Through the generosity of The Friends of the Wethersfield Public Library we have a number of passes available to various museums. These passes may be checked out just like any other library item.
About the Passes
Most passes can be checked out once per week and a maximum of twice per month. A total of two passes can be reserved and checked out each week. Due to high usage rates, the State Parks and Forests pass can only be checked out once per month June – August. You will need a valid library card to make a museum pass reservation. Passes can be picked up the day before your reservation date.
All passes must be returned by 10:00 a.m. on the next day the library is open (usually the day after you use it). Passes may be placed in the bookdrop any time.
Passes must be returned to Wethersfield Library. There is a $10.00 per day fine if the pass is returned late, or returned to another library. You will be billed replacement costs for lost passes.
We will be happy to send you a brochure which describes in full the hours and various rules that pertain to individual institutions.
Feel free to call (860) 529-2665 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request for a brochure and we will send one to you. Brochures are available at the Library. The passes may be reserved in advance. You may call the Library to reserve a pass or you may make your reservation online.Museum passes may be checked out by adults (18 years of age and older) using their own library card. We encourage you to take advantage of this service!
These institutions allow free admission with a museum pass:
Connecticut Trolley Museum
Discovery Museum and Planetarium
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Florence Griswold Museum
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
Lyman Allyn Art Museum
New Britain Museum of American Art
New Haven Museum
Shore Line Trolley Museum
State Parks and Forests (includes Dinosaur and Gillette’s Castle)
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
These institutions allow reduced admission with a museum pass:
Basketball Hall of Fame
Children’s Museum and Roaring Brook Nature Center
Connecticut Science Center
Lutz Children’s Museum
Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk
Mark Twain House and Museum
New England Air Museum
Peabody Museum of Natural History
Roaring Brook Nature Center
Roger Williams Park Zoo