollers are available first come, first serve. Service animals are welcome. Dogs or emotional support animals are not permitted. Free WiFi on-site.  As Internet in Adirondacks may be spotty, consider reserving and or printing your Library Pass out in advance. 

Highlights: Enjoy 120 spectacular acres, 20 buildings, exhibitions with immersive experiences. Hike ¾ mile Minnow Trail to the ADKX Boathouse to rent a vintage boat or canoe (check website for availability and rental rates.) Free Wi-Fi. Explore virtual exhibitions and programs all year. 

Visit Two Adirondack Destinations: The Wild Center & Adirondack Experience library passes may be reserved for the same day or weekend or week. 32 miles apart. 

Print Pass when Reservation is Made.  To re-print pass: Print from emailed reservation confirmation link "View Pass Info." OR Login to "My Passes" and click on "Pass Info Center" & click "View Pass Info" to print (right click mouse, select print). 

   

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (under age 18).  Museum is wheelchair accessible, and strollers and wheelchairs are available at the Admissions Desk. See website for current exhibtions, parking, and visiting information. 

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: The pass-holder and four adults, for a total of five guests (plus children 12 and under free) with Library Pass with an encouraged free Ticket Reservation made in advance on their website under "Visit."  Click on either "Purchase Tickets" or "Timed-entry tickets or reservations encouraged."  Select Date, Ticket Type "Member/**Free/Child" for free admission, and enter Quantity. Enter your contact information, and click on the "Continue to Payment" button at No Charge, and then click on "Complete Order." They will accept the printed library pass or digital display of pass on your mobile phone, using "View Pass Info" link in your emailed confirmation or text reminder.  Masks are optional. 15% discount museum store w/ pass. Free parking, elevator, strollers permitted, no cafe, and coat check is closed. RestrictionsIf event taking place that is included in price of admission, library pass users may attend free of change. The Library Pass is not eligible for special events that requires non-members to pay a fee or for member-only events. Hours: Sat.10 am -5 pm; Sun, Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri. 12-5. pm.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Pick Up your Vouchers in Advance of when go to the Museum. Note that dates marked None Available are when the Library is Closed and you cannot pick up Vouchers, but you can go to the Museum on those dates, as AMNH is only closed  2 days a year: Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.  

Admits: A MAP Pass reservation includes 1-3 ticket-voucher(s) that you pick up at the Adriance Reference Desk (on the Main floor). Children 2 years and under are admitted free. Each ticket-voucher may be redeemed at any museum entrance for one admission and your choice of one ticketed exhibition, IMAX film, or Planetarium show AND. Everyone must make an Advance Online  REQUIRED Reservation for Time of Entry on the Museum’s website. Note that Entry Times do sell out.   At the Entrance when you arrive, you select your choice of the free ticketed special exhibition with the option to pay for additional special exhibitions a the Member Rate as long as you have your Library Pass Receipt, anytime on the date of your visit. See Plan Your Visit: visiting information, three entrances, list of exhibitions (ticketed ones or the permanent ones included w/ admission), museum map, dining, & policies (bag size limit or no entry; no coat check).

  • To make your REQUIRED Timed Entry Reservation in advance on museum’s website, go to the Reserve Tickets webpage, and select “Passholders” to complete your reservation.
  • At any museum entrance (on your timed-entry reservation date), present a valid ID, the library ticket/voucher, and then you will be asked to select your choice of one ticketed exhibition, film, or show.The museum will keep the ticket/voucher. You do not need to return it to the library.
  • At the museum’s ticket desk, you may add additional ticketed exhibitions, shows, or films at the Member Price ($10 each) with a Library Pass ticket/voucher or receipt.
  • If you have a larger family or group, the Museum offers a “Pay What You Wish” and “Resident Pricing” found under the “NY, NJ, CT Residents” option (with valid ID at entrance). Please note “Pay as You Wish” is for General Admission only, and no added-on ticketed exhibitions, IMAX films, or Planetarium shows. Also, Resident Pricing tickets are $25 for no add-ons, $30 total for one add-on, or $35 total for all or multiple add-ons. 

Hours: Open daily, 10 am–5:30 pm. Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. It is highly recommended to view the temporary hall closures before booking your reservations.

Visit Museum Website for Plan Your Visit Information: Masks strongly encouraged, no coat check, limits on bag size for entry, on-site dining, no food in galleries, and other policies, as well as accessibility information, Explorer App to download for free, and multiple languages for museum maps and visiting informaiton webpages, and location of three entrances.

Note on Closed/Available Dates: Pick Up - No Return at Library passes are ticket vouchers are marked Available for Dates Library is Open (and available for Pick-Up), and Closed or None for Dates the Library is Closed.  The Museum is closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day, but the Adriance Library is closed additional dates as None Available for Pick Up.  Always check if website for temporary hall closures. 

Ticket Vouchers REQUIRE Timed-Entry-Reservation YOU MAKE on the Museum website in advance, as time slots fill up. 

Adriance Library hours are noted below. Please complete Pick Up of Voucher Tickets  at the Main Floor Reference Desk at least 15 Minutes before Closingr:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Jan. - June AND Sept. - Dec. 

Sundays in June and July the Library is Closed. 

You do not need to Print this Pass as THIS PASS DOES NOT SERVE AS YOUR ADMISSION TO AMNH.  You must pick up 1-3 ticket/vouchers at Adriance Reference Desk to use for General Admission + one add-on and make a REQUIRED Timed-Entry-Reservation on museum website, and bring NY state ID.  An emailed  confirmation of this reservation will be sent to you, or sign up for a Text Reminder with Pass Info Link included with this pass info.  To Cancel your Reservation: Login to "My Passes" button on TixKeeper MAP Pass webpage.  

   

Admits:  The revised Library Pass is a comination of Two (2) people for Free Admission AND the rest of your group will have Discounted Admission when you present the Library Pass at the Box Office, and discounted admission is reduced to $17 for Adult (16-64), $15 for Seniors, and $12 for Youth (5-15), and Children 4 and under are free.  (This is a savings of 12 to 8 dollars per ticket.). They accept both the Printed Pass or a Digital Display on your mobile phone from your emailed confirmation to text reminder. Library Pass users do not need a timed-entry reservation.  Check their calendar  to plan around any closing of exhibits, Center Court, or early closing due to special events. Open 10 AM – 4 PM daily, except some seasonal Winter Mondays and 3 holidays. Questions, call 1-877-446-6752. .

Restrictions: Backpacks and large bags are not allowed in museum unless needed for a medical reason. Food or beverages, with excpetion of water, may only be consumed on the public concourse or any of the on-site restaurants, but are not allowed in the museum’s exhibits. Pass not valid for special events. 

To Shoot Hoops on Center Court (if available): BHOF strongly recommends wearing sneakers while shooting baskets in Center Court. Sandals and slides will not be allowed in the slam dunk area. Games are not allowed. Half court shots are not allowed.

BHOF accepts Both a Printed Pass OR Digital Pass displayed on a mobile phone.  Print pass when reservation is made with Print Button, or save as PDF. To display pass digitally on phone or re-print pass: Use emailed reservation or text reminder. Click on "Pass Info Center" and/or  "View Pass Info" to display.  

   

April 29  - Oct. 31.  with exeption of Harvest Festival, Columbus Day weekend, tickets only.  Unitl Nov. 19, the indoor Art Galleries are open.  

Admits: Four (4) Adults for free, with children ages 12 and under free, from April 29 – Oct 31 for the date of your Library MAP Pass reservation. Tuesdays are Pay as You Wish. Present the Library Pass at the Garden Shop when you arrive and stay as long as you want. Admission includes gardens, art in the galleries and grounds, self guided audio tour, a free group tour at 11:00 AM each day June 1st - Sept. 1st (except July 4) and departs Visitor Center. Garden is generally wheelchair friendly, see website for more info. Reserve a wheelchair by calling (413) 320 – 4794. Leonhardt Galleries Hours, see webiste as varies with season and events, workshops, and programs are all year long, see website for information.

