Through partnerships with organizations across the state, Georgia’s public libraries provide families with educational and recreational opportunities to spend time together while saving money. Some of these pass programs are seasonal so make sure to check the pass partner websites for current hours of operation.
Click here for ZOO Atlanta Pass information.
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PLEASE NOTE: COVID-19 PARTNERSHIP PASS PROGRAM UPDATES:
Georgia State Parks and Historic Site Pass, Chattahoochee Nature Center Family Pass, and Go Fish Family Pass are the only passes permitted to circulate, at this time.
Historic Site Family Pass is for General Admission Only, and not valid for special events, tours, or program fees.
Passes may only be checked out once every four months per family.
Historic Site Family Pass may only be used once per day, per site, per family.
Please contact your local library for more information regarding passes.
Some popular pass program partners include:
Michael C. Carlos Museum
Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
Georgia Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture
Center for Puppetry Arts
Chattahoochee Nature Center
Go Fish Education Center
Georgia Department of Human Services