Love going to local museums but want to save some money? If you have a Seattle Public Library (SPL) card you can actually visit multiple local museums for free. The SPL Museum Pass program gives cardholders access to thirteen local museums and institutions. Here’s how to use your card to access them!

First, these are the Seattle museums and institutions that you can visit for free through the Museum Pass program:

  • Burke Museum
  • Center for Wooden Boats
  • Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum
  • Henry Art Gallery
  • Museum of Flight
  • Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)
  • Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP)
  • National Nordic Museum
  • Seattle Aquarium
  • Seattle Art Museum
  • Wing Luke Museum
  • Woodland Park Zoo

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And second, how do you get them?

Head to the Seattle Public Library website and enter your library card number and pin, then choose a specific date and print your museum pass.

You’re allowed to reserve one free Museum Pass per week with each pass admitting at least two adults; some passes allow more and may include free admission for kids ages 17 and under -although some museums may have different admissions, so be sure to check the SPL’s website.

Keep in mind, if you miss snagging a pass, new passes are made available every day after 12 pm. Enjoy!