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Museum Passes and Discount Tickets at the Library

Did you know that the Islip Public Library offers free museum passes and discount tickets for local and New York City area museums to Islip Library cardholders!

Below is our current list of Museum Passes available:

  • Fire Island Lighthouse
  • Intrepid
  • Long Island Children's Museum (Garden City)
  • Sagtikos Manor
  • Old Bethpage Village Restoration
  • Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium
  • Guggenheim Museum

We also offer discount tickets to:

  • Long Island Aquarium in Riverhead: $17.50
  • Long Island Game Farm: $12.50
  • Museum of Natural History: $10.00

Reservations for Museum Passes may be made online by following the Museum Pass link on the Islip Library webpage, www.isliplibrary.org - and select “Museum Passes.” Passes may also be reserved in-person. Museum passes can be reserved up to 30 days in advance.

Our museum pass software will show you a list of museums, and you select a date to pick up the museum pass.

It is recommended that you reserve a pass for the day you wish to pick it up at the library. Passes may be checked out for a total of three (3) days. All reservations should be made with the intention of visiting the museum between the day of pick-up and day of return. If the Library is closed on the scheduled date of return, passes will be due on the first day of re-opening.

Please remember! If your plans changed and you are not going to be able to use the museum pass, cancel your reservation so someone else can use it. It’s easy to cancel; call us at 631-581-5933, email us at reference@isliplibrary.org or cancel your reservation by clicking the Museum Pass link on the Islip Library webpage http://isliplibrary.org/museum-passes/ and select “My Passes”

Laurie Aitken

Laurie Aitken

Laurie Aitken has been a librarian at the Islip Public Library since 1997. She is the programming librarian and books almost all of our adult programs. Laurie lives with her husband, two sons, and four chihuahuas. Her interests include reading (mostly nonfiction about dogs and about Christianity), going to the gym, and volunteering at her church. Click here to subscribe to Laurie Aitken's blog posts!

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