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Use your Miami-Dade Public Library Card to get FREE entry to the best art, culture and entertainment in Miami!

Miami is one of the best cities in the world to experience everything from art, food, museums, culture, theater, and much much more. It’s also quite pricey, leaving many families in the area unable to ever enjoy some of the best the city has to offer. A family of four is looking to pay $100 or more to visit a museum for the day. Luckily, theres a way for you to enjoy these experiences with the family for FREE. 

The Museum Pass Program offered though the Miami-Dade Public Library system allows four people free entry, and includes 13 different partners including Zoo Miami, the Vizcaya, and the Lowe Art Museum among others. The passes are first-come, first-served and the best way to snag your pass is to check online the nights before and get to the library first thing in the morning the next day. All you need is a Miami-Dade County Public Library card to check out the pass the same way you would a book. There are approximately 20 passes per library, and 1076 out at any given time.

How the pass works

Good for up to a family of four.*

Available for one visit.

Passes are not renewable or available for reserve.

Valid for seven days from the time of check out and will remain on the customer’s record for the duration of the seven day checkout.

Passes are available on a first‑come, first‑served basis; check availability.

Pass will not be replaced if lost or stolen.

Only one pass may be checked out at a time.

Limited number of passes per branch.

Restrictions may apply including blackout dates or separate admission to special event/exhibits.

Museum Pass Partners

 HistoryMiami Museum

 Jewish Museum of Florida FIU

 Lowe Art Museum UM

 Miami Children’s Museum

 Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU

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