https://www.eventkeeper.com/ek_logos//poklib_hdr_tk.jpg
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 May 21, 2024

Admits: Two (2) adults and two (2) youths (13-17 years) for free, and children 12 and under are admitted free.  Present the Printed Pass or Digital Pass displayed on your cell phone using your Reservation Confirmation email, click on "View Pass Info" or Text Reminder's same link. Special events may have tickets, see website.

About: 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 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.

   

Wednesday May 22, 2024

Admits: Two (2) adults and two (2) youths (13-17 years) for free, and children 12 and under are admitted free.  Present the Printed Pass or Digital Pass displayed on your cell phone using your Reservation Confirmation email, click on "View Pass Info" or Text Reminder's same link. Special events may have tickets, see website.

About: 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 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.

   

Thursday May 23, 2024

Admits: Two (2) adults and two (2) youths (13-17 years) for free, and children 12 and under are admitted free.  Present the Printed Pass or Digital Pass displayed on your cell phone using your Reservation Confirmation email, click on "View Pass Info" or Text Reminder's same link. Special events may have tickets, see website.

About: 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 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.