Your Library helps you get free admission to participating Seattle museums. Enjoy exhibits on aviation, nature, science, and industry—all for free! Have a favorite museum you’d like to revisit? You can reserve one pass to the same museum once every 30 days. New passes are available each evening after 9 p.m.
2020 Museum Pass Program Update
We are working with partner institutions on the 2020 Museum Pass program in light of COVID-19 impacts. Some have indicated they won't be able to participate this year (including the Woodland Park Zoo and the Seattle Art Museum). Each institution has requirements for visiting such as wearing a mask, using a specific line or registering in advance, so please review their websites for their latest information before visiting. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Museum Pass FAQ
How do I reserve a Museum Pass?
You can reserve a museum pass online with your Library card number and PIN.
How can I cancel my pass if I can't use it?
Which museums can I visit with a Museum Pass?
The following museums participate in the Museum Pass program:
How many passes can I reserve?
You can reserve one pass per week with your Library card. Each museum pass includes at least two adult tickets; some passes include four or more tickets. You can reserve one pass to the same museum once every 30 days.
When should I book a Museum Pass?
You can reserve up to 30 days in advance of your museum visit. We have very limited availability, so book as soon as you can. New passes are available each evening after 9 p.m.
How can I find out which passes are available on a specific date?
Do I need to print the passes?
Can I use my passes on any date?
No. Passes are only good on the date you requested.
What should I do if no passes are available for a museum I want to visit?
Check back after 9 p.m. New passes are available every night.