Restrictions: No smoking on grounds. Garden shop has snacks, beverages, and gifts. Picnics are permitted with carry in-carry out policy. Harvest Festival is Sat. & Sun (of Columbus Day weekend) and requires ticket purchase and no library passes accepted.  Special events, programs and workshops held all year may require tickets, some are free. Dogs not permitted except for registered service animals. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Admits: 50% off general admission for 2 adults, 2 children (age 4-17), and free for children 3 and under, when you present the Library Pass. They accept walk-ins and recommend an Advanced Reservation made by calling (413) 443-7171, ext. 360 to arrange a “Library Pass Reservation” for date and time OR use their website's online Reservation Tickets to select date, time, and enter number of Library Pass Adults and Library Pass Children.  Covid19 Policy requires facial masks for everyone 2 and over, and social distancing. Museum is fully wheelchair accessible. Open seven days a week, M-Sat 10am - 5pm, and Sun Noon-5pm. See below that accept both the Library Pass printed OR digital display on a mobile phone using View Pass Info link in your emailed reservation confirmation or text reminder.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: One adult plus 3 guests of any age (under age 4 is free), with a Timed-Entry Reservation (instructions below) for the Guided House Tour (45 minutes), and includes gardens, grounds and exhibitions.  Also,IF tours still available, will accept walk-in sign up for Mansion Tours at Welcome Center, or walk-in sign up for Grounds Pass Only.   Reserve your tour time in advance on Boscobel's website using the library member code for free admissioin, and rreserve before 5 pm the day before your visiting day:  1. Reserve PPLD Library MAP Pass for date of visit (Friiday - Monday). 2. Go to the Boscobel website, under to Visit or Event, and select Mansion Tour (or Grounds Only) for the same Date as Library Pass and select Tour Time. 3.Online Form, with several parts. On first form page enter the number of ticket types (pass includes 4) and under Library Pass Users, enter our library name Poughkeepsie Public Library District.  4. On second form page, the cost will be removed AFTER you enter our Promo Code in the Box and Apply it, and wait fo response. Our Code is MEMLIB21. Pass allows 4 guests (any age with under 4 free). 5. Complete the other parts of the Form, and when go to Check Out, will take you to Pop Up Payment Box.  They will send you an eTicket you can display on your mobile phone at the Welcome Center. Hours: 9 am to sunset for grounds, Fri - Mon. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print. 

   

Admits: 2 Adults and 2 Children. Children under 5 are free. For a guided tour, reserve the MAP pass for date you will go, make a PRIOR Tour Reservation, on the Bronck Museum website at Schedule a Tour for the same date, and check-out the reserved Bronck MAP Pass )Pick Up/Return) from the Adriance Reference Desk. Present the library pass at the Visitor Center. Tour groups are limited to 10 people.  The 1 hour guided tours are Wed.- Fri. (12 PM, 1:30 PM, and 3 PM); Sat (10:30 AM, 12 PM, 1:30 PM, 3 PM) and most Sundays (1 PM and 2:30 PM). A picnic area and restrooms are available. Masks and social distancing is required. At the Reservation calendar, fill in the “Quantity” for your group, click on the same date of reserved MAP Pass to select a tour time for your group size, and complete the reservation. To reserve a tour time, go to Schedule a Tour.  See their special events, sign up for their email with event and lecture notification.

Restrictions: Library Pass is not valid for special ticketed events which require a ticket purchase.  See website for special events planned. 

Open: Wednesday - Sundays starting Memorial Day weekend and usually ending mid-October, Columbus Day. Also open for special events all year. 

Closed: Mondays, Tuesdays, Memorial Day, July 4th, Columbus Day, Labor Day, and usually after Columbus Day to Memorial Day weekend seasonal re-opening.   

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date). Pick Up Passes are marked Available for Dates Library is Open, and Closed for Dates the Library is Closed.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Admits: Two (2) free Admissions, plus children 12 and under are always free with a recommended Timed-Entry Tour Reservation Booking on their website for the date of the library pass, then selecting either one or both the Studio Tour, and Residence Tour, or a Grounds Pass, and selecting the Time and entering Promo Code in caps: POUGHPASS at checkout for each of two free passes that pop up below at no charge (free may be applied to adult, youth, senior or military tickets). Enter children (under 13 free) or additional ticket purchases.  Arrive 30 minutes early to park, check-in, use restrooms, and walk to the tour location.  Show your PPLD library card, your library pass reservation (either printed or displayed on a mobile device from your emailed MAP pass confirmation or text reminder under View Pass Info), and your online timed-entry reservation at Admissions. Walk-in requests for tours depend on availability. Masks are optional. The Residence Tour re-opened 2024 now that rennovations are complete. 

Grounds Only Pass:   Enjoy the stunning Berkshire mountain views, formal gardens, Woodland Walk, climb the Ledges Trail, and picnic on tables in the former apple orchard. The outdoor contemporary sculpture exhibition opens May 27th. The Grounds Only ticket does not allow entry into the Studio or Residence or permanent collections at the Barn Gallery. 

Availability and Restrictions:  Admissions sells bottled water, but no food. You may bring a picnic. The Library Pass covers standard admission and access to the Barn Gallery, Studio Tour, and Residence Tour, with separate Tour Times and all three available with Library Pass on same day.  Advance reservations hold your tour spot, but will accept walk-ins.  Do not park on lawn or driveway.

Hours: Open Wednesdays – Mondays, May 25 - Oct. 21, 2024. Hours Vary. Wed Hours 10 am - 4 pm; and Thurs - Mon. Hours are 10 am - 5 pm. Closed Tuesdays. . 

Physical Address: 4 Williamsville Rd, Stockbridge, MA (70 miles from Poughkeepsie.)  It is just off Route 183 in Glendale section of Stockbridge, MA.

GPS Address: Follow these directions as Chesterwood advises that Google maps and some GPS systems’ directions are incorrect and will lead you to single-lane dirt roads.

This Pass Printed when Reservation is Made OR Confirmation Email or Text Reminder Accepted on Your Cell Phone when You Display Pass under View Pass Info. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or find your emailed PPLD confirmation for Library Pass. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: Free general admission for 6 people to museum and railyard OR $1 off per person on special event days (see Events on website). Children under 3 are free. Train rides are available; see their website under both Regular Train Rides and Events for scheduled times, hours and cost varies. Water fountains are closed. Museum and railyard are wheelchair accessible, but the trains are not, due to their age. Since Covid, model train layouts have foot pedal controls. 

Train Rides: Train rides are an additional charge - see website for the schedule and costs under both Regular Train Rides and Events for fund-raising special event weekends (Oct, Nov, Dec). 

  • Regular Train RIdes: 11 am, Noon, 1 PM, 2 PM on weekends April - Sept, and Nov. for $3 Coach or Caboose, or $10 Locomotive car limited to 3 people. No 3 PM train ride on days closing at 4:00 PM. 
  • Special Events with Train Rides: During Event fund-raising months (Oct, Nov, Dec). train rides included with ticketed admission (varies $16-22 for example), and Library Pass gives $1 off per each person's entry.

Hours: Saturday and Sunday, 10 AM - 4 PM, and Monday Labor Day (with Train Rides) and Veterans Day (Nov. 11). If regular trains are operating, the last ride is 2:00 PM, when closing 4 PM.  On Special Event weekend hours and train rides and access is extended into evening. 

Restrictions: Not valid for free admission on days there are special events at a special price. On special event days, the pass holder will receive $1 off Event Admission for each member in their party.  

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print. 

   

Admits: Valid for the pass holder and their occupants in one vehicle. The Empire Pass is valid at most New York State Parks.  For questions on fees, you may contact the park directly. PPLD has six Empire Passes available. If a pass is unavailable, park entrance fees are 6 and $10 per vehicle. See the NYS Park website  for locations, activities, visiting information, park capacity limits, availability, policies, parking, restrooms, safety, and the current COVID-19 update.

NY State Parks: The NYS parks include access statewide to parks, lakes, beaches, pools, trails, historic sites, golf courses in state parks, camping, cottages, cabins, guides to enjoy particular activities, camping guides, boating safety, and more. So, explore the NYS Park website to find out more.

Virtual Tours of NY State Parks: Discover your next park adventure by exploring this 360 degree Virtual Tours of NY State Parks arranged by NYS regions, including the Hudson Valley. 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM January - June AND Sept - Dec.; 

Sundays Closed in July & August 

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

      Multiple Destinations

Admits: Valid for the pass holder and their occupants in one vehicle. The Empire Pass is valid at most New York State Parks.  For questions on fees, you may contact the park directly. PPLD has six Empire Passes available. If a pass is unavailable, park entrance fees are 6 and $10 per vehicle. See the NYS Park website  for locations, activities, visiting information, park capacity limits, availability, policies, parking, restrooms, safety, and the current COVID-19 update.

NY State Parks: The NYS parks include access statewide to parks, lakes, beaches, pools, trails, historic sites, golf courses in state parks, camping, cottages, cabins, guides to enjoy particular activities, camping guides, boating safety, and more. So, explore the NYS Park website to find out more.

Virtual Tours of NY State Parks: Discover your next park adventure by exploring this 360 degree Virtual Tours of NY State Parks arranged by NYS regions, including the Hudson Valley. 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

      Multiple Destinations

Admits: Valid for the pass holder and their occupants in one vehicle. The Empire Pass is valid at most New York State Parks.  For questions on fees, you may contact the park directly. PPLD has six Empire Passes available. If a pass is unavailable, park entrance fees are 6 and $10 per vehicle. See the NYS Park website  for locations, activities, visiting information, park capacity limits, availability, policies, parking, restrooms, safety, and the current COVID-19 update.

