To select a museum, click “Details/Reserve”, then select which Pass to reserve.
Boston Harbor Island Ferry
The largest recreational open space in Eastern Massachusetts, the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park is comprised of 34 islands and mainland parks that deliver access to historic sites and provide opportunities to hike and camp. Transportation to the islands is by ferry and, depending on the location, your own boat. Please refer to their website for the most up-to-date information about what is open and how to get there.
Buy one ticket, get one free. **Tickets must be purchased online at www.bostonharborislands.org with online discount code. No library pickup!**
Massachusetts State Parks (Department of Conservation and Recreation)
The Massachusetts State Parks have locations in all regions of the Commonwealth, from Pittsfield to Boston, and from Gloucester to Provincetown. They include beaches, wooded parks, parkways, and reservoirs, each with its own unique activities and amenities like hiking, biking, swimming and boating, camping, and more.
Pass allows 1 vehicle for 1 day for free parking.
Pass must be returned to the library by 10am the following day.
The Trustees of the Reservations preserve and protect more than 100 special properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value—nearly 25,000 acres—all around Massachusetts. From Crane’s Beach in Ipswich and World’s End in Hingham to The Old Manse in Concord and Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, visitors to Trustees sites enjoy local history and nature in its various forms: beaches, meadows, forests, swamps and more.
Each pass allows free admission for two adults and children under 18 to any Trustees property.
At Crane Beach, pass allows one carload at a discounted membership rate of $15/weekdays, $20/weekends.
Pass does not need to be returned to the library.