Did you know that your Seattle Public Library card can get you free admission to local museums? Yes! You read that right, that card can do a lot more than just give you access to the wonderful world of books. So if you attending museums for free is of interest to you, keep reading to find out more.

The Seattle Public Library has a Museum Pass program that has been hibernating due to the pandemic. But now that the city is slowly reopening, it’s doing the same. So that means you can get access to theĀ Burke Museum, MoPop Museum of Pop Culture, Museum of Flight, Nordic Heritage Museum, Seattle Aquarium, and Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience all for free.

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And the best part is that you can visit any of these museums every 30 days. So you could check out every single one of these spots every month if you really wanted to. Just make sure to reserve your pass online and print them out before you go. And if you don’t see any availability, new passes are available each evening after 9 pm.

If you’d like to learn more about Seattle Public Library and its Museum Pass you can click here. And if you’re a library cardholder we highly recommend that you use this service. After all, who doesn’t want to spend a day at a spot like theĀ Seattle Aquarium or Burke Museum? Enjoy folks!