Yonkers Library Cards Offer Free Entrance To The New York Museum

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The Yonkers Public Library is offering free admission to seven New York City museums this summer.

The Library’s Museum Adventure program offers Yonkers residents with valid library cards free entry to major Manhattan sights.

To verify a pass, cardholders can