NY State Parks: The NYS parks include access statewide to parks, lakes, beaches, pools, trails, historic sites, golf courses in state parks, camping, cottages, cabins, guides to enjoy particular activities, camping guides, boating safety, and more. So, explore the NYS Park website to find out more.

Virtual Tours of NY State Parks: Discover your next park adventure by exploring this 360 degree Virtual Tours of NY State Parks arranged by NYS regions, including the Hudson Valley. 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Sadie Peterson Delaney African Roots Library hours to check-out the Empire Pass is below.  The pass (in the pouch) may be returned to SPD during opening hours OR the SPD book drop on the second floor when the building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM & Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.

SPD hours for checking out a pass are:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Tuesday & Thursday: 1 PM - 5 PM

Saturday: Closed UNLESS Events Are Scheduled

Sunday: Closed

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop of the Library where the pass was checked out.  For SPD the book drop is inside the FPC building on the 2nd floor, same as the Library, and accessible when the FPC building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM and Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

      Multiple Destinations

Admits: 2 adults and 4 children (ages 1–18), and children under 1 year are free. Present the PPLD Library Pass at check-in.  Follow Visitor Guidelines on their website for any requirements or updates regarding masks optional. In addition to seven exhibitions each year, they offer Art Studio Everyday Projects and provide materials, and several short film screenings daily of animated new and classic picture books or family documentaries about picture book illustrators.  They also have daily storytimes, a 6,000+ picture book reading library, and offer performances and events. They do not have a restaurant, but they have a cafe with Berkshire Naturals vending machines stocked with healthy snacks, water fountain, and they allow you to bring in food at their cafe or picnic areas. There is a nearby market for picnic supplies, Atkins Farms Country Market.  

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or open your reservation confirmation email.  Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (age 2 -17), children under 2 are free. At the entrance, show the FASNY Pick Up/Return Pass you check out from Adriance Library, Main Floor Reference Desk. Additional tickets $12 adults, and $8 children. Museum Policies include no large bags 14 inches, no food, no beverages. Museum is handicapped accessible.  Interactive equipment for all ages is now available. Guided tours are pre-arranged for groups of 10 or more, in advance, for a fee. Explore the world's larrgest and most comprehensive museum dedicated to the history, culture and science of firefighting. See their website for more information and the many special events for families on the weekends. 

Description: The Museum’s collection of over 20,000 artifacts, including 60 vintage fire engines, tells the story of firefighting and firefighters, spanning more than 300 years of history and firefighting heroes.  Explore collections online here, and selected exhibitions here.

Hours: Wednesday – Sundays, 10 AM – 4:30 PM, with Gift Shop open until 5:00 PM. 

Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays, and these holidays: Thanksgiving, New Year’s Day, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, and Independence Day.

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and may be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

NOTE: Pick Up Passes are marked "available" for Pick Up when the Library is Open - and NOT when Museum is open - so Check Museum Hours on Website as hours may change.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30  PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM  Jan. - June AND Sept. - Dec. 

Sundays in June and July, the Library is Closed. 

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Eligible for All Mid-Hudson Library System Library Card Holders

Admits: A family, defined as up to 5  people, to enter for the Roosevelt Presidential Museum and Library ONLY if you print the pass using the button  Print FDR Pass  at top of pass reservation to print the FDR's Public Library Guest Pass when either making the pass reservation OR from your emailed pass confirmation by clicking on “VIEW PASS INFO." Complete filling out pass for same date as the pass reservation. Surrender the pass at the ticket counter of the Wallace Visitor Center, and the pass bearer must show an ID.  Masks are required indoors.  

Printing Assistance: Please call or come to Adriance Memorial Library’s Reference Desk (Floor M) to request the FDR Pass to be printed after making your reservation for your date of visit. Reference Desk: (845) 485-3445 x 3702. 

Open: Seven days a week, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.  During winter weather, check the FDR website for delays. 

SPECIAL PRINTING INSTRUCTIONS: ONLY USE the  Print FDR Pass  button at the TOP of the page, below the FDR Logo.  This is the only pass FDR will accept for entry. To print the FDR Pass from your emailed pass confirmation, click on link VIEW PASS INFO, and click on:   Print FDR Pass 

Do NOT USE the  Print Pass  button that only appears during reservation process (at BOTTOM of the page) as FDR will NOT ACCEPT Print on Demand passes. 

   

Admits: 2 adults, 2 children (age 18 and under), and children under 12 are free with Library Pass at check in. Explore the museum campus, including Krieble Gallery, Griswold House, Chadwick Studio, Hartman Education Center, Rafal Landscape Center, and extensive gardens and grounds on the river. Last entry is one hour before closing.  Café Flo, May - October, 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, with reservations recommended at (860) 434-5542 x 126. Museum shop is open all year. 

Fall Wee Faerie Village October Event: Held annually during October, all visitors age 12 and over, including those with a Library Pass, pay a $5 fee, or surcharge, for the fund-raising exhibit, whether viewing the faerie houses or not. Children 12 and under admitted free, due to grant.

Hours: Open Tuesdays – Sunday, 10 AM - 5 PM, April - December, and 10 AM - 4 PM, January - March. Last entry is one hour before closing. Cafe Flo hours 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM, May - October. 

Two Options: Print pass when reservation is made OR Display Digital Pass on Cell Phone from emailed or texted Reservation Reminder under "VIEW PASS INFO" link. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

 

   

Admits: This pass may be used to gain admission at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum no more than seven days after the date of reservation (listed below).  If you need to reschedule your visit, please do so with the library. Passes presented more than seven days after your reservation date will not be accepted for entry.

This pass provides free admission for up to four adults or students, plus $5 admission for two additional guests.  Children under 12 years of age are always free. After security check, present the Library Pass at the entry desk for Express Admission.  NOTE: Library Pass Users do NOT need to make advance timed entry reservations, as they use Express Admission. 

Please visit the museum's website for hours, holiday hours, and emergency closings. 

See museum website for current Visitor Guidelines: Masks strongly encouraged, no coat check, limits on bag size for entry, no baby backpacks. Water bottles allowed but no outside food. FAQ includes amenities and policies. Resources for Visit: Brochure, map, digital guide, exhibitions -- download or access with free WiFi on-site. Accessibility Guide.

You must print this pass. It serves as your admission to the museum. Please print when the reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" on TixKeeper or go to your confirmation reservation email, View Pass Info link.  

   

Special Event for Holidays: Radiant Nights 2023: Dec. 15 – 17, 22, 23, 26-31. 5:00 – 8:00 PM at  Discounted Member Rates Tickets with Library Pass. Adult is $20, Youth is $10. Children 12 and under are Free.  Day visits are closed for the Season now.  See websites for photos of the buildings for this event -- to see the lighting.  Event description:

Join us for Radiant Nights at Hancock Shaker Village and enjoy a unique multisensory holiday experience where the Village will once again sparkle with more lights, farm animals, music, festive spirits, and holiday fun for the entire family.  Arrive anytime between 5pm and 7:30 to ensure you have enough time to enjoy the full experience of your evening in the Village.  In addition to drinks and snacks in the Discovery Barn, our Café will also be open providing lite fare and beverages. 

Pre-purchasing tickets is not required but encouraged.   Tickets can be exchanged for a different night but not refunded.   We reserve the right to cancel the event due to inclement weather and will do our best to communicate any such changes in the schedule.  In the case of a cancellation from Hancock Shaker Village, we will offer tickets to be exchanged for different night or a refund.

THE BELOW SEASONAL PASS IS NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL THEY RE-OPEN IN APRIL 2024

Admits: Two (2) adults and two (2) youths (13-17 years) for free, and children 12 and under are admitted free.  Special events may have tickets, see website.  Twenty historic buildings on 750 bucolic acres, including the iconic Round Stone Barn, Visitor Center, 22,000 objects, working farm, BB's Hot Spot is the new cafe 2023, Shaker Mercantile store on-site & online, and hiking trails.

Restrictions: As this is a working farm, no pets are allowed on the grounds. Service dogs welcomed. No tripods in historic buildings. Commercial photography requires advance permission. 

