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The Exploration of Our Palm Beach County Museums Continues: Summer of 2014

WHO: A child!

WHAT: Free visits to cool museums

WHEN: Starting June 2 – July 31, 2014

WHERE: 15 different museums in Palm Beach County

WHY: To have fun! And explore new & exciting places.


  1. Visit the library.
  2. Show a child’s Palm Beach County library card at the Library's Youth Services desk.
  3. Pick a Museum.
  4. Get a Library Adventure Museum Pass.
  5. Grab an adult (parent, grandparent or friend) and GO!


The participating organizations are donating all of the free admissions; in cases where entrance is free, additional benefits are offered to LAMP holders.

Please thank them for their generosity when you visit.

Library Adventure Museum Pass (LAMP) FAQ

Where can I get a pass?
Passes are available at the Youth Services desk of your local Palm Beach County library location. Children may receive one pass per day. Admissions by museum vary and quantities are limited.

How long is the Pass valid?
The pass may be used from June 2 – July 31, 2014.

How many Passes may I have?
A child can present his/her library card at the Youth Services desk and select one museum pass daily.

May I use the Pass more than once?
No.  The museum will collect your pass when you visit.

May an adult count as the adult for multiple passes?
No.  There must be a separate adult for each LAMP pass used at the same museum location on the same day.

May I reserve a Library Adventure Museum Pass?
No.  Passes are available on a first-come-first served basis.

Isn’t admission already free to some of the museums?
In some cases, yes, but as participants in the Library Adventure Museum Pass program, these organizations offer additional benefits to library users attending on a Pass. 

Where can I get more Library Adventure Museum Pass information?
All Palm Beach County Library System locations have LAMP reference guides at the Youth Service desks.

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