The Bartow County Library System is delighted to participate in partner programs made available through Georgia Public Library Services and their special partners. Spend a lovely day at the zoo with your family, hike the amazing trails at Georgia State Parks, or tour the Center for the Puppetry Arts with passes available at all library branches.
This pass is currently on HOLD until further notice.
View the Zoo Atlanta DVD for a free Family Zoo Pass. The pass is valid for a family of four. Contact the library for more information.
Georgia families can check out a family pass to the Chattahoochee Nature Center which will admit up to four people to the Center for free. The pass is for general admission only. The CNC participates in Nature Exchange (NEX) which is a way for children and adults to explore the natural world around them.
The “Passport to Puppetry” pass is valid up to four free passes to the Atlanta Center for Puppetry Arts. The museum offers educational fun with more than 350 puppets from around the world. Visit Center for the Puppetry Arts for valid dates, showtimes & hours of operations.
The Michael C. Carlos Museum provides Georgia Libraries with a pass that is valid for up to six free admissions. The museum is renowned for its collections of aft from Egypt, the near East, Greece, Rome, Africa, the America’s and Asia, as well as, works from the Renaissance to the present.
The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum pass will admit up to four people to the Breman for free. Check out is one week. For any special programs there is an entrance fee.
A valid adult library card now allows patrons to borrow a Georgia State “Parks Pass” & Historic Site pass from their local libraries. The pass is good for free parking or admission to any of the 63 parks and historic sites statewide for up to one week.
Go Fish Education Center is Perry, GA takes visitors on an educational journey through Georgia’s Watersheds to learn about our diverse aquatic wildlife.
Get a pass to visit the Macon Museum of Arts and Sciences, the Tubman Museum and the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame.