Planning a family trip or a weekend getaway? Explore Georgia with the Library's Family Fun Passes! These passes are provided by Georgia Public Libraries' partnership with some of Georgia's finest attractions and venues: Georgia's State Parks, the Center for Puppetry Arts, the GoFish Education Center, and Zoo Atlanta. These passes provide free admission as well as other coast-saving features for these venues. All you need is a PINES library card in good standing and a sense of adventure!
Please plan ahead as only a limited number of passes are available for check-out. Call your local library to check on pass availability or if you have any questions.
Georgians with public library cards can borrow a Georgia State Park Park Pass and Historic Site Pass from their local libraries. With a valid library card from a participating library system, patrons can check-out the Georgia State Park ParkPass which is good for free parking at 46 state parks, plus admission for up to four people at 17 state historic sites. Along with the ParkPass, patrons are also welcome to check out a Discovery Backpack to use while camping, hiking, fishing, or a day of picnicking on a mountain or lakeside.
The GoFish! Family Pass, when presented with your valid library card, is good for free admission to the GO Fish Educaiton Center for as many as four family members — a great day of fun for everyone and potential savings of up to $30!
We are easy to visit, too. The center is less than a mile off I-75 at Exit 134, next to the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry.
Thanks to a partnership between the Michael C. Carlos Museum and Georgia Public Library Service , Georgia families can now enjoy the museum's exquisite permanent collections and renowned special exhibitions showcasing arts and culture from around the world. Visit.
Check out Georgia Public Libraries'
Passport to Puppetry
at any participating public library in Georgia for free museum admissions and special show and workshop discounts for your family! The “Passport to Puppetry” is valid for up to four free museum admissions, a potential savings of up to $33 per family. Parties with children must include at least one adult. The museum provides educational fun with more than 350 puppets from around the world.
Thanks to the new Library Program made possible by Zoo Atlanta and the Georgia Public Library Service, public library cardholders across the state of Georgia can now check out a free trip to the Zoo!Get a Zoo Atlanta Pass!