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Museum Passes

Explore a variety of museums, parks, and other educational attractions located both near and far! Passes are free with your library card. They must be picked up at the Napanee or Amherstview branches and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Museum of Lennox and Addington

Delve into L&A’s rich and colourful past. The story of the settlement and historical development of Lennox & Addington County is highlighted in a number of themed exhibits displayed within the old County Gaol.

National Gallery of Canada

The National Gallery of Canada, located in Ottawa, is Canada’s national art museum and one of the largest in North America. A pass will give you one free family admission to the permanent NGC collection.

Canadian Museum of History

This pass will give a family of five free entry to the Canadian Museum of History and the Canadian Museum of War. Both museums, located in Ottawa, illuminate the human history of Canada and the cultural diversity of its people.

Ingenium

Ingenium consists of three Ottawa-based museums: Canada Agriculture and Food Museum, Canada Aviation and Space Museum, and Canada Science and Technology Museum. Visit all three with an Ingenium family pass.

Quinte Conservation Area

This pass allows you to park your vehicle at any of Quinte Conservation’s areas from dawn until dusk, any day of the year. Explore Potter’s Creek, H.R.Frink, Vanderwater, Little Bluff, Macaulay Mountain, Massassauga Point, and more!

Ontario Parks Pass

The Ontario Parks Parking Pass allows your vehicle to enter any of Ontario’s beautiful provincial parks subject to park regulations. Explore Algonquin, Arrowhead, Mono Cliffs, North Beach, Presqu’ile, Sandbanks, and more!

Ottawa Museum Network

With the Ottawa Museum Network Pass, a family of up to four adults and six children can visit over ten specialized museums in the Ottawa area, including Bytown Museum, the Diefenbunker and Watson’s Mill.

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