The Friends of the Kent Library generously provides funding for the museum pass program.
These passes allow free or reduced admission to some of the area’s most popular institutions.
The library accepts reservations for museum passes from library card holders.
Library patrons can reserve museum passes in person or by phone (845-225-8585)
Patrons can make reservations up to sixty days in advance.
Currently, our library offers Museum Passes for:
Aldrich Museum (Pass-Holder and accompanying family members)
****American Museum of Natural History (2 Guests)
(1 Adult & 3 Guests)
Danbury Railway Museum ( 2 Adults & 2 Children)
Intrepid Sea, Air, Space Museum (6 Guests)
Guggenheim (2 Cardholders & 3 Guests)
Hammond Museum (1 Family)
Katonah Museum of Art (1 Family)
****Maritime Aquarium ($2 off Aquarium & IMAX each) (6 Guests)
Mid Hudson Children's Museum (2 Adults & Children under 18 in household)
Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) (5 Guests)
Museum of the City of New York (Unlimited Admission)
Putnam History Museum (1 Family)
Storm King Art Center (2 Adults & Children under 18 in household)
****Special Restrictions(Ask Staff)
In order to borrow a membership pass you must be at least 18 years old, have had a library card for
more than 90 days and have a current borrowing record of no current fines, no overdues, no lost items, and no more than one claims returned.
Loan Period = 3 Days
Passes are picked up and returned to the Kent Circulation desk.
Museum Passes must be returned during operating hours.
May NOT be returned in the Book Drop (Fee of $25 if returned in the book drop or to any other library).
Any loss incurred as the result of failed returns will be the responsibility of the borrower.
There will be a $5 per day fee for any museum pass returned after the 3 day period.
No Renewals or Holds are allowed.
Failure to return museum passes within one week of the due date will cause a block to the borrower's record prohibiting
borrowing of any kind and the full museum pass replacement fee will be charged ($100-500 depending upon museum).