LIBRARY DISTRICT’S NEW CURIOSITY PASS PROGRAM YOUR TICKET TO CULTURE, ARTS, AND ENTERTAINMENT
Poudre River Public Library District is proud to introduce the Curiosity Pass program. It provides library cardholders with free admission to 12 different museums, art galleries, attractions, and other cultural institutions along the Front Range.
Poudre River Public Library District resident cardholders can visit these participating sites using passes borrowed from the library using an online reservation system.
- Butterfly Pavilion
- Cheyenne Depot Museum
- Clyfford Still Museum
- Colorado Railroad Museum
- Denver Firefighters Museum
- Denver Museum of Nature & Science
- Dinosaur Ridge
- Fort Collins Museum of Discovery
- Gardens on Spring Creek
- Museum of Art – Fort Collins
- Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
- Wings Over the Rockies Museum
Each venue pass allows admission for multiple people, making it a great option for families. Passes are good for one visit on the date selected. Each museum has its own admission rules. It is the borrowers’ responsibility to check the museum’s website before visiting for unexpected closings, change in hours, updates of exhibits, etc.
Some restrictions, blackout dates, or separate admission for special events or exhibitions may apply.
For more information and to access the online reservation system, visit the Library’s Gadgets & Things webpage at PoudreLibraries.org/things or call the Answer Center, (970) 221-6740.
About the Poudre River Public Library District
Poudre River Public Library District was established in 2006 by voter approval. The District’s shared resources serve more than 200,000 people across a vast 1,800 square-mile region in northern Larimer County, Colorado.
Anchored by three libraries in Fort Collins, the District is dedicated to matching diverse communities’ needs, interests and priorities with exceptional opportunities for learning, intellectual stimulation, and personal enjoyment. In all its endeavors, the District aims to enrich the cultural, educational and economic life of the growing regional area which it serves. For more information, visit PoudreLibraries.org or call (970) 221-6740.