Outside The Library

Museum Passes

Museum and park passes are purchased with funds from the Narragansett Number One Foundation summer reading program grant.

  • Brick Store Museum
    • Located in Kennebunk, Maine
    • Open Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-4pm, and Sunday Noon-4pm
    • Free admission for 2 adults and up to 4 children (up to age 16)
    • 2 passes per day

  • Curran Villages
    • Available soon!

  • Children's Museum and Theatre of Maine
    • http://www.kitetails.org/
    • Located in Portland, Maine
    • Open Tuesday through Sunday, as well as several holidays and Maine school vacation week Mondays
    • 4 people each day
    • 50% discount on the $10 admission for those over 18 months (a year and a half) old

  • Narrow Gauge Railroad
    • www.mainenarrowgauge.org
    • Free train tickets for regular service trains throughout the season and free museum admission
    • The ability to attend special events priced at or below our regular ticket prices FREE of charge
    • $2 off train tickets for guests
    • 10% discount in the museum gift shop
    • 10% discount on facility rentals
    • Subscription to the museum's quarterly newsletter "The Two Foot Flyer"
    • Voting rights - including the annual election of the Board of Trustees

  • Seashore Trolley Museum
    • http://www.trolleymuseum.org/
    • Located in Kennebunkport, Maine
    • Open Memorial Day – Columbus Day
    • Free admission
    • Up to 2 designated adults & up to 3 children under age 16

  • Strawbery Banke Museum

  1. Check the museum or park pass websites to check when the organizations are open.
  2. Call the library for which you are a patron to find out if the pass is available on the desired day.
  3. Pick up the pass from either Hollis Center Public Library, Salmon Falls Library, Berry Memorial Library, or Waterboro Public Library.

Note: All passes are available at every library mentioned above except for the Maine State Park Pass, which is only at the Waterboro Public Library. This is a pass that patrons have to have with them to get in. Patrons need to get a Waterboro Public Library card if they do not already have one in order to check it out. It only takes a few minutes.

Other Resources

Town of Hollis, Maine


Bonny Eagle School District

Portland Public Library

Maine State Library


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Maine's Virtual Library

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