Your library card can now be used to obtain day passes for a host of different destinations.
Passes are loaned for 48 hours, due to high demand overdue fees are charged for passes. Visit any of the sites below, click on site name for more info:
VINS—Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences: Admits patrons for $5 each. Children 3 and under are free.
Check out their nature exhibits, wildlife programs, and nature trails.
The American Precision Museum: Admits a family
The museum holds the largest collection of historically significant machine tools in the nation. Located in Windsor, VT
ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center: Admits up to 2 adults and 3 youths for just four dollars each.
Hildene Museum: Manchester, Vermont
Vermont Historical Society Museum: Admits a family
From an 17th century Abenaki dwelling to a 19th century railroad telegraph office, see and experience the breadth of Vermont history at one site.
Billings Farm and Museum:Admits up to 4 people age 3+
Explore one of the finest operating dairy farms in America and a museum of Vermont’s rural past – your gateway to Vermont’s rural heritage.
Shelburne Museum: (Only available at Quechee Library; Quechee/Wilder Library patron card must be carried by one user of pass): Admits 2 adults and accompanying children under 18 at reduced rates to a museum of art and Americana. Over 150,000 works are exhibited in 39 exhibition buildings, 25 of which are historic and were relocated to the Museum grounds. Pass may also be used to register for events with attending patron’s name and a guest.
VT Granite Museum: Admits 2 adults and their children under age 18. Discover the role granite has played in VT’s history and watch granite workers in action.
Fort at No. 4: Admits 2, except for special events. See www.fortat4.org. Located in Charlestown, NH.
Moon Viewing Kit
The library’s wonderful binoculars, awarded by the Planetary and Lunar Institute, are available for borrowing along with the “moon-viewing kit”.