Museum Passes

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Adventure beyond our library buildings and experience art, culture, and history with our Museum Passes.  We offer access to an array of museums that provide entertainment and education for all ages.

Grounds For Sculpture

   Grounds For Sculpture

  • Free admission for up to 4 peoople.  Please note that this pass does not include discounts to GFS restaurants or shops.  Pass holders are not required to make an advanced time reservation to visit GFS. 




Grounds For Sculpture is a 42 acre sculpture park, museum and arboretum located in Hamilton, New Jersey.   Visit for information. Passes available at the Catherine Dickson Hofman Branch, Southwest Branch, and Headquarters.

   Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

  • Free admission for up to six people.
  • Express members-only line.



Step onto the aircraft carrier Intrepid and enter your gateway to history, science and service.  Admission to the Enterprise space shuttle is not included with your free admission. Visit for museum information. Passes available at the Catherine Dickson Hofman Branch and Headquarters.

   Guggenheim Museum

  • Free admission for 4 adults or students.
  • Children under 12 are free.
  • Half price tickets for additional guests.




Bypass the ticket lines and spiral through late 19th century to modern works of art.  Visit for museum information. Pass available at the Catherine Dickson Hofman Branch.

Morris Museum

   Morris Museum

  • Free admission for 2 adults and 3 children.




The Morris Museum celebrates art, science, history, and the performing arts through exhibits and programs for audiences of all ages.  Visit for museum information. Passes available at the Catherine Dickson Hofman Branch and the Northeast Branch. 


  • Borrowers must be 18 years of age or older, with a valid Warren County library card with no outstanding charges.
  • Museum passes may be reserved at the front desk of the library or by calling the Catherine Dickson Hofman Branch, Northeast Branch, or the Headquarters' Branch directly.
  • Museum passes can only be checked out to the person who reserved the pass.  They must present their library card at the time of checkout.
  • Passes may be picked up after 2:00pm the day prior to the reserved date, and must be returned no later than 11:00am the day after the reserved date.
  • A late fee of $15.00 per day will be charged if the museum pass is not returned on time.  Museum passes that are more than 3 days overdue will be declared lost by the library.  Borrowers will be charged $50.00 for a lost museum pass.
  • Library passes must be returned to the issuing library only.  A $15.00 fee will be charged if the pass is returned to another location.
  • Families may reserve one pass per day.  A second pass may be borrowed, if available with no reservations.  Borrowers are responsible to call the museum for hours of operation, parking or directions.  Each museum determines the rules and regulations governing the use of its museum pass.  The museum pass may not provide admission to all exhibits at the museum.  The library will not provide additional funds for admission beyond the issuance of the family museum pass.
  • Borrowers are advised to have a back-up plan in case the museum is unexpectedly closed, or if a museum pass is not returned in time for the reservation.  The library assumes no responsibility of any kind arising out of the reservation or use of museum passes or any parking accommodations.

The Museum Pass program is made possible through funds raised by The Catherine Dickson Hofman Board of Trustees, Friends of the WCL Headquarters, and Friends of the Northeast Branch.