Passes to selected museums in New Hampshire and Vermont are available for borrowing by library patrons. To obtain a pass click on a “Reserve Pass” link below or call the library at (603) 763-5803. Passes to the following museums are available:

Billings Farm and Museum, Woodstock, VT

One of the finest operating dairy farms in America and a museum of Vermont’s rural past.

**This pass may be used to receive general admission for 4 people, ages 4 and up (Children 3 and under receive free admission). The pass is not valid for fee based programs.

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VINSVINS Nature Center, Quechee, VT

A leader in environmental education and wildlife conservation. Nationally known for innovative natural science curricula and education programs for learners of all ages.

**This pass offers $5.00 admissions per person for up to four people.

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Currier MuseumCurrier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH

An internationally renowned art museum featuring European and American paintings, decorative arts, photographs and sculpture.

**This pass will provide 50% off general admission for 2 adults (18 years and over). All youth family members (ages 13-17) and children 12 years and under are admitted free with accompanying adults. Some programs, that are not offered free with general admissions, may require additional fees.

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The Fells HIstoric Estate and GardensThe Fells Historic Estate and Gardens, Newbury, NH

One of New England’s finest examples of an early 20th-century summer estate with 84 conserved acres of beauty and tranquility. Guests may hike the scenic trails and stroll the gardens; go on a historic guided tour of the Main House; see new art and sculpture exhibits; visit the Fairy Village; and enjoy the views of the lake and mountain from the Veranda.

**This pass admits up to 2 adults and accompanying household children under the age of 18 to the John Hay Estate at The Fells, Main House and Grounds. The pass is not valid for programs or events for which an additional fee applies (e.g., Fairy Festival, Hay Day, Christmas at The Fells).

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Kearsarge Indian MuseumKearsarge Indian Museum, Warner, NH

Educational resources and beautiful grounds where you can learn about Native American history and culture. Open daily May 1 through October 31.

**This pass admits a group of people up to four or a family of adults and their children any day except special events.

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McAuliff_ShepardMcAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, Concord, NH

A collection of innovative, interactive exhibits to explore astronomy, aviation, Earth science and space sciences.

**This pass is valid for general admission to Discovery Center’s exhibit galleries for up to 4 people. Children under 2 years old always receive free admission. There is an additional charge for planetarium show ($6 per ticket).

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SEE Science Center, Manchester, NH

An interactive learning center established to promote the understanding, enjoyment and achievements of science, mathematics and technology.

**This pass is good for 2 free admissions during public hours. Each additional person aged 3 and up is admitted for regular admission price of $10.00.

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Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth, NH

Strawbery Banke Museum is a 10-acre campus dedicated to bringing 300+ years of history to life, from Indigenous history to the present day. Tour historic houses on their original foundations, meet engaging costume roleplayers, watch traditional crafts demonstrations, and explore historical gardens and landscapes.

** This pass admits 2 adults and children under 17

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New Hampshire Telephone Museum, Warner, NH

Visitors are invited to travel back in time and trace the development of the telephone from its humble beginnings to present day through exhibits and hands-on activities. Guests will be treated to journey through 130 years of telephone history through our collection of over 1,000 artifacts beginning with the replica off Bell’s invention to modern cell phones and everything in between. A typical visit starts with a 10-minute introductory video and visitors can explore the gallery on their own or download our free mobile app.

**This pass admits two guests. Passes do not cover the cost of workshops, guided tours, or special events.

**The museum is closed January & February 

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