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Passes are available to any Pillsbury Free Library cardholder. To request a pass, please call the library at 603-456-2289 or from warner.lib.nh.us/contact us. For any NH parks that are open and some museums, we can email you a pass to print. We strongly suggest you also reserve spaces at the Planetarium for shows, especially during school vacations.
We also have nature discovery kits in backpacks for children and adults. The children’s pack created by the Nature Discovery Center in Warner for the Mt Kearsarge Indian Museum‘s Medicine woods trail has activities designed to get children engaged in observing the natural world. The Library Nature bags contain durable featherweight weatherproof identification guides for anything from animals to trees to bugs. The seashore bag includes beachcomber guides to shells and shore-land plants and animals.
Check one out when you borrow our NH State Parks Pass or just want to go hiking.
NH State Parks – Rollins State Park is the closest, at the top of Kearsarge Mountain Rd. The pass provides entry to most NH State parks for 2 adults and up to 4 children, normally $4 per person. NOT valid at Wallis Sands, Hampton Beach State Park, Flume Gorge, or Cannon Mountain Tramway, camping fees, or metered parking. Current access guidelines at https://www.nhstateparks.org/covid-19 Updates are sometimes posted at https://www.facebook.com/NewHampshireStateParks/
Make your reservations in advance at www.nhstateparks.org/planning/day-use-reservations
McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center (& Planetarium) Biggest space museum in the Northeast, now includes most of the Mt. Washington Observatory Center collection. Located at N.H. Technical Institute, Concord, NH. Pass: Free entry to the Center for up to 8 people per day; Planetarium shows are $5 extra per person. HOURS: Fall-Winter-Spring, the center is only open Friday-Sunday, 10:30 AM to 4 PM and also 6:30-8:00 PM on first Friday of each month. During school vacations, and Summers they are usually open all 7 days, and some other holidays. Closed Easter Sunday. Check starhop.com for current details.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Our MFA special promo code reduces the entrance fee to $10 per person over 6 yrs old (usual cost for adults is $27, or $34 if exhibits included). The Museum is open five days a week: Thurs.–Mon., 10 am–5 pm. (Fri. to 10 pm) Visit mfa.org/visit for information about health, safety, and what’s on view. Go to mfa.org/tickets, select the date and enter the promo code, then select library pass tickets. Contact the library for the code. To get in-person tickets at MFA, bring an email from the library with the code.
Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester. The Library pass enables HALF PRICE entry for up to 4 adults and unlimited children per day (2 adults per pass, two passes allowed per day). Entry to the Frank Lloyd Wright Zimmermann House, and Usonian Automatic is NOT included.
John Hay Estate at the Fells 456 Route 103A in Newbury, NH. Library passes enable free admission and house tours for two adults and any children in the household. Multiple passes may be used per day.
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum 18 Highlawn Road, Warner N.H. Pass: Free entry for up to 4 people per day. May through mid-October. Does not cover special workshops or pow-wows. Hours Mon. through Sat., 10 am to 4 pm, Sundays, noon to 4 pm.
The New Hampshire Telephone Museum One Depot St., Warner NH. Pass gets Free entry for up to 4 people per day to this charming history museum includes free parking and entry to the Warner Firefighters’ Museum. Open Tues. thru Sat. May -October, and Tuesday and Saturday 10 am to 4 pm or by appointment in March-April and Nov-December. Closed Jan and Feb except for groups by appointment.
The Warner Firefighter’s Museum. Located under the NH Telephone Museum. As of July 2022, free access and Tours are available Tuesday and Saturday 10 am – 3 pm from the door near the bell in the parking area of the Telephone Museum. On other days, there is access via the Telephone Museum when open, for self tours. Created to preserve 172 years of firefighting history, the museum has a wide assortment of artifacts.