Accessibility: Wheelchair use is free and reserved by calling 413-443-0188 x 100. The Visitor Center, restrooms, galleries, store, cafe, and all meeting spaces are wheelchair accessible. Compact-dirt pathways and boardwalks throughout the Village provide access to the gardens and grounds, as well as the mile-long Farm & Forest Trail, which has interpretive signage. Some historic buildings are wheelchair accessible via ramp, including the Round Stone Barn and the Trustees’ Office & Store. Keep in mind, however, that most buildings in the historic Village are NOT wheelchair accessible.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults, 4 children (age 6 - 16) for free, and all children under age 5 are free using a Two Passes Laminated Together you check-out from Reference Desk. Present the pass at the Welcome Center for admission stickers. Guided tours are additional cost,Thurs. - Mon. 11 am, $10 each with 48 hr advance registration by calling 902-367-7968. The 412 acres includes: Robert and Mary’s House & Gardens (self-guided tour), 1903 Pullman Palace Car Sunbeam, Hildene Farm Goat Dairy & Cheese Making Facility, Dene Family Farm, 1832 Hollow Schoolhouse, greenhouse, Animal Barn with a variety of farm animals. 12 miles of trails, the Battern wetlands, and a 600 foot floating boardwalk. 

Closed:  Easter, Thanksgiving Day, and December 24, 25, 26 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Admits: 2 adults and their children to both locations near each other; The Outdoor Discovery Center (includes Grasshopper Grove Nature Play Area open Sat. & Sun. 10 am - 4 pm) and The Wildlife Education Center (includes Nature Museum open Sat. & Sun. 12 pm - 4 pm). The Nature Museum includes live animals and birds.. Hiking Trails are open daily, dawn to dusk – and are free, and a Trail Map is on their website. No pets on preserve.  Carry in, carry out.  Visit their website for more information. Special events offerred all year, with pre-registration and a small fee, for children, families, and adults. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass:  Login to “My Passes” with Library Card’s barcode. Click on “Pass Info Center” and click on “View Pass Info” to display pass (right click mouse; select print).

   

This Pick-Up Return Pass is checked out at Adriance Reference Desk, M Floor, and marked None Available when Library is Closed (so reserve a day in advance), and marked Closed when the Museum is Closed.  

Admits: Two adults and up to six children in the same household for free to the Museum galleries, with a choice of either attending a Planetarium Show OR a Glenview Home Tour, selected on-site at entrance when you arrive. Present the HRM Pick-Up Pass at the museum entrance.  Pass includes a 15% discount in the Museum Shop.  Wheelchairs are free, baby strollers allowed, with a large free parking lot on-site. 

Restrictions: The advance online ticketing for Planetarium Shows and Glenview Tours requires a fee, and does not include using a Library Pass to reserve tickets in advance for free.  You may select either one for free when arriving with the Library Pass depending on availability. Ticket cost varies for Adults, Seniors, and Youth.  No backpacks, food or beverages in galleries, and they have lockers available.   

Train to Museum:  Take the Metro-North Railroad's Hudson Line local train to Glenwood Station. Walk 1 block east on Glenwood Avenue, and then turn left onto Ravine Avenue. At the end of Ravine Avenue, enter Trevor Park. Follow the path to the main entrance of the Museum.

Hours: Wednesday – Friday, 12:00 – 5:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 11;00 AM  - 5:00 PM. First Fridays are Free, 5:00 - 8:00 PM monthly. Summer hours on Friday and Saturdays to 7:00 PM, so check the website.

Closed: Monday – Tuesday, and Thanksgiving, Christmas Day,  New Year's Day, and Juneteenth. 

Phone: 914-963-4550

Address: 511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701  (65.1 miles from Poughkeepsie) 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date). Pick Up Passes are Marked "Closed" when the Library is "Closed" -- and not when the Museum is closed, so check Museum website.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Jan. - June AND Sept. - Dec.

Sundays Closed in July and August

Pick Up/Return pass: Reserve for day of pick up and marked “Closed” when Library is closed. On holidays venue may be open, but Library closed - such as Labor Day weekend, so reserve a day early. Check out pass (inside pouch) for three (3) days including pick-up date, day to use pass, and day to return. Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

• Library card barcode must match reservation at check-out.
• Return to library branch where checked out, and you may use Book Drop to return.
• A $5.00 per day fine if returned after due date (okay to use drop box after closing time).
• If not returned within one week, pass is considered lost, and a replacement cost fined

   

This Pick-Up Return Pass is checked out at Boardman's Circulation Desk, and marked None Available when Library is Closed (so reserve a day in advance), and marked Closed when the Museum is Closed.  

Admits: Two adults and up to six children in the same household for free to the Museum galleries, with a choice of either attending a Planetarium Show OR a Glenview Home Tour, selected on-site at entrance when you arrive. Present the HRM Pick-Up Pass at the museum entrance.  Pass includes a 15% discount in the Museum Shop.  Wheelchairs are free, baby strollers allowed, with a large free parking lot on-site. 

Restrictions: The advance online ticketing for Planetarium Shows and Glenview Tours requires a fee, and does not include using a Library Pass to reserve tickets in advance for free.  You may select either one for free when arriving with the Library Pass depending on availability. Ticket cost varies for Adults, Seniors, and Youth.  No backpacks, food or beverages in galleries, and they have lockers available.   

Train to Museum:  Take the Metro-North Railroad's Hudson Line local train to Glenwood Station. Walk 1 block east on Glenwood Avenue, and then turn left onto Ravine Avenue. At the end of Ravine Avenue, enter Trevor Park. Follow the path to the main entrance of the Museum.

Hours: Wednesday – Friday, 12:00 – 5:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 11;00 AM  - 5:00 PM. First Fridays are Free, 5:00 - 8:00 PM monthly. Summer hours on Friday and Saturdays to 7:00 PM, so check the website.

Closed: Monday – Tuesday, and Thanksgiving, Christmas Day,  New Year's Day, and Juneteenth. 

Phone: 914-963-4550

Address: 511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701  (65.1 miles from Poughkeepsie) 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date). Pick Up Passes are Marked "Closed" when the Library is "Closed" -- and not when the Museum is closed, so check Museum website.

Note Boardman Road Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: Closed

Pick Up/Return pass: Reserve for day of pick up and marked “Closed” when Library is closed. On holidays venue may be open, but Library closed - such as Labor Day weekend, so reserve a day early. Check out pass (inside pouch) for three (3) days including pick-up date, day to use pass, and day to return. Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

• Library card barcode must match reservation at check-out.
• Return to library branch where checked out, and you may use Book Drop to return.
• A $5.00 per day fine if returned after due date (okay to use drop box after closing time).
• If not returned within one week, pass is considered lost, and a replacement cost fined

   

In October 2023, Intrepid Museum became the new museum name and new website on visiting. 

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (free) plus half-price ticket cost for added adults ($18) or added children ($13) with BOTH your PPLD Library Card and Printed Library Pass presented at the Welcome Center's Box Office, using the Member Express Line at Pier 86 entrance (for expedited ticketing) on the date of your reserved Intrepid Library Pass.  The Visitor Services team will print your general admission tickets.  Any added "Experiences" that have an additional cost, not part of your general admission, may be purchased at the Welcome Center's Box Office when you arrive.  Hours vary seasonally. Check their website’s Visit webpage,.

See Visitor Tips & Guidelines for how to get the most out of your visiting, and includes dining options on-site, and more. 

Ticket Information for Added Experiences:  Add-on tickets for Experiences such as 3 Flight Simulators, 3D/4D Films, Virtual Reality (VR) and Highlights Tour are described on their website.  If interested in purchasing tickets to these Experiences, do so at the Welcome Center's Box Office when you arrive. Note: the Experience and the Exhibition for the Concorde will re-open in Spring 2024 after maintence update. 

Restrictions: Library Passes are not applicable to Member events, programs, or simulator rides. Guests under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult to enter the Museum.

IMPORTANT: Your PPLD Library Card and Printed Intrepid Library Pass must BOTH be presented at the Express Member's Only Line, at the Box Office in the Welcome Center to enter on the date of the PPLD Intrepid Library Pass.

Print the pass, print when reservation is rmade - as it is easier.  To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" (red button in TixKeeper) with Library card's barcode or use your emailed confirmation reservation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Guided Mansion Tours with Pass: May 1- Oct. 31 (Fri. - Mon.); Gardens & Grounds (no Pass needed) April – Dec 10 am - 5 pm.; Visitor's Center & Museum Shop (no Pass needed) Jan. - Dec. 10 am - 5 pm. 

Admits: Two adults and up to four children, 18 years and under, to Guided Mansion Tours. Display your printed PPLD Locust Grove Pass at the Museum Gift Shop in the Visitor Center. If your family is larger than what the pass admits, admission is $20 per person. The Pass is not good for special events, or fundraising events, including Holiday Mansion events, which require the purchase of tickets. 

