Museum Passes Available

Pinellas County Public Libraries are happy to offer FREE family admission with the checkout of a museum pass.

Pinellas Public Library Cooperative (PPLC) is partnered with the following museums:

Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art,
Tarpon Springs
Dunedin History Museum,
Florida Holocaust Museum,
St. Petersburg
Great Explorations Children's Museum,
St. Petersburg
Museum of Fine Arts,
St. Petersburg
Imagine Museum,
St. Petersburg
Tampa Bay History Center,
Henry B. Plant Museum,
The James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art,
St. Petersburg

How the museum pass works:

  • Each PPLC member library and its branches have two passes for each museum (except for the Henry B. Plant museum which has a total of 6 passes countywide).
  • Passes are available for checkout on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Passes are not renewable or holdable.
  • You may check the availability of passes by contacting the library’s circulation staff or by checking the PPLC online catalog. (Search the phrase “museum pass.”)
  • Only one pass per museum may be checked out at a time. Checkout by adult cardholders only.
  • Present the receipt from the library to the museum staff upon entry. The museum will retain your receipt.
  • Admission is valid for up to 2 adults and 3 children under the age of 18, in the same household. No substitutions.
  • Each pass is valid for one visit within the 7-day loan period. Passes are checked out for a full 7-day period. Passes will be automatically checked in after their 7-day loan period expires.
  • Passes are not available for reciprocal borrowers with cards from out-of-county libraries. Patrons must have a PPLC card in order to checkout a museum pass.

*Children must be accompanied by an adult, and adults must be accompanied by a child to gain admission to the Great Explorations Children’s Museum. The museum has had to turn away adults with passes because they did not have children with them.