Looking for a new family adventure? All you need is a library card to check out passes for free or reduced admission to great destinations in Georgia. Visit Zoo Atlanta, the Center for Puppetry Arts, The Michael C. Carlos Museum or any of Georgia’s 63 state parks and historic sites. All passes are limited to adult borrowers only.
The Go Fish Education Center located in Perry takes visitors on an educational journey through Georgia’s watersheds to learn about our diverse aquatic wildlife, their natural habitats and the impacts of water pollution. Beyond that, the Center serves as a great resource of fishing information for any level of angler – where to go, what to use and when.
The Center for Puppetry Arts‘ mission is to touch lives through the art of puppetry.
The Center’s live puppetry performances, hands-on workshops, and guided museum tours provide creative arts experiences to students that aren’t available in classrooms while also providing teachers with opportunities to infuse the arts into their curriculum goals.
Our pass provides free admission for up to 4 guests or 25% off an All Inclusive Ticket
Our pass provides free parking for one vehicle at any state park
It also covers admission for four to any historic site operated by GA State Parks, Recreation & Historic Sites (see brochure for complete list)
Our Zoo Atlanta pass provides free admission for 4 people for MONDAY – FRIDAY
Patrons must first check out an informational DVD. When this is returned, fill out a pass form for the patron and staple the check in receipt to that pass. Zoo passes must be used within 28 days of receipt. Beginning January 1, 2018 the Zoo Atlanta pass is good for Monday-Friday and not on the weekends. Only adult patrons may check out the zoo pass, and only once per year.
Spend the day a world away at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. With the Michael C. Carlos Museum pass you can explore collections of Egyptian, Near Eastern, Classical, ancient American, African, and Asian art, as well as its important body of works of art on paper from the Renaissance to the present.