Locust Grove Mansion Tours: Tours are offered first come, first served, May 1 – Oct. 31, Fri., Sat., Sun. and Mon.  Tour size is usually 8 people.Tour times are 10:15 am, 11:30 am, 12:45 pm, 2:00 pm, 3:15 pm.  Holiday Mansion Tours are special fund-raising events and have a ticket price, and no Library Pass is available.

Visitor Center, Museum Shop, Galleries, Gardens, and Grounds: These areas do not require a fee or Library Pass, but you must check in and out at the Visitor Center. The Visitor Center and Museum Shop is open Jan. - Dec., 10 AM - 5 PM.  The Gardens, Grounds and Galleries are open April – Dec., 10 AM – 5 PM, daily for free.  Donations are encouraged and greatly appreciated to assist in maintaining the Gardens & Grounds. 

Accessibility: The Mansion does not have wheelchair access, but the gravel path to the Mansion is level. Stairs on Tour include: 7 steps to front door, 17 to second floor, and 10 to ground floor. Handicapped parking is available, and the Visitor center has an accessible restroom. Level gravel path to Visitor Center (100 ft), and to Mansion (300 ft.), and throughout the gardens and grounds.

Hiking Trails Map: Five miles of 19th century carriage roads and trails wind through forests and meadows. River beautiful views along Sawmill Trail, Cascade Trail or Shady Lane Loop.

Policies: All guests must check in and out at the Museum Shop in Visitor’s Center; Keep pets leashed and remove waste; Do not collect plants, flowers, wildlife, or artifacts; Picnic in designated areas only and remove all trash; No alcoholic beverages; No motorized vehicles or bicycles; No hunting or shooting; No sunbathing; No sports; No fires or barbecues; Purchase of a photography permit for any family, wedding or event photography is required. 

Hours:  Mansion Tours with Library Pass: May 1 - Oct. 31, Fri.- Mon. Visitor Center & Museum Shop:  Jan. - March, M-F; AND April - Dec. 30 daily, 10 AM - 5PM.  Galleries, Grounds & Gardens: April - Dec. 30, daily, 10 AM - 5 PM.  

Closed: Visitor Center closed weekends Jan. - March; Gardens & Grounds closed Jan. - March and Dec. 31; Holidays closed are Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Easter.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: With purchase of 1 adult admission receive either an additional 1 adult admission OR 2 children admissions (age 5 & under always free) for free General Mark Twain House Tour. Advance reserved tickets for date and time strongly encouraged due to limited capacity and tours sell out.  Library Pass Users may purchase reserved tickets two ways: by phone or online. The online ticketing requires using appropriate Library Promo Code for discounted payment on selected date of Library Pass for tour time slot and instructions are below OR  you may call (860) 280-3112 to arrange Required Timed Entry Tickets for the date you reserve this Library Discount Pass.  The General Mark Twain House Tour (1 hour) includes Museum exhibits, Ken Burn’s film, and gallery. Pass does not include the Ghost, Holiday or Living History tours. Tickets are timed entry and non-refundable. If you are a little late, they may be able to catch you up to your tour. One discount per party per visit. Free parking. Tour Times will display during ticketing, starting 9:45 am with last tour 3:15 pm. Facial mask are required whether vaccinated or not (no exceptions). Please see their Guide to Visiting to plan your visit. If you don't have a mask, they will give you one. First floor is wheelchair accessible. No elevator. Stairs have 41 steps up, 40 steps down. For Visiting Information,go to their webiste. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ONLINE TICKETING USING PROMO CODE DISCOUNT 
Promo code Library42 for two adult house tour tickets for the discounted price (will be $13 each instead of $28 each for 2 adults)
Promo code Library43 for party of three (one adult & 2 children) (will be $8.50 each for 3 tickets for 1 adult & 2 children)
1. Got to MarkTwainHouse.org, Hours and Admission, and click on the "Book your Tour" button on the home page.
2. Choose the Mark Twain House Tour (general tour daily). Select same date as Library Pass Reservation and select the time you wish to tour the house.
3. Click on Add Promo Code for box to open and enter the right promo codes listed above for either two adults (code is Library42) or 1 adult & 2 children (code is Library43) and then click BROWN ARROW BUTTON to apply the code.  Be sure to enter promo code
BEFORE next step to select seats = 1 green dot per person. 
4 Next Click "Select seats from the map". The number of green dots shows how many spots are left on the tour. Click one green dot per person.  Then, select the ticket rate for discount promo rate, such as $13 promo rate Adult, then pick a second green dot and add the other $13 promo ticket. If you have three people or 3 dots  (1 adult and 2 children),you would select 3 dots at the $8.50 promo rate.
5. Add tickets to your cart, complete all the fields and click the "Place Order" button. The patron will get an email confirmation containing their ETickets.

Either Print pass when reservation is made OR You may also display Pass Digitally on your cell phone from your emailed Reservation, under link View Pass Info to display. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or locate your emailed confirmation reservation Pass Info. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (ages 6 – 16) for museum admission only, and children under 6 are free. Masks are optional.  Present either the Printed Library Pass or Digital Display of Pass on a Mobile Phone (using Text or Emailed Confirmation with link "View Pass Info") at the Box Office on the date of pass reservation. No timed-entry reservation is required for Library Pass Holders to enter. Some installations require an advanced free timed-entry reservation, such as James Turrell (see below) and other current exhbitions. You book these timed reservations for exhibition entry on their website in advance as sometimes they fill up (see below).Cafe is open. Hours change seasonally.  View a map of MASS MoCA here. For questions, call the Box Office at (413) 662-2111 ext. 1. They offer many ticked special events, performances, and music concerts, see website for details. 

The James Turrell: Into the Light exhibit (on view through 2025) requires a free timed-entry reservation. To make a reservation, click herePlease note kids must be 6 and older to enter James Turrell’s Perfectly Clear and Hind Sight. For Perfectly Clear, kids 6-12 need to hold the hand of an adult while inside the installation.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Pick Up and Return at all library locations; 12 passes total

Admits: Each pass admits one adult and children age 15 and under for free with an adult, and two passes may be reserved per day. Teens, age 16-17, may sign out an additional pass with a parent or guardian. Follow instructions on the Library Pass,  and who Library Pass at any of the five Trailheads or Visitor Center to receive a free day use wristband.  The Visitor Center is open daily 9 am - 5 pm. Read both sides of the Mohonk Preserve Pass, and included is the Risk Waiver. Go to their website for maps, 5 trailhead locations, parking info, and pet rules.  

Directions, Maps & Trails: here

Hours: Preserve Lands are open 9 am to day use pass users (7 am members) and close 1 hour after sunset  and Visitor Center 9 am - 5 pm daily with exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve at Noon, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. 

Mohonk Mountain House Policy: While the pass does not provide admission to Mohonk Mountain House or Minnewaska State Park, you may hike on to either property approximately six miles from the Preserve’s trails, but you may not enter the hotel or use facilities.

Parking: All five trailheads have parking lotsThey can fill up early on peak weekends.  Car-pooling and use of long-term parking lots at Preserve’s Visitor Center and at West Trapps parking lot, located ½ mile and 1½ mile respectively from the intersection of Routes 299 and 44/55, are suggested. See website for more information.

Visitor Center3197 State Route 44-55  Gardiner, NY 12525  (20 miles from Poughkeepsie)  845-255-0919

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Januayr - June AND September - December

Sundays CLOSED in July & August

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine (ok to use Book Drop after closing time or before opening time next day to avoid late fine).
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Pick Up and Return at all library locations; 12 passes total

Admits: Each pass admits one adult and children age 15 and under for free with an adult, and two passes may be reserved per day. Teens, age 16-17, may sign out an additional pass with a parent or guardian. Follow instructions on the Library Pass,  and who Library Pass at any of the five Trailheads or Visitor Center to receive a free day use wristband.  The Visitor Center is open daily 9 am - 5 pm. Read both sides of the Mohonk Preserve Pass, and included is the Risk Waiver. Go to their website for maps, 5 trailhead locations, parking info, and pet rules.  

Directions, Maps & Trails: here

Hours: Preserve Lands are open 9 am to day use pass users (7 am members) and close 1 hour after sunset  and Visitor Center 9 am - 5 pm daily with exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve at Noon, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. 

Mohonk Mountain House Policy: While the pass does not provide admission to Mohonk Mountain House or Minnewaska State Park, you may hike on to either property approximately six miles from the Preserve’s trails, but you may not enter the hotel or use facilities.

Parking: All five trailheads have parking lots.  They can fill up early on peak weekends.  Car-pooling and use of long-term parking lots at Preserve’s Visitor Center and at West Trapps parking lot, located ½ mile and 1½ mile respectively from the intersection of Routes 299 and 44/55, are suggested. See website for more information.

