Click this link here to reserve a pass: online museum pass reservation system. Book your passes here remembering that you can’t book further than 30 days out.
What’s available in the entire network
What’s available in West Bridgewater:
|Children’s Museum in Easton – Half price per person, maximum 4 people. Paper pass, no deposit required.|
|Dreamland Wax Museum Boston – Each pass allows up to 10 guests for $5 each. Paper pass, no deposit required.|
|Edaville Railroad – One e-pass issued daily. Access the pass online. Pass authorizes a $10 discount per person, for up to four (4) people. Admission includes Thomas Land, Dino Land, the Christmas Festival of Lights, and all rides and attractions. Pass cannot be combines with other discounts.|
|Fairbanks House – Buy one admission, get one free. Open May through October.|
|Hall at Patriots Place – Free admission for 2 people. Pass requires a $5 deposit and must be returned before 10 am the next morning.|
Massachusetts State Park – Free parking for one vehicle. Pass requires a $5 deposit and must be returned before 10 am the next morning.
Museum of Fine Arts –$10 per person, maximum 2 people. Paper pass, no deposit required.
Museum of Science – 50% off ticket price, maximum 4 people. Paper pass, no deposit required.
|Mystic Aquarium, CT – $5 off per person for up to four people. Pass requires $5 deposit and must be returned before 10 am the next morning.|
|Robbins Museum of Archaeology in Middleboro Complimentary admission. Maximum 6 individuals per pass.|
USS Constitution – Free, maximum 9 people. Pass requires $5 deposit and must be returned before 10 am the next morning.
- A $5 deposit is required for reusable passes. Paper passes do not require deposits. If a pass is returned late, the $5 deposit will be forfeited. There will be an additional $5 fine for every day that the pass is late. Any deposit that is not picked up in 30 days will be donated to the Friends of the Library.
- A SAILS library card is required to borrow all passes.
- Only one pass per family.
Passes are made available through the generosity of the Friends of the Library