Woodland Park Zoo Joins The Seattle Public Library's Museum Pass Program

Schools and Libraries

March 31, 2018

From: Seattle Public Library

Woodland Park Zoo has joined The Seattle Public Library’s Museum Pass program, which offers free admission to 16 Seattle museum and cultural organizations for Library cardholders. This is the largest ticketing partnership we've added to the Museum Pass program!

Fifty passes to the zoo will be made available per day. Each pass will allow four people, ages 3 and up, to access the zoo for free during regular business hours. The zoo provides free admission year-round for children ages 2 and under.

Founded in 1899, the Woodland Park Zoo features more than 1,200 animals and has been a beloved community institution of learning and conservation for generations of people from the Northwest and around the world. Visit www.zoo.org for more information and current operating hours.

How to use the Museum Pass program

Library cardholders can reserve one free Museum Pass per week. Each Museum Pass provides admission for at least two adults — some passes allow more, and may include free admission for kids ages 17 and under. You can sign up for a pass to a specific organization once every 30 days.

The program reservation system requires you to enter your Library card number and personal identification number (PIN), then choose a specific date and print the museum pass. To read more details and reserve a museum pass, visit www.spl.org/museumpass.

Participating museums and cultural organizations

Other participating organizations include: The Burke Museum, The Center for Wooden Boats, Flying Heritage Collection, Henry Art Gallery, Living Computers: Museum + Lab, The Log House Museum, MoPOP, Museum of Flight, Museum of History & Industry, Nordic Heritage Museum, Northwest African American Museum, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Aquarium, Seattle Public Theater, and Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience.

The Museum Pass program is sponsored by The Seattle Public Library Foundation.

For more information, call the Library at 206-386-4636 or Ask a Librarian.