Visitor Center3197 State Route 44-55  Gardiner, NY 12525  (20 miles from Poughkeepsie)  845-255-0919

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Pick Up and Return at all library locations; 12 passes total.

Admits: Each pass admits one adult and children age 15 and under for free with an adult, and two passes may be reserved per day. Teens, age 16-17, may sign out an additional pass with a parent or guardian. Follow instructions on the Library Pass,  and who Library Pass at any of the five Trailheads or Visitor Center to receive a free day use wristband.  The Visitor Center is open daily 9 am - 5 pm. Read both sides of the Mohonk Preserve Pass, and included is the Risk Waiver. Go to their website for maps, 5 trailhead locations, parking info, and pet rules.  

Directions, Maps & Trails: here

Hours: Preserve Lands are open 9 am to day use pass users (7 am members) and close 1 hour after sunset  and Visitor Center 9 am - 5 pm daily with exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve at Noon, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. 

Mohonk Mountain House Policy: While the pass does not provide admission to Mohonk Mountain House or Minnewaska State Park, you may hike on to either property approximately six miles from the Preserve’s trails, but you may not enter the hotel or use facilities.

Parking: All five trailheads have parking lots.  They can fill up early on peak weekends.  Car-pooling and use of long-term parking lots at Preserve’s Visitor Center and at West Trapps parking lot, located ½ mile and 1½ mile respectively from the intersection of Routes 299 and 44/55, are suggested. See website for more information.

Visitor Center3197 State Route 44-55  Gardiner, NY 12525  (20 miles from Poughkeepsie)  845-255-0919

 

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Sadie Peterson Delaney African Roots Library hours to check-out the Empire Pass is below.  The pass (in the pouch) may be returned to SPD during opening hours OR the SPD book drop on the second floor when the building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM & Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.

SPD hours for checking out a pass are below and in 2024 these hours will change:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Tuesday & Thursday: 1 AM - 5 PM

Saturday: Closed UNLESS Events are Scheduled

Sunday: Closed

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop of the Library where the pass was checked out.  For SPD the book drop is inside the FPC building on the 2nd floor, same as the Library, and accessible when the FPC building is open, M-F 8 AM - 9:30 PM and Sat. 9 AM - 6 PM.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

 

   

This Pick Up/Return Pass is checkout at Adriance when library Open, so it has been marked NONE Available when Library is Closed -- so reserve the day before to use.  Pass is marked CLOSED when Museum is closed M-W

Admits: Two adults (age 17 and up) OR 2 people any age free, and 16 and under are free. Museum is 85,000 square ft, with 650 motorcycles and over 3,000 memorabilia. If your group is larger, Adults $15.  Museum is self-guided, handicapped accessible, with free parking. Mobility scooters are available. 

Hours: Motorcyclepedia Museum: Thursday, 5-8 PM, Friday – Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM.  Velocipede Museum (check hours): Fridays, 10 AM - 3 PM. Check website to confirm, as hours may change.  Both are open year round. Check website or call to see if open major holidays.

Closed: Motorcyclepedia:  Mon. - Wed.; and new late night open Thursday 5-8 PM.  Velocipede: Saturday – Thursday. Check website or call it see if closed on holidays.  

Addresses: Two locations: Motorcyclepedia is at 250 Lake Street, Newburgh, NY 12250 and Velocipede is at 109 Liberty Street, Newburgh, NY 12550.(18.5 miles from Poughkeepsie.)

Phone: (845) 569-9065

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 9 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Januayr - June AND September - December

Sundays CLOSED in July & August

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

 

This Pick Up/Return Pass is checkout at Boardman when library Open, so it has been marked NONE Available when Library is Closed -- so reserve the day before to use.  Pass is marked CLOSED when Museum is closed

Admits: Two adults (age 17 and up) OR 2 people any age free, and 16 and under are free. Museum is 85,000 square ft, with 650 motorcycles and over 3,000 memorabilia. If your group is larger, Adults $15.  Museum is self-guided, handicapped accessible, with free parking. Mobility scooters are available. 

Hours: Motorcyclepedia Museum: Thursday, 5-8 PM, Friday – Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM.  Velocipede Museum (check hours): Fridays, 10 AM - 3 PM. Check website to confirm, as hours may change.  Both are open year round. Check website or call to see if open major holidays.

Closed: Motorcyclepedia:  Mon. - Wed.; and new late night open Thursday 5-8 PM.  Velocipede: Saturday – Thursday. Check website or call it see if closed on holidays.  

Addresses: Two locations: Motorcyclepedia is at 250 Lake Street, Newburgh, NY 12250 and Velocipede is at 109 Liberty Street, Newburgh, NY 12550.(18.5 miles from Poughkeepsie.)

Phone: (845) 569-9065

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 9 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

 

 

Admits: 4 persons to museum and special exhibits. Children 2 and under are free. If group size is larger, additional tickets may be purchased onsite (cash or card) or online.  The café is open 10:00 am - 3:00 pm and is cashless for food and beverage purchases, accepting credit cards noted on website.  The museum shop accepts both cash and credit cards   Please see website for visiting information, parking, maps, current exhibitions, directions, and policies. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 4 people for free admission & a Venetian Carousel ride at New England Carousel Museum & Museum of Fire History (in same 33,000 sq. ft building). Additional carousel rides for $1 or $3 for ten rides. Public tours Wed.-Fri. at Noon and 2:00 PM. Museum has wheelchair accessible restrooms, an elevator, and a low vision tour.  Note: In downtown Hartford CT,  at 1 Jewell St., Bushnell Park also has a carousel with rides, 30 min. away, and no longer covered by the NECM library pass and will have a small fee per ride.

Hours: Wed. 10 am - 5 pm, Thurs 10 am - 8 pm, Fri - Sat 10 am - 5 pm, and Sunday Noon – 5 pm. Monday & Tuesday they are closed, but visits may be possible if you call for an appointment (860) 585-5411.

Holidays Open: Open local school holidays, call to confirm. Closed: New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or locate your emailed reservation confirmation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

Reduced Admission Pass: Admits 2 adults at a discounted rate of $10 each adult, and children 18 and under are admitted free. Library pass users present the pass, printed or digital display on cell phone, to receive the discount at the entrance. There is no advance ticketing when using the Library Pass. Masks are optional. Pass includes a 10% discount in the Museum Store.  In 2024, Rockwell's Studio is open May 2nd - Nov. 10th, and the Terrace Cafe opens in June and closed late Oct. Cafe has a covered outdoor patio. Picnics on the grounds are allowed. Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri. 10 am - 4 pm; Sat. & Sun. 10 am - 5 pm, closed Wed. 

Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 10 AM – 4 PM, and Saturday and Sunday: 10 AM – 5 PM. Closed Wednesdays and Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and first week of January.

Print pass when reservation is made OR Display Digital Pass on Cell Phone from emailed or texted Reservation Reminder under "View Pass Info". To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Admits: 2 people (age 13 and up), and children 16 and under are free BUT MUST BE INCLUDED in the Reservation Count  -  for the House Tours (main floor or 2nd floor) OR Landscape Walking Tours (30 min. or 60 min.), with a REQUIRED Timed Entry Reservation You Make By Calling Olana at (518) 751-0344 and include TOTAL number of children with adults.  If you do not call to book in advance, your library pass will not be honored. You will need to pay full price to join a tour, depending on availability.  Arrive 20 minutes before your Tour Time to check in at the Visitor Center, and note that you will forfeit your  tour reservation to a waitlist at 5 minutes before the Tour Time if you have not checked in. Present the PPLD Olana Library Pass either Printed or Digital Display on your cell phone. Tours days and times vary seasonally. Prior to calling you may check their Tour availability on their website’s Ticketing Calendar. Library Pass holders must call in to reserve a Tour Time with Olana in addition to reserving the library pass for the date of your visit.  Library Pass NOT valid for discount on Electronic Carriage Tours. Library pass includes 15% discount at Museum shop. If the parking lot is full, you may park on right side only of the main road. Grounds open 8 AM to sunset for free. Visit Olana website for Maps to 250 acres and trails, and Park Use Guidelines. 

NOTE: Parking may be a distance from the tour check-in point at the Visitor Center. Olana encourages anyone with mobility concerns to call in advance about accommodations, as Olana is not fully accessible. There is a lift for the first floor, and not for the second floor.

You must either print the pass OR display pass digitally on your cell phone from your emailed confirmation or text reminder's  under the Pass Info link. Only valid for the reserved date of visit printed on your pass.  Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass or use digital display of pass: Find emailed Reservation (or Reminder Text or Email) and click on "View Pass Info. "  Or, on the Tixkeeper Webpage, Login to "My Passes" with Your Library Card's barcode to see current Reservation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Open daily May 1 to Oct. 31 from 10 AM to 5 PM.  Air Shows on weekends, 2:00 - 4:00 PM, from June 17 to Oct. 15, 2023, included in Library Pass. Details below.  Saturday show is History of Flight, and Sunday.is WWI. 

