Friends of the Library support the following museum passes.
The Worcester Art Museum’s (WAM) has a collection of nearly 38,000 objects. Pass allows for 50% off the museum admission for up to 2 adults and/or children. Children 3 and under are free! Passes are not valid for any other applicable discounts on special programming or lectures. Please note that library passes are NOT accepted during Flora in Winter or during special events. Hours: Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-4pm and the third Thursday of every month: 10am-8pm. WAM has FREE admission the first Sunday of each month: 10am-4pm. Free First Sundays sponsored by Sandy Hubbard and Thomas J. Logan and Saint-Gobain.
An 1830s New England Living History Museum. Library pass admits 4 visitors at 50% off regular daytime admission to the Village.
Visitors are also eligible for a free second visit within 10 days of the initial visit (the Library Pass is not required for the second visit). Hours are subject to change; Check OSV site to confirm before visiting! Open Weekends from 9:30 am – 4:00 pm. Open additional days depending on time of year and school vacations.
Museum Pass admits up to 2 people for half-price admission. Children under 6 are free.
Tower Hill is the home of the Worcester County Horticultural Society. This 130+ acre botanical garden boasts remarkable views of Mt. Wachusett and Wachusett Reservoir. Tuesday-Sunday and Holidays, Mondays 9-5 year round. Open Wednesday evenings until 9pm (May 13th through December 31st). The Garden is Closed Mondays EXCEPT federal holidays. Guided Garden Tour every Sunday, 2:00 pm. Sponsor: Friends of the Library.
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation “ParksPass” hang-tag entitles the bearer to free parking for one vehicle at over 50 day-use facilities in the State Parks system that charges a fee; not valid for camping. Note: Resident status is determined by the car’s plates. If you are in a car with out-of-state plates, an in-state Parks Pass will be invalid even with an in-state driver’s license. Sponsor: MA Department of Conservation and Recreation.