Museum Passes

The Library offers passes for free or discounted admission to a number of local museums and other attractions. These passes are funded by the Friends of Leverett Library. You can borrow a pass with a library card (in good standing) from any CWMARS library. Passes may be reserved in advance by calling the library, and check out for three days.

Following is a list of the passes available. Passes and admittance information are subject to change. 
Click on the museum’s website for further information. Museum Passes are also available at other libraries in the CWMARS Library System. Note that other libraries may have different loan policies. 

Please let us know about your experience using the passes.

Pioneer Valley Symphony - Pass admits up to two adults and two children (under 18) for free to any PVS Orchestra concert (2018-2019 season). www.pvsoc.org

Smith College of Art - Pass admits eight people for free. www.smith.edu/artmuseum

Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory (Deerfield) - Pass admits one person for free. www.magicwings.com/

Historic Deerfield - Pass admits up to four people for free.    www.historic-deerfield.org

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (Springfield) - Pass provides discounted admission for up to 12 adults and 8 youths   www.hoophall.com

Children’s Museum of Holyoke - Pass admits up to 6 people at half price.    www.childrensmuseumholyoke.org

Clark Art Institute (Williamstown) - Pass admits one adult free. www.clarkart.edu

Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art (South Amherst) - Pass admits up to two adults and four children for free.  www.carlemuseum.org

MASS MoCA (North Adams) - Pass admits up to 2 adults and 2 children (under 16) for free.
www.massmoca.org

Springfield Museums - Pass admits up to four visitors for free (Hurry! Springfield Museums is discontinuing this pass effective 02/27/2019).    
www.springfieldmuseums.org

MA Dept of Conservation & Recreation (DCR) Parks - Pass provides free day parking at any DCR state park. www.mass.gov/orgs/department-of-conservation-recreation