Important info about our passes

Passes are in high demand
  • Provided first-come, first-served.
  • Please be kind and return your passes on or before their due dates.
  • No holds or renewals.
  • Each museum has different COVID-19 admission procedures.  Make sure to check before you visit.
Carleton Place Public Library is proud to offer passes to the following area attractions:


Ontario Provincial Parks (parking pass)

Rideau Valley Conservation Areas (parking pass)

Gatineau Park Winter Ski Trail Pass (available December-March)


Brockville Aquatarium (Currently not accepting library passes)

Canadian Museum of Nature (Call ahead)

National Gallery of Canada

Canadian Museum of History and Canadian War Museum (one pass) (Call ahead)

Ingenium, which includes in one pass:  (Currently not accepting library passes)

Canada Science and Technology Museum
Canada Agriculture and Food Museum
Canada Aviation and Space Museum

Ottawa Museum Network, which includes in one pass:

Billings Estate National Historic Site
Bytown Museum
Cumberland Heritage Village Museum
Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum
Goulbourn Museum
Nepean Museum
Osgoode Township Historical Society and Museum
Pinhey’s Point Historic Site
Vanier Museopark
Watson’s Mill



  • Passes can be loaned for four days. Late fines are $5.00/day. No holds or renewals are permitted on passes.
  • Museum passes provide regular admission for a family of five, with a maximum of two to three adults, depending on the pass. Special exhibits and parking fees may not be included with the pass.
  • Aquatarium passes offer $5.00 admission per person, up to a maximum of five people.
  • Gatineau Park Winter Ski Trail Passes provide access for one adult (age 13 and over).
  • Ontario Provincial Park and Rideau Valley Conservation Area passes must be prominently displayed on your vehicle dashboard.

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