Museum & Park Passes

Lilly Library Museum Passes are purchased through the generosity of the Friends of Lilly Library.

The following organizations donated one or more passes: Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation and the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute.Thank you! Lilly Library and the Florence Community appreciate your support!

Borrowing a Museum Pass

  • Check out museum passes from the Circulation desk at Lilly Library with your valid C/WMARS library card.
  • Card must be unexpired and have no billed items or fines over $10.00
  • Museum passes circulate for 3 days with no renewal.
  • Limit of 1 pass per family.
  • Museum passes must be returned to Lilly Library at the Circulation Desk in the plastic envelope provided. Lost/damaged envelopes are $5.00. Passes cannot be returned in the bookdrop.
  • If a pass is available, it can be held at the circulation desk for you for 4 hours.
  • If a pass is not picked up within the 4 hours, it is put back in circulation.
  • Passes can not be placed on hold through the online catalog.
  • The late fee on a museum pass is $5/day with a maximum of $25.
  • As with all material checked out on your library card, when you borrow a pass you agree to the borrowing guidelines and agree to pay the replacement cost for lost passes.
  • Look on the catalog for available passes.

Museum Passes

Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Admits 2 adults and 4 children.
(413) 658-1100

Hancock Shaker Village
Free admission for 2 adults and 2 youth (13-17); children 12 and under always free.
(413) 443-0188

Historic Deerfield
Admits 4.
Historic Deerfield’s museum houses are closed to the public during the winter months (December – Mid-April). Please check the Hours and Admissions section of Historic Deerfield’s website for exact details about which part of the museum is open or closed as it varies throughout the year.
TEL: (413) 774-5581 TTD: (413) 775-7264

Look Park
Admits one carload.
(413) 584-5457

Massachusetts Museum of
Contemporary Art

Admits 2 adults & 2 children (under 16) to galleries during normal gallery hours. Not valid for performing arts events or special exhibition openings.
(413) 664-4481

The Mount
Edith Wharton’s home
Pass admits one adult for $10. A $10 savings off regular admission of $20.
2 Plunkett St., Lenox, MA 01240
(413) 551-5100

Massachusetts Annual Parks Pass
for the Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation

This pass entitles the bearer free parking for one vehicle (excluding buses and 15-passenger vans) at over 50 day-use facilities in the State Parks system that charge a parking fee, including D.A.R. State Forest, Mt. Holyoke Range State Park, Mt. Tom State Park, and Mount Greylock State Reservation. Not valid at Quabbin Reservoir.
(617) 626-1250

Norman Rockwell Museum
Admits up to (2) adults at the discounted rate of 12 dollars each.
Children 5 and under are free, as are museum members.
(413) 298-4100

Sand Springs
Admits one family.
(413) 884-6191

Springfield Museums at the Quadrangle
Buy one admission and get the other one half off.
(413) 263-6800

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
Admits 1 adult.
Free admission on first Sunday of the month from October through May. Free for members, children under 18, and students with a valid ID.
The Clark hosts a number of free family days during the year. Please check Family Events for details.
(413) 458-2303

Replacement Cost for Passes
Replacement cost may be higher than original purchasing cost for the library.

If you lose or fail to return a Museum Pass, you will be charged the following:

Children’s Museum at Holyoke $250.00
Eric Carle Museum $125.00
Hancock Shaker Village $250.00
Historic Deerfield $50.00
Look Park $48.00
MASS MoCA $150.00
Massachusetts Parks Pass $35.00
Mystic Aquarium $250.00
Norman Rockwell Museum $100.00
Smith College Art Museum $75.00
Springfield Museums $100.00
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute $90.00
USS Constitution Museum $125.00
Wistariahurst $50.00
The Zoo at Forest Park $150.00