The Museum Pass Program allows Cliffside Park Library Card holders free admission to nearby museums by borrowing our membership passes. These passes may be reserved by any Cliffside Park Library Card holder, 18 and over, with a library card in good standing (i.e. no fines or overdue items).
Patrons must present the Cliffside Park Library Card used to reserve the museum pass when picking up.
Patrons must bring a $40.00 cash deposit (exact change) when picking up the pass, which will be refunded when the pass is returned on time.
Passes are loaned for three days, including the day the pass is to be picked up.
Passes must be returned to the Library no later than one hour prior to closing on its due date.
Passes cannot be returned in the book drop.
Museums (+ denotes a museum in NJ, all others are in NYC). Offerings subject to change. Click on “Book a Museum Pass” at right for the most up to date list:
American Museum of Natural History* > must be requested in person
*Sponsored by the Friends of the Cliffside Park Library
Aviation Hall of Fame+
Bethel Woods (Bethel, NY)
Brooklyn Botanic Gardens
Children’s Museum of Manhattan
Children’s Museum of the Arts
Cooper Hewitt Museum
Grounds for Sculpture
Guggenheim (reciprocal at the Brooklyn Museum & Frank Lloyd Wright sites)
Historic Village at Allaire+ (Seasonal)
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University+
Montclair Art Museum+
Morris County Historic Sites (Seasonal)
Museum of American Finance
Museum of the City of NY (reciprocal at South Street Seaport Museum)
Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)
Museum of the Moving Image
National Trust for Historic Preservation
New York Historical Society, Library & Dimenna Children’s Museum
New York Transit Museum
Old Barracks Museum
Stickley Museum+ (reciprocal at NY Police Museum & Newark Museum+)
Storm King Art Center
Yogi Berra Museum+ (reciprocal at the Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY)
Passes and availability are subject to change.
For institutions noting reciprocity, make your reservation for the principal museum and take it to the institution allowing reciprocity. Rules vary.