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (5 – 17), and children under 5 free with the printed Library Pass on the date of your Library Pass Reservation.  Library Pass users do not need to call or reserve timed tickets. If your group size is larger, you will need to pay ticket prices for additional people. Follow safety guidelines on website. Library Pass includes Sat. or Sun. Air Shows, when scheduled. Two different Air Shows beginning June 17th to Oct. 15th, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM. Sat. air show is History of Flight, and Sun. is WWI.  10% discount in gift shops with Library Pass. Special Events & Biplane Rides cost and information on website. Museum is open daily 10 AM - 5:00 PM, May 1 to Oct. 31. See website to explore the collection online, 77 vintage airplanes and 33 classic vehicles, in four buildings.

Note: Museum is housed in four buildings, with over  60 vintage aircraft, many antique automobiles and motorcycles, and related memorabilia in a classic small town airport. You may explore the collection online.  Colen Palen founded in 1958  built it into a world-renowned destination as America’s first flying museum of antique aircraft.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Find emailed Reservation and click on View Pass Info OR  On the Tixkeeper webpage, Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults and their dependent children to OPUS 40, with a Timed-Entry Reservation made on their website's menu header "Plan A Visit" for instructions and reservation calendar. Under Reserve Tickets, select date, a 2 hour time slot, and under "Member" enter up to 2 adults and their dependent children at no cost. If group size is larger, purchase additional tickets.  Upon arrival, show the Library's Opus 40 Pass (printed or display on mobile phone) and your timed entry reservation.  Indoors, masks are requested, but not required. Please view policies and FAQ before you arrive regarding any restrictions, parents accompanying children, etc. Picnics are welcome. Printed trail maps are available at Opus 40 or online trail map from their website. No pets other than service dogs.  See their many weekly events and series on their website.  Speical events require paid ticketing and reservations, and are not included in the Library's Opus 40  MAP Pass. 

Print pass when reservation is made.  Note that Opus 40 will accept digital pass display on your mobile phone. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode OR use link in your emailed reservation. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

This Pick Up/Return Pass is checked-out at Adriance when library is Open, so it has been marked NONE Available when Library is Closed but the Museum is open -- so reserve the day before to use, as Museum closed 4 days a year. 

Admits: One free admission with each purchase of one admission. A maximum of 3 free admissions. Price for one admission per person is $18 (adults & children) and seniors (62+) $14. Free for children under 1 year and active duty military personnel and their immediate family. Pass limited to one family per day. Special events may incur additional fee. Check calendar for details. 

Restrictions: May not combine pass with other discounts.

Hours: Open seven days a week, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Closes early at 3 pm on July 4th, Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. 

Holidays Open: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Labor Day, Columbus Day, and Veterans Day. Closing Early at 3:00 PM on July 4th, Thanksgiving Eve, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. 

Closed Four Holidays Only: New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.

Phone: 203-899-0606

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM Jan.- June AND Sept. - Dec.  AND Closed July & August

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Log House Tours with Required Advance Reservations  you book on their website as Members for 2 Adults and all Children under 18.  Currently, Saturday tours only during reconstruction. 

Admits: Two adults and all children up to age 18 in a household for guided Log Home Tour if the interior, with REQUIRED Tour Reservations you book in advance on their website for date of Library Pass. On their website, select Visit, and select Log House Tours.  Next, select date from calendar (green square), select a time (12 pm or 3 pm) and enter number in group under Members for 2 adults and children under 18.  During construction, pre-registered tour attendees will arrive 10-15 minutes before the tour and gather at the ground level of the Education Center, near seating and public restrooms. Public Indoor Log House Tours, during reconstruction, are by appointment only.  Log House tours are 1 hour, on Saturdays at 12 pm and 3 pm. . Restrooms availabe in Education Center, and masks are currently optional. Museum Shop not open, but available online. Thirty acre grounds open dawn to dusk. 

GPS Address: 5 Manor Lane, Morris Plains, NJ 07950.  From I 287 South to Exit 39B, Route 10 West about 3 miles. Right on Manor Lane.  

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

 

   

SKAC Pick Up/Return Pass is marked NONE when the Library is Closed, but SKAC may be Open. SKAC is Closed Tuesdays, but marked AVAILABLE so you may either Check Out or Return a Pass.

Admits: Up to six people in ONE vehicle, with children under age 5 not counted toward the vehicle total.  The SKAC MAP Pass is now a  Pick Up / Return Pass you check out from the library as a 3 day loan. Reserve for the day you check out the pass from the Reference Desk on the Main Floor (reservation must match library card at check out), visit Storm King the next day, and return the pass the following day at Circulation Desk or Book Drop. Show the Storm King Pass at the vehicle entrance booth. You do not need tickets or reservations. Hours and last entry (1.5 hours before closing) time vary seasonally. Pass may be used for Member Only hour, Sunday  9-10 am.  See their website under Visit for information to plan your day, amenities, map, hours, last entry time, tram information, and policies, such as no smoking,vaping, pets, music, sports, cooking, drones, personal bicycles, skateboards, rollerskates, etc. Picnic away from sculptures, tables are provided, or you may bring a blanket. Storm King advises visitors to dress for the weather, bring sunscreen and a water bottle, and wear comfortable shoes.

Note: On their website, under Visit,  you will find information on accessibility, digital guide, free tours, tram schedule and four tram stops, food options (seasonal cafe and/or food truck), bike rentals, visitor policies, amenities, elevator to Museum Hill, and map of grounds, sculptures, and restrooms.  Vending machines are by the elevator with snacks and seasonal items. Water bottle filling station is near restrooms on Museum Hill. Picnics allowed in designated areas, or on blankets away from sculptures.

Closed: Days and hours open will vary by season, including last entry time, so please check website.  Tuesdays closed, and closed mid-December until Winter Weekends begin January - March  Reopens in April to six days a week in warmer months, with later evening hours on Fridays and Saturdays.   

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).  Pick Up/Return passes are marked NONE for when the Library is Closed (but Venue may be Open). Some dates Venue is closed in Dec. - March off season are marked closed to avoid reserving when they are closed.

Note Adriance Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: 2 PM - 5 PM  Jan. - June & Sept. - Dec. and Closed Sundays in June and July. 

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

SKAC Pick Up/Return Pass is marked NONE when the Library is Closed, but SKAC may be Open. SKAC is Closed Tuesdays, but marked AVAILABLE so you may either Check Out or Return a Pass at the Library.

Admits: Up to six people in ONE vehicle, with children under age 5 not counted toward the vehicle total.  The SKAC MAP Pass is now a  Pick Up / Return Pass you check out from the library as a 3 day loan. Reserve for the day you check out the pass from the Circulation Desk (reservation must match library card at check out), visit Storm King the next day, and return the pass the following day at Circulation Desk or Book Drop. Show the Storm King Pass at the vehicle entrance booth. You do not need tickets or reservations. Hours and last entry (1.5 hours before closing) time vary seasonally. Pass may be used for Member Only hour, Sunday  9-10 am.  See their website under Visit for information to plan your day, amenities, map, hours, last entry time, tram information, and policies, such as no smoking, vaping, pets, music, sports, cooking, drones, personal bicycles, skateboards, rollerskates, etc. Picnic away from sculptures, tables are provided, or you may bring a blanket. Storm King advises visitors to dress for the weather, bring sunscreen and a water bottle, and wear comfortable shoes.

Note: On their website, under Visit,  you will find information on accessibility, digital guide, free tours, tram schedule and four tram stops, food options (seasonal cafe and/or food truck), bike rentals, visitor policies, amenities, elevator to Museum Hill, and map of grounds, sculptures, and restrooms.  Vending machines are by the elevator with snacks and seasonal items. Water bottle filling station is near restrooms on Museum Hill. Picnics allowed in designated areas, or on blankets away from sculptures.

Closed: Days and hours open will vary by season, including last entry time, so please check website.  Tuesdays closed, and closed mid-December until Winter Weekends begin January - March  Reopens in April to six days a week in warmer months, with later evening hours on Fridays and Saturdays.   

Pick Up/Return at Library passes are reserved for the day of pick up, and can be borrowed for three (3) days (including pick up date).  Pick Up/Return passes are marked NONE for when the Library is Closed (not the Venue may be open). Some dates Venue is closed in Dec. - March off season are marked closed to avoid reserving when they are closed.

