About our Passes
About Our PassesThe Lynnfield Public Library is pleased to offer – through the generosity of the Friends of the Library – a number of passes that waive or reduce admission to local museums and attractions. Each pass is unique in its admission savings, so please view the museum information below to find out more about offerings and savings.
We hope you enjoy taking advantage of our Museum Pass Program when visiting area museums and attractions. Our passes saved patrons over $25,000 in admission fees in 2017 alone! If you have any suggestions on how to improve the program, or ideas for other museums or attractions you’d like to see included, please contact the Head of Circulation at 781.334.5411.
Disclaimer: We are unable to compensate patrons for any inconvenience or expense resulting from problems such as scheduling conflicts, the late return of passes, or changes in museum hours and information. We advise you to verify museum hours before making plans.
Making ReservationsAny patron with a valid NOBLE library card may reserve a museum pass at the Lynnfield Library in person or by telephone (781.334.5411). Patrons with PIN numbers (or passwords) used to log into their accounts online may also check availability, reserve passes, and change reservations using our online system (use links to the left). To obtain a PIN number, you must visit the Lynnfield Library in person.
Passes are reserved on a first-come basis and available only to the person who reserved the pass for that day. Please notify the Library immediately if you will be unable to use a reserved pass so that we may make that pass available to another patron. Failure to pick up reserved museum passes will result in a temporary block from making reservations.
Please note: Museum passes must be picked up at the library. Your printed reservation confirmation is not valid for museum admission.
Pass Pick-ups & ReturnsAll reserved museum passes must be picked up at the Lynnfield Library in person on the day of or day before the reservation. Patrons must bring the library card or photo id used to make the reservation.
Unfortunately, passes cannot be downloaded or printed at home. Most of our passes are disposable coupons that are collected by the museums and do not need to be returned to the Library. A handful of passes are reusable and circulate for a 1-day period, after which they need to be returned to the Library so they are ready for the next patron.
Circulating passes may be returned in the outdoor book drop after hours if they are packed in the yellow canvas pouch provided at the time of checkout.