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Pillsbury Free Library
Serving Warner, NH since 1892
info@warner.lib.nh.us
603-456-2289
Mondays & Wednesdays: 1 - 5 pm
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 9 am -12 pm, 1 - 8 pm
Saturday: 9 am - 2 pm

Museum Passes

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Passes are available to any Pillsbury Free Library cardholder. To request a pass, please call the library at 456-2289. We strongly suggest you also reserve spaces at the Planetarium for shows, especially during school vacations.

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center (& Planetarium) Biggest space museum in the Northeast. N.H. Technical Institute, Concord, NH.  Free entry to the Center for up to 8 people per day; Planetarium shows are $5 extra per person in 2013. NEW HOURS: During school weeks, the center is only open Thurs-Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM and also 6:30-8:00 PM on Fridays. During school vacations, they are open all 7 days.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.   MFA coupons reduce the entrance fee to $10 per person (Usual cost is $25, $23 for seniors and students, $10 for 7-17 unless non-school hours). Entry to special Exhibitions is included but no advance reservations are accepted with coupons.

Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester. Free entry for up to 4 adults and unlimited children per day (2 adults per pass).
Entry to the Zimmermann House is NOT included. Some special exhibits extra cost.

Museum of New Hampshire History , 30 Park St., Concord, NH. Free entry for four people per pass, two passes per day maximum. Includes free parking.

Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum Kearsarge Mountain Rd., Warner N.H. Free entry for up to 4 people per day. May through mid-October.

The Fells / John Hay National Wildlife Refuge Rte 103A, Newbury, NH.  Free entry to this historic estate & gardens on Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire for up to four adults and accompanying children; includes free parking and use of trails.

The New Hampshire Telephone Museum   22 E. Main St., Warner NH.  Free entry for up to 4 people per day to this charming history museum includes free parking and entry to the Warner Firefighters’ Museum by appointment.

And don’t forget to visit your local NH State Parks  – we plan to have a pass in 2017, but entry is only $4 per adult or you can buy a season pass. Rollins State Park is at the top of Kearsarge Mountain Rd., which begins in Downtown Warner from Main Street/NH Rte 103.

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