Passes to Local Attractions

Passes to Local Attractions

Otis Library offers passes to a variety of local attractions. Passes are checked out of Otis Library under the following conditions:

  • Check out is to Adult cards only

  • Library card must be valid at time of check out.

  • Check out of passes is for three days:
    1st day – pick up
    2nd day – use (may also be picked up this day before noon)
    3rd day – due back at Otis Library before closing

  • If it is necessary to cancel a reservation, please do so by no later than 10 a.m. of the “use” day.

  • Replacement costs will be charged to patron for lost pass (prices vary).

  • Overdue fine for late passes is $2.00 per day.

  • Passes are for free or reduced admission.

We want you to have a pleasant visit. Please note that admission prices and hours are subject to change without notice. Please call the venue to verify hours and prices before your visit. Contact the Otis library for regularly updated information.


Children’s Museum of Southeastern Connecticut

409 Main Street, Niantic, CT 06357
(860) 691-1111

The Children’s Museum of Southeastern Connecticut is an interactive, hands-on, educational opportunity for the children in your life. They promise to engage, encourage, and challenge children ages 1 through 12 and adults, as well, in the arts, sciences, safety & health, and culture & history.

Admission with Pass:
4 Admissions free 


Connecticut’s Old State House

800 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103
(860) 522-6766

Learn the stories of the Amistad trial, Prudence Crandall, Joseph Steward’s Museum of Curiosities, and more as you explore the chambers of this National Historic Landmark.

From the beautifully restored historic halls of state government to the current office of Connecticut’s Kid Govenor, Connecticut’s Old State House features fascinating exhibits and programs for all ages that focus on history, civics, and government.

We look forward to your visit

Admission with Pass:
Up to 4 free admissions 


Custom House Maritime Museum

150 Bank St., New London, CT 06320
(860) 447-2501

Here you will be presented with maritime stories of New London, site of the Amistad affair, major 19th-century whaling port, and home of the submarine. Browse permanent and changing exhibitions on your own or join a tour.

Admission with Pass:
Up to 2 Adults Free 


Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center

109 Pequotsepos Rd. Mystic, CT 06355
(203) 557-4400

Dedicated to promoting environmental awareness through programs and activities.  Seven miles of hiking, trails birds of prey in outdoor enclosures and trail-side exploration.

Admission with Pass:
Free admission for up to 5 people


Florence Griswold Museum

96 Lyme St., Old Lyme, CT 06371
(860) 434-5542

The Florence Griswold Museum portrays an extraordinary era in our nation’s history, when in 1899 a group of the country’s most accomplished artists gathered at Florence Griswold’s boardinghouse to record their impressions of the countryside surrounding Old Lyme. Inspired by the diverse natural beauty of the local landscape, artists flocked to this pastoral spot on the banks of the Lieutenant River and forged a flourishing artist colony that would become America’s best-known center of Impressionist painting.

Admission with Pass:
Free admission for 2 adults and 2 children under the age of 12.


The Slater Memorial Museum

108 Crescent Street, Norwich, CT 06360
(860) 887–2506

Located on the campus of Norwich Free Academy, the Slater Museum is a source of rich and diverse human experience through art and history. The adjacent Converse Art Gallery hosts changing exhibitions.

Admission with Pass


Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

600 Main St, Hartford, CT 06103
(860) 278-2670

The Wadsworth Atheneum is dedicated to advancing knowledge and inspiring everyone to experience and appreciate excellence in art and culture.

Free admission for 2 adults. Youth 17 and under are free.

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