Do you have a Toronto Public Library card? Well, now your library card will get you a lot more than just books. From here on out your Toronto library card will once again grant you free admission to the city’s top museums and cultural attractions. Looks like it’s time to go check out that exhibition that you’ve been dying to see.

Why is this happening? It’s part of Toronto Public Library’s Museum and Arts Pass which has operated on a virtual basis during the pandemic. Luckily for us Toronto folks, it went back to in-person access this past weekend. And that means you can now snag one pass per person each week.

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Each institution has its own rules and restrictions on the number of people allowed on one pass. But for the most part, a pass will admit two adults and two children. And if you’re wondering, after you book a pass, you have 3 months to use it.

It’s also worth mentioning that some institutions are tied to specific branches but there are also institutions that you can visit with your card from any branch. So here are the awesome museums and cultural attractions that you can check out with your library card.

All library branches:

  • Art Gallery of Ontario
  • Textile Museum of Canada
  • Toronto History Museums; including:
  • Colborne Lodge in High Park
  • Fort York National Historic Site
  • Gibson House Museum
  • Mackenzie House
  • Market Gallery
  • Montgomery’s Inn
  • Scarborough Historical Museum
  • Spadina Museum
  • Todmorden Mills Heritage Site

50 branches:

32 branches:

You can learn more about the Toronto Public Library’s Museum and Arts Pass by clicking here. Enjoy folks!