Lake County Libraries Extend Access: Free and Discounted Passes to Local Attractions Now Available

Lake County residents now have access to numerous cultural and educational venues in the Chicago area, thanks to a program offered through local libraries.

What’s the Deal?

The Museum Adventure Pass Program, available across most libraries in the county, offers residents free or discounted passes to over 20 attractions.

From museums to zoos, cardholders can explore places like the Chicago Botanic Garden or Brookfield Zoo without breaking the bank.

Lake County libraries offer free and reduced-price passes to area attractions:

How It Works?

Interested individuals can check their library’s website or the program’s portal online to see participating venues.

They’ll need to visit their library and present their card to obtain the passes. Each pass allows for one visit and is typically valid for a week, providing flexibility for planning outings.

Making Culture Accessible

Library representatives highlight how this initiative makes cultural experiences more affordable and accessible.

It’s especially popular during the summer, offering families the chance to explore museums and attractions that they might not have otherwise known about.

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Widening Opportunities

Apart from the Waukegan and Deerfield libraries, several others in North Chicago, Zion-Benton, Gurnee, Libertyville, Mundelein, and Lake Forest also participate.

The program introduces residents to a variety of cultural and educational sites, making learning and exploration more accessible for everyone in Lake County.

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