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Libraries in the Clinton-Essex-Franklin Library System currently offer discounted passes to area museums.

These passes can be borrowed like a book and are available to library cardholders from any library that is a member of the CEFL system.

Thanks to a Generous Acts grant from the Adirondack Foundation, all libraries have at least one Discovery Pass for the Wild Center at Tupper Lake.

This pass offers a reduced admission price of $10 per adult for up to two adults and free admission for up to four youth ages 5-17. Admission for young children 4 and under is always free.

Additionally, Fort Ticonderoga provided discounted passes to all libraries in the system. Each pass offers passholders 10% off general admission for up to four people during the 2022 campaign season.

Passes to other museums are also available at participating area libraries.

Visit tinyurl.com/museum-pass to see current offers. For more information, visit a local library, go to cefls.org/libraries or email [email protected]

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