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The Hubbardston Library offers a number of free or discounted passes to a variety of local attractions.
A valid library card in good standing is all that is required for check out.
Passes are available on a first come/first serve basis.
All passes must be returned to the library during open hours.

Scroll down for descriptions and links to web sites.

The mission of The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, a non-profit organization in Amherst, Massachusetts, is to inspire a love of art and reading through picture books. The only full-scale museum of its kind in the United States, The Carle collects, preserves, presents, and celebrates picture books and picture book illustrations from around the world. In addition to underscoring the cultural, historical, and artistic significance of picture books and their art form, The Carle offers educational programs that provide a foundation for arts integration and literacy.
The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art is located at 125 West Bay Road, Amherst, MA 01002
Phone: 413-559-6300
Pass admits 2 adults and up to 4 children for free one day admission.
In 1668, merchant and ship-owner John Turner built a house on Salem Harbor that was destined to become one of America’s most beloved historic homes. Designated a National Historic Landmark District in 2007, The House of the Seven Gables is best known today as the setting of world-renowned American author Nathaniel Hawthorne’s 1851 novel.   Visiting Hours - June 30, 2019—October 31, 2019 Open daily 10:00am – 7:00pm *July 4: Closed at 5:00pm for Independence Day. *September 15: Closed at 1:00 for annual fundraiser event Our Location 115 DERBY STREET SALEM, MA  01970.  Phone (978) 744-0991.
Passes will admit 4 people at half price per pass..  Not valid in the month of October.


The newly expanded 8,000-square foot conservatory houses nearly 4,000 native and tropical butterflies year round. It is also home to many plants and a pond with a small waterfall and brilliantly colored Japanese carp, called koi. Visitors are delighted with the many different varieties of butterflies swooping gracefully amidst the plants and flowers. Stand still and perhaps a butterfly will gently descend and land on your shoulder, thinking that maybe you are a flower for it to taste. We can't guarantee visitors the rare delight of a butterfly landing on them; we just want everyone to enjoy the peace and tranquility that exists with the butterflies inside this glass house.
Pass admits up to 2 adults for free one day admission.  Pass may not be used on children's admission.

The Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation

Borrow a ParksPass and discover your Massachusetts State Parks. The ParksPass entitles the bearer to free parking at over 50 facilities in the Massachusetts State Parks System that charge a day-use parking fee.

The Museum’s mission is to play a leading role in transforming the nation’s relationship with science and technology.
This role becomes ever more important as science and technology shape and reshape our lives and world, and it means we:

  • Promote active citizenship informed by the world of science and technology
  • Inspire lifelong appreciation of the importance and impact of science and engineering
  • Encourage young people of all backgrounds to explore and develop their interests in understanding the natural and human-made world

To do this, we will continue to build our position as a leader in the world’s museum community and use our educational perspective as an informal learning institution to help the formal pre K – 12 education system.
MoS discount passes are date-specific.  Maximum: 4 people per coupon.  Admission is Ten ($10.00) per person to Exhibit Halls only.  Does not include admission to Omni, Palnetarium, 40D Theater, butterfly Gardens or Special Exhibits.
1 Science Park
Boston, MA  02114

The mission of Mystic Aquarium is to inspire people to care for and protect our ocean planet through conservation, education and research.
The Mystic Aquarium is located at 55 Coogan Boulevard, Mystic, CT  
Phone: 860-572-5955
Pass discount of $5.00 off admission for up to 4 people.

Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor history museum in the Northeast, depicts a rural New England town of the 1830s. Step inside more than 40 original buildings, and explore homes, meetinghouses, a district school, country store, bank, working farm, three water-powered mills, and trade shops – all situated on more than 200 scenic acres. Talk with authentically costumed historians and see heritage breed farm animals. Discover the endless ways to immerse yourself in the Village.
The pass offers 50% for daytime admission for up to four people
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA  01566
(800) 733-1830 or (508) 347-3362
Our mission is to Inspire the use and appreciation of horticulture to improve lives, enrich communities and strengthen commitment to the natural world.
Tower Hill features a year-round display of the finest plants for cultivation in New England. Carefully planned gardens and collections of ornamental, edible and native plants, plus trails that enhance the natural features of this beautiful 132-acre property and a robust program and event schedule make Tower Hill a year-round destination.
Tower Hill Botanic Garden is located at 11 French Drive, Boylston, MA 01505
Phone: 508.869.6111
Pass admits 2 people at half price, children under 6 are free.
Zoo New England

Zoo New England's mission is to inspire people to protect and sustain the natural world for future generations by creating fun and engaging experiences that integrate wildlife and conservation programs, research, and education.
Franklin Park Zoo
Franklin Park Zoo is a 72-acre site nestled in Boston’s historic Franklin Park, long considered the "crown jewel" of Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace Park System. The Zoo was founded in 1912 and was managed by the City of Boston until 1958, when the Metropolitan District Commission (MDC), a state agency, assumed management. The MDC managed the Zoos until 1991, when Governor William Weld signed legislation to create the private Commonwealth Zoological Corporation (CZC). In July of 1997 the CZC changed its name to Zoo New England to reflect the regional appeal of the Zoo.
Visiting Franklin Park Zoo
Stone Zoo
Stone Zoo, formerly known as the Middlesex Fells Zoo, is located on a 26-acre site near the sparkling Spot Pond reservoir in Stoneham, MA. Charles Price, Superintendent of the Metropolitan District Commission’s Middlesex Fells Reservation, founded the Zoo in 1905, and in 1969, the site was renamed in honor of Walter D. Stone, a former Zoo Director. In 1991, the Commonwealth Zoological Corporation (CZC) was created to maintain care, custody, and control of both Stone Zoo and Franklin Park Zoo.
Visiting Stone Zoo
ZooNewEngland Discount passes will admit six people for general daytime admission for Nine ($9.00) Dollars per adult and Six ($6.00) Dollars per child.