Q. Does the library have passes to local museums/state parks that I can check out?


Library customers can check out a one-week pass for free admission for a family of four to the Hudgens Center for the Arts, Southeastern Railway Museum, The Wrens Nest Museum, Georgia State Parks/Historic Sites, the Center for Puppetry Arts, The Go Fish Education Center and the Michael C. Carlos Museum**. The Zoo Atlanta family pass** is available through a partnership with the Georgia Public Library Service.

Click on the link below to connect to the library catalog where you can view available passes and place a hold if this option is available.
Note: Customers must bring the pass and their check out receipt when seeking admission.
*Passes are not valid for special events or educational programs.
**Zoo Passes and the Michael C. Carlos Museum passes are not eligible for holds.
The Georgia Public Library Service (GPLS) has partnered with the Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority (GEFA) to help Georgia “Go Green” by offering free Kill-A-Watt energy detector kits for checkout to library customers. The kit measures energy consumption to help you estimate the costs associated with the appliances in your home. Each kit checks out for 7 days. Reserve a kit online or visit your local branch for more information.
All of these library passes check out for one week, are non-renewable and overdue fees are 20 cents per day if they are returned past due.


  • Last Updated Mar 18, 2019
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  • Answered By Sheelagh Librarian

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