Ask at the Circulation Desk for passes to these museums.

Photo of exterior of Hamilton House of South Berwick Maine

Historic New England

Each pass to Historic New England admits 1 person to 36 properties as well as Library and Archives, as well as free and discounted programs and events.

Image is courtesy of Historic New England.

Photo of Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum atrium

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Each pass to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston provides up to four adults with $5 admission per person, redeemable at the admission desk. Cards do not need to be returned to the library.

Photographer: Liza Voll

Photo of Millyard Museum exhibit

Manchester Millyard Museum

One pass to the Manchester Millyard Museum is available for checkout. The pass provides free admission for up to four adults/children. Cards that are checked out need to be returned to the library.

Image is courtesy of the Manchester Historic Association.

Logo of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Museum of Fine Arts

Each Museum of Fine Arts pass admits two people at a discounted rate, and they are valid until the end of the calendar year. They do not have to be returned to the Library. Students are admitted FREE with a valid student ID card, so they would have no need of the pass.

Grand staircase had the NH Historical Society

New Hampshire Historical Society

Passes to the New Hampshire Historical Society in Concord must be checked out to Library patrons and returned. These provide for free admission to the New Hampshire Historical Society’s museum exhibitions and also free use of the Society’s research library. The Society’s 1911 headquarters building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features exhibitions about New Hampshire history, art, and culture. Exhibitions showcase hundreds of objects, photographs, and documents including Native American artifacts, items from the Revolutionary period through the Civil War and World War II; the original 1818 eagle that once sat atop the state capitol; portraits of notable New Hampshire residents such as Franklin Pierce and Daniel Webster; early furniture, silver, and other decorative arts; and 19th-century White Mountain landscape paintings.

Image is courtesy of the New Hampshire Historical Society.