Museum Passes

Enjoy free or discounted admission to 25 nearby museums, including:

Who can check out passes?

The East Greenbush Community Library offers passes to 25 nearby museums for free or discounted admission.  Only East Greenbush and Schodack residents as well as current members of the Friends of the East Greenbush Community Library are eligible.  A patron’s East Greenbush Community Library card & the Friends database act as necessary ID.This program is totally funded by The Friends of the East Greenbush Community Library.

Program guidelines
  • A pass can be checked out for 3 days.
  • Only one pass per household can be checked out at a time.
  • There are no renewals on the passes.
  • Passes are handed out on a first-come, first-served basis. Passes need to be picked up by library closing time the same day if you call to check on availability.
  • Late Fees: $5.00 per day up to a maximum of $25.00 for late or lost passes.
  • Passes with their cases must be returned DIRECTLY to the East Greenbush Community Library.


List of museum passes
Check the museum websites listed below for hours, directions and their current exhibit information.
Some museums may charge additional fees such as special ticketed exhibits, family activities & tours.

Albany Institute of History & Art:
Bennington Museum:
Berkshire Botanical
Berkshire Museum:
CMOST – Children’s Museum of Science & Technology:
The Children’s Museum at Saratoga:
Crailo State Historic Site:  www.nysparks/
Empire Pass:
Empire State Aerosciences Museum:
The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art:
FASNY – Museum of Firefighting:
Hancock Shaker Village:
Hildene (The Lincoln Family Home):
Historic Cherry Hill:
The Hyde Collection:
MASSMoCA:  Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art:
miSci (Museum of Innovation & Science):
Norman Rockwell Museum:
Olana State Historic Site:
Saratoga Automobile Museum:
Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site:  www.nysparks/
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute:
USS Slater DE766 – Destroyer Escort Historical Museum:
The Wild Center:
World Awareness Children’s Museum: