02038 Franklin Public Library Offers Extensive Selection of Museum Passes

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This is just another one of the wonderful opportunities that are available to Franklin residents.

Via Kathy Stankard (RE/MAX Executive Realty of Franklin, MA/508-369-5131):

Franklin Public Library in Franklin, MA offers an expanded selection of museum passes to residents with aboston kids valid library card.  The library allows passes to be reserved up to a month in advance online or by calling (508) 520-4940 ex. 2.

 

 

 

Here is a listing of all the available passes.  Some offer a free admission and others provide only a discount to the regular price.

  

Boston Children’s Museum

Davis Farmland

Garden in the Woods

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Mass. Dept. Conservation & Recreation Parks Pass

Museum of Fine Arts

Museum of Science

Mystic Aquarium

Mystic Seaport

New England Aquarium – I

Plimoth Plantation & Mayflower II

Providence Children’s Museum

Roger WIlliams Park Zoo

Tower Hill Botanical Garden

Walking Tours of Boston with Boston by Foot

  Passes available to Franklin Residents only.
 Passes MUST be picked up at the library. Copies of online reservation forms WILL NOT be accepted at the museums. Library cards must be presented to check out Museum Passes.

 

 

Kathy Stankard  RE/MAX balloon

The Kelly & Colombo Group

RE/MAX Executive Realty                                             

cell: 508-369-5131

email: franklinmahomes@comcast.net

website:  www.franklinmahomes.com

 

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