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June 15, 2018  RSS feed
Culture

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Book a free visit to Holocaust museum and others

Got a library card? Snag a pass for free admission to the Florida Holocaust Museum.

The museum recently partnered with the Pinellas County and Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperatives to offer free admission to the museum.

This partnership is set to continue indefinitely. To take advantage of the offers:

The Pinellas County member library branches each have two museum passes that can be checked out with your library card, much like checking out a library book. The passes are available on a first-come, firstserved basis and each pass is good for up to two adults and three children . You can ask for a pass at your branch or check the Pinellas Public Library Cooperative online catalog (www.pplc.us) to see where passes are available, then go to a branch with an available pass and check it out in person. You may place a request (hold) for a pass and pick it up when it becomes available. You get a printed receipt that is valid for one visit within a 7-day period and you turn that receipt in at the museum. Passes are also available to the Museum of Fine Arts and the Great Explorations Children’s Museum, both in St. Petersburg.

For Hillsborough County Library members, the rules are similar for its Discovery Pass. They are good for a family of up to five for a seven-day period. You can reserve a pass online (www.hcplc.org/services/Discoverypass) and once you are notified the pass is available you have five days to pick it up at a library branch. As with the passes in Pinellas, you turn the pass in at the museum. The passes are on a first-come, first-served basis. The Hillsborough County Library Discovery Pass is also good at a variety of other museums and attractions in Hillsborough County.

In addition to free admission via library card, the Holocaust Museum is offering free admission all day for everyone on July 12.


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