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Available Museum Passes

Museum Passes

Day Passes & Discount Cards available at Oakville Branch Library (55 Davis Street, Oakville CT 06779 - 860-945-5368)

Beardsley Zoo

Connecticut's only zoo. Situated on 52 lush acres of Beardsley Park in Bridgeport, Connecticut. It has a melange of creatures - from bears and bison, to otters and ocelots - and over 120 other species.

The Children's Museum

Features hands on exhibits plus the Traveler Science Dome.

CT Old Statehouse

The very spot where Connecticut's democracy was born – you'll learn about how it was born and who made it happen.

Connecticut State Park Day Pass

Explore the natural beauty of Connecticut State Parks.

Imagine Nation Museum

Hands-on and interactive exhibits specialized for children ages 2 to 10.

The Mark Twain House & Museum

The Mark Twain House & Museum, a National Historic Landmark in Hartford, Connecticut, was the home of America's greatest author, Samuel Clemens (a.k.a. Mark Twain) and his family from 1874 to 1891. Throughout the year, The Mark Twain House & Museum presents special events and educational programs that illuminate Twain's literary legacy for fans of all ages.

Mystic Aquarium

Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration is one of the nation’s leading aquariums and home of famed ocean explorer Dr. Robert Ballard and his Institute for Exploration. It is located in Mystic, Connecticut.

Peabody Museum Of Natural History

More than 11 million specimens and objects in anthropology, botany, zoology, paleontology, entomology, ornithology, and historical scienfiic instruments in its collections.

New Britain Museum of Art

Dedicated to serving all people by pursuing excellence in art through collections, exhibitions, and education.

This pass is valid for four people to visit the Museum at one time (at least one adult must accompany children under the age of 16). Additional fees may apply to some optional events and activities.

Stepping Stones Museum For Children

Stepping Stones mission is to broaden and enrich the educational opportunities for children ages ten and under and to enhance their understanding of the world. The museum seeks to create an environment that inspires lifelong learning and supports parents, caregiver and educators as facilitators of children's explorations.

Wadsworth Antheneum Museum Of Art

The Wadsworth Atheneum is the oldest public art museum in the United States, with significant holdings of French and American Impressionist paintings, Hudson River School landscapes, modernist masterpieces and contemporary works, as well as extensive holdings in early American furniture and decorative arts. It is located in a distinctive castle-like building in downtown Hartford, Connecticut, the state's capital.

White Memorial Conservation Center

The White Memorial Conservation Center, an Environmental Education Center and Nature Museum, is located in the heart of the 4000-acre White Memorial Foundation in the hills of northwestern Connecticut. The Foundation today comprises 4000 acres of fields, water, and woodlands, trails, campgrounds, boating facilities, and special areas for large outdoor educational and recreational gatherings.

Contact the Branch Library for details and to arrange to pick up passes.

Reservations are Recommended!!!

Patrons are responsible for passes/discount cards and will replace the lost pass/discount card at their own expense.

Passes must be returned as soon as they are used.

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Watertown Library Association
470 Main Street, Watertown CT 06795
VOICE: 860 945-5360
EMAIL: WtnLib@watertownlibrary.org

Oakville Branch Library
55 Davis Street, Oakville, CT 06779
Voice: (860) 945-5368
EMAIL: OakBr@watertownlibrary.org

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