Museum Passes

Fill out the Museum Reservation Request form at the bottom to request a museum pass!

The Smyth Public Library currently offers a variety of museum passes for patron use. Passes are available to be checked out for 2 days at a first-come, first-served basis. Reserves can be made in advance for any passes by calling, emailing or filling out the museum reservation request form at the bottom of the page.

Museum Spotlight:

Seacoast Science Center at Odiorne State Park– Rye
50% off admission for 2 adults and up to 4 children

Ocean Commotion

for ages 1-3 and a favorite adult

Mondays, 9:30-10:15am

Little ones and their favorite adults dance, play, and use their senses to explore a new set of activities each week. Just drop in! Check out Today’s Schedule to learn more and find out what fun we have planned on the day of your visit.

 

Big Fish Little Fish

for ages 3-5 and a favorite adult
Fridays, 9:30-10:30am

Kids and their favorite adults actively explore and learn about the habitats of OPSP together in this outdoor program.Check out Today’s Schedule to learn more and find out what fun we have planned on the day of your visit. Preregister and save $2 per class.

 

Holiday Vacation Camp

9am-3pm (9am-12pm option available for ages 4-5). Sign up for one or all 3 days.

Wednesday, December 26
    Blue Stewards
Thursday, December 27
    Ocean Exploration and the Deep Sea
Friday, December 28
    Winter Wildlife Ramble

Learn more and register today!
Treks 4 Tots for ages 4-5
Seaside Safari for grades K-5

 

Museum Passes Available:

American Independence Museum– Exeter
Free admission for two adults and their children under 18

Ring in the Season at Folsom Tavern!

NEW! Colonial Holiday Tea – Saturdays, December 1 & 8 
You are cordially invited to a Colonial Holiday Tea in Folsom Tavern.  Sip delicious teas and dine on small bites provided by colonial-inspired caterer For the Love of Food and Drink.  Create your own historic handiwork with lavender sachets and mulling spices– perfect for holiday gift giving. Try your hand at quill pen writing for your holiday gift tags or a letter to Santa. The museum’s holiday gift shop will be open for you to find that perfect present for the history lover on your list. Admission charged, reservations required.


Aviation Museum of New Hampshire– Londonderry

Free admission for one family.

Saturday, Dec. 15 at 10 a.m.: Our annual HOLIDAY party.

Don’t miss Santa’s arrival by helicopter! Plus crafts, stories for the kids, and more.

 

Thursday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m.: Rob Holland “Virtual Reality” opening

Join us for the launch of a new exhibit that puts YOU in the pilot’s seat.

Special guest: champion aerobatics competitor Rob Holland!


Currier Museum of Art- Manchester
Free general admission for 2 adults (children under 18 are free)


The Libby Museum– Wolfeboro
One Day Family Pass


Museum of Fine Art
$10 admission for up to 2 people
Children under 6 free
$10 for ages 7-17 (free after 3pm)


NH Parks Pass
The New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation’s Library Pass entitles admission to all day-use parks for two adults and up to four dependents. It is not valid at Hampton Beach State Park – South Beach, Wallis Sands State Park, Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, or the Flume Gorge and it is not valid for use at the metered parking on the seacoast or for camping. There is no cash value. The passes are seasonal and expire December 31.


See Science Center– Manchester
Free admission for 2 people


Strawbery Banke– Portsmouth

Free admission for 2 adults and up to 4 children

39th CANDLELIGHT STROLL
Celebrating winter and holiday traditions across the centuries. 
Saturdays Dec 1, 8, 15, 22, 5-9 pm. Sundays Dec 2, 9, & 16, 4-8 pm

Purchase tickets before December 1 to save $5 per ticket (online price already adjusted). 
MEMBER PROMO CODE STROLL18

 

The Spirit of Christmas Past: Four Centuries of Christmas in New England
Sunday, December 9, 1:00 – 2:30 pm
at the Gov. John Langdon House,
143 Pleasant Street, Portsmouth, NH

Join Ken Turino of Historic New England for a delightful exploration of Christmas traditions through 1900, when Woodbury Langdon owned the house on Pleasant Street. Following the lecture, stay for a reception with the speaker and a chance to tour the first floor of the Governor John Langdon House.

Please bring a donation of a new pair of mittens/gloves for the Langdon House mitten tree, which will be donated to a local shelter.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please call Historic New England via 603.436.3205 or by clicking here


Squam Lakes Science Center – Holderness
two $3 trail admissions, plus up to four additional discounted trail admissions for $10 each.


Woodman Museum- Dover
Two for the price of one or half price for one person
 
Museum Reservation Request Form: request to make a pass reservation here!