Note Boardman Library hours are:

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 8:30 PM

Friday and Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Guidelines for Pick Up/Return at Library passes:

  • Library Card must be presented at check-out and the barcode must match reservation.
  • Pass and pouch must be returned to the library branch from which it was borrowed.
  • Pass (in the pouch) may be returned in the Library Book Drop.
  • Pass returned after the due date will incur a $5.00 per day fine.
  • Pass will be considered lost if not returned within one (1) week.
  • Lost pass will result in a charge to replace pass.
  • Failure to pick up reserved pass without prior notice may prevent future use.

   

Admits: Two Adults (age 16 and up), plus any children (age 15 and under) for free with advanced Timed-Entry Tickets that you will book as “Members” on their website, instructions below. They will take walk-ins with Library Pass if availability allows. To ensure entry, arrive 15 minutes early to check in at the Visitor’s Center entrance, with a Printed Pass or Display Digital Pass on mobile phone. They offer both Self-Guided or Guided Tours, and special tours. They may sell out, so advanced ticket reservations strongly  encouraged. Grounds are free, dusk to dawn daily.

 

Instructions for Recommended Timed-Entry Ticketing: On their website, book a Timed-Entry Ticket for the same date as the Library Pass, and the hour, arriving 15 minutes early to check in at the Visitor Center.  Enter up to two “Member” age 16+ tickets for free, and enter any “Children” age 15 and under for free.

Accessibility: The Main House’s first floor is wheelchair accessible using an elevator lift, and the second floor requires climbing a flight of stairs. The 1839 Old Studio, New Studio, Visitor Center and Gift Shop are all wheelchair accessible. The parking lot is asphalt and includes handicap parking spaces. The walking paths are loose gravel. See their accessibility web page or email info@thomascole.org.

Hours: Hours vary by season, see website.  Note in summer months it is 10 AM – 5 PM, Wed. – Sun.. Open Juneteenth and July 4th holidays, but no Monday holidays.

Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays, and closed for Thanksgiving, Friday after Thanksgiving, and mid-December to mid-March.

Hudson River Skywalk: a pedestrian path, approximately three miles one way or six miles roundtrip, that connects the historic homes and studios of Hudson River School artists Thomas Cole and Frederic Church’s Olana. Both are MAP Pass destinations. 

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults and their (up to 4) dependent children. YOU MUST ALSO MAKE A TIMED ENTRY RESERVATION to visit the Trevor Zoo on their website at WWW.TREVORZOO.ORG. for the same date as the library pass. You may arrive either 60 minutes before or after your reservation, as noted on their website, and stay as long as you wish. Your PPLD library pass will be your admission ticket. If your group is larger than the pass admits limit, note that admission cost is collected when you arrive for people not included in the Library Pass. However, reservations for the total group size are made in advance.  Masks are no longer required at the zoo. See website for all requirements or changes in policies. Open 9 am - 5 pm. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass:  Login to “My Passes” with Library Card’s barcode. Click on “Pass Info Center” and click on “View Pass Info” to display pass (right click mouse; select print).

 

   

Museum and Ship are run separately & hours & entrance requirements vary. Check each website for Museum or Ship for hours or closures.

Admits: Free admission to the Museum for parties of 9 or fewer with the Library Pass.  There are no advanced  reservations required for entry. The USSCM Library Pass may be printed or displayed digitally on a cell phone, using your emailed reservation confirmation with link View Pass Info or a text reminder if you sign up for one.  One pass per party.  Entrance to the Ship is free and has a required state or federal government issued photo ID, or a passport, for ages 18+, as well as an inspection and restrictions (see website for details & security checks similar to an airport).

Note that the USS Constitution Museum and the Ship are run separately and do not have the same hours of operation. 

Print pass when reservation is made. To display digitally on cell phone, your emailed Reservation has link "Pass Info" to click on to display the pass or use Text Reminder if sign up for one.  To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or find your emailed Reservation Confirmation with Link. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print. 

   

Admits: Two adults and two children for a Guided Tour of the USS Slater, docked on the Hudson River at Albany. Children, 5 and under, are free. Guided Tours begin every 30 minutes, for 1 hour, between 10 am – 3:30 pm. Present the library pass, either printed or digital display on cell phone, at the store. Library pass users may upgrade to Stem to Stern Tour (2 hrs.) with approx. $12 discounted off the tour price, or downgrade for free to select an Abbreviated Tour (30 min.) of either the Engine Room (age 13+ w/ exceptions), Collections (museum artifacts), or Main Deck (no stairs). Tours are rain or shine.  Free parking. Restrooms at the store before boarding, but not on the ship.

Ship Tours: The Guided Tour includes 6–8 stairs with railings, some tight spaces or steep stairs, and may be strenuous for some visitors. Recommend wearing non-slip walking shoes, low heels, and sunscreen. Use facilities on shore before tour, as no restrooms on ship. All tours are guided and personalize your experience, transporting you back to July 1945, as you are led into the watch stations, battle stations, and living compartments of the sailors.

Restrictions: Water bottles and closed beverage containers are allowed on ship. Smoking, open containers, eating, or gum chewing is not permitted aboard ship. Large bags, strollers, and tripods are not permitted aboard ship. The store sells limited snacks and beverages, with limited room to store large bags or strollers. The parking lot is locked for the night after the last tour ends.

Open: Wednesday – Sunday, plus all Monday Holidays and July 4th from April – November.

Print pass when reservation is made OR they will accept a Digital Pass on your Mobile Phone using "View Pass Info" link in Emailed Reservation or Text Reminder. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode or use emailed Pass Reservation, and Click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print.

   

Admits: 2 adults (18 +) for free. Youth age 17 and under are free. Present Wadsworth MAP Pass at the Museum's entrance, either printed or digital display on cell phone. Walk-ins are accomodated. Public tours are availabe with the pass, and can be pre-registered for online. The Main Entrance is 600 Main St. and handicapped accessible entrance is Avery Entrance at 29 Antheneum Square North.  See visiting information and FAQ on website. Coat check & bag storage available.  Two events have a per person fund-raising fee of  approx. $5 with Library Pass -- Fine Art & Flowers (in April) and Festival of Trees & Traditions (in Dec.).  Hours: Thurs. - Sun., 12-5 pm.  Cafe: Thurs. - Sat., 12-5 pm. Parking information on website.

Print pass when reservation is made and/or display pass digitally on your mobile device via text message link or emailed reservation link called View Pass Info.  To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.

   

Nature Museum open Tues.-Sun.  Grounds & Trails open 24/7.  Trail Maps to 40 miles of trails on website, includes the largest lake in CT.  Picnic areas available. 

Admits: Entry to Nature Museum for 2 adults and up to 4 children.  There is free access to the 40 miles of trails within the 4,000 acres of the White Memorial Foundation that include the Education Center grounds, forests, 60 miles of Bantam Lake's shoreline, boat launch, swimming areas, river, wetlands, and ponds.  Trail maps on website. Nature Museum is open Tues. - Sun. Hours will vary in winter for Nature museum: Tues - Sat. 10 am to 5:00 pm. Sundays 12 pm - 5 pm.. Closed Mondays. Pass not valid on Family Nature Day in late Sept for selected date as varies annually.

About the Museum: https://whitememorialcc.org/museum/

Property Highlights: https://whitememorialcc.org/our-property/

Restrictions: Dogs must be leashed, no longer than 7 feet. Carry in/carry out policy for picnic waste.  

Closed: Nature Museum ia closed Mondays and on major holidays. However, grounds and trails are always open 24/7.

Print pass when reservation is made. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with Library's barcode. Click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse,  select print. 

   

Admits: Four youth (ages 5 – 17) for free, plus children 4 and under for free, and two adults for discounted cost of $10 each to pay on-site with Library Pass no reservation. Children do not have to be related to adult pass users. Do not use their online ticketing. At the entrance show the Library Pass. New 2023 is "Birdly," which gives the immersive experience of what it is like to fly like a bird, and costs $6 per person as an additional ticket at entrance, with 48 inch height limit. See website under "Inside" for details. Indoor exhibits and Waterside Cafe are open. Some trails and the Wild Walk are ADA accessible. Picnic in designated areas by parking lot, or indoor cafe, and tent area if available. Visit their website for information on all their is to see and do, and their FAQ. Sturdy shoes and dressing for the weather are recommended. Library Pass is not good for museum shop discount. Open rain or shine, and hours vary seasonally.   

Print Libary Pass when Reservation is made or download to display pass on cell phone, or display emailed confirmation or text reminder Library Pass under "View Pass Info" on Cell Phone if have WiFi.  As Internet may be spoty, printing Library Pass before traveling is recommended. To re-print pass: Login to "My Passes" with your library card barcode and click on "Pass Info Center" and click on "View Pass Info" to display. To print, right click mouse, select print.