Free Museum Passes – Sponsored by the Friends of the Library
North Salem is surrounded by many world-class museums. You can visit some of these free of charge by simply going to the library and checking out passes to the museums. It is as easy as checking out a book: just ask for the passes at the front desk. You may call the library to reserve a pass for a particular week. Passes must be returned to the front desk within 7 days. Passes may not be returned to any other library, or put in the book drop. It is possible to renew a pass for an additional week, provided no one else is waiting for it, by calling the library. Loss of a museum pass will result in you being charged the full replacement cost.
They are available for Keeler Library cardholders only. Don’t have a library card? Show us proof that you live, work, go to school, or own property in North Salem and we can issue you a library card in about 3 minutes.
These passes were provided through the generous support of the Friends of the Keeler Library and a grant from
Because of COVID we suggest you call or verify online that the museum you want to visit is indeed open.
Neuberger Museum of Art
Admits 2 adults + children under the age of 18
The Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden
Admits: 1 Family
The Katonah Museum of Art
Admits: 2 adults & any amount of children
The Maritime Aquarium (DISCOUNT ONLY, not a free pass) – The Maritime Aquarium is not offering library passes now.
NOT A FREE PASS- Library Discount Card is for $2 off combination ticket (Aquarium & Daytime IMAX)
American Museum of Natural History
Free passes are available with your library card.
Hudson River Museum is a preeminent cultural institution in Westchester County and the New York metropolitan area. Tour the permanent collection and dynamic exhibitions of American art that range from nineteenth-century Hudson River School paintings to contemporary art installations.
Admits: 2 adults + children and discount at gift shop
The Hudson River Museum is part of The Fairfield Westchester Museum Alliance (FWMA). The pass to the HRM also offers free admission and a 10% gift shop discount to members of all participating museums. We suggest you verify that these museums are open during COVID.
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield Ct.
The Barnum Museum, Bridgeport, Ct
Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Ct
Hudson Valley MOCA, Peekskill, NY
Wave Hill, Bronx, NY
Storm King Art Center
Storm King Art Center is a 500-acre outdoor museum located in New York’s Hudson Valley, where visitors experience large-scale sculpture and site-specific commissions under open sky. Since 1960, Storm King has been dedicated to stewarding the hills, meadows, and forests of its site and surrounding landscape. Building on the visionary thinking of its founders, Storm King supports artists and some of their most ambitious works. Changing exhibitions, programming, and seasons offer discoveries with every visit.
Admits: one 6 person car admission
Stamford Museum and Nature Center
The Stamford Museum & Nature Center is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of art and popular culture, the natural and agricultural sciences and history. The museum is a vital cultural and educational resource for the community, and a focal point for family activity, lifelong learning, and inspiration.
Admits: 2 adults and children under 18
FDR Presidential Library & Museum in Hyde Park – Does not include the FDR home or other FDR sites.
The Museum features special interactives, immersive audio‐visual theaters, and rarely seen artifacts that convey the dramatic story of the Roosevelt era.
Admits: 5 People