Museum Passes

Passes to the following local museums may now be checked out from the Mamaroneck Library by patrons with a valid Mamaroneck Library Card. Kindly note that passes are limited to one pass per family, can not be renewed, and the same pass may not be reserved for 2 consecutive charge periods. Due to heavy demand, residents of other communities should check for availability of museum passes with their  local libraries, as we are unable to loan out passes to them.Museum Pass Program Logo

  • Bruce Museum
  • Cooper-Hewitt Museum
  • Danbury Railway Museum
  • The Frick Collection
  • Guggenheim Museum
  • Intrepid Sea and Air Museum
  • Katonah Museum of Art*
  • Museum of the City of New York
  • Neuberger Museum of Art
  • Stamford Museum & Nature Center
  • Stepping Stones Museum for Children

* This museum uses paper passes which do not need to be returned to the library.

Discount passes for the following museums may also be checked out

  • The Maritime Museum and Aquarium • $2 off up to 6 tickets per pass.

Mamaroneck Library card holders are entitled to check out museum passes for a period of 6 days, including the date the pass is picked up. In other words, the software automatically block passes for 5 days after the date requested. For example, if you would like to make a reservation for the Intrepid for the weekend of July 30th, you would pick July 29th as the first day and that would make the pass due on Wednesday, August 3rd.

Late passes will incur a $5/day late fee as the next patron will be affected if the pass is not returned on time.

If your library card has fines of more than $10 or is blocked you may not check out the pass. Card holders may only check out one pass at a time.

Passes must be returned to the Reference Desk, except for the Katonah Museum of Art. Passes may not be returned in the book drop.

The patron is responsible for checking with the museums for specific information on hours, exhibits etc. Some museums might be under renovation or have seasonal hours.

This program is made possible by the Friends of the Mamaroneck Public Library.

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