The Seattle Public Library has returned yet another Seattle favorite to its Museum Pass program. Library cardholders can now get access to the Woodland Park Zoo. It’s a popular destination for Seattleites both young and old. Here’s what to expect.
The SPL Museum Pass program gives you access to the following institutions.
Center for Wooden Boats
Henry Art Gallery
Museum of Flight
Museum of History & Industry
Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP)
National Nordic Museum
Seattle Art Museum & Seattle Asian Art Museum (shared pass)
Wing Luke Museum
Woodland Park Zoo
The Woodland Park Zoo is the twelfth attraction to be added to the list and allows you to see all of the zoo’s favorite creatures.
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Best of all, all you have to do in order to use the program is be a Seattle Public Library cardholder! 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.
Keep in mind new passes are made available every day after 12 pm and when reserving you will have to enter your Library card number and PIN, then choose a specific date and print the museum pass. You can snag your passes at SPL’s website. Enjoy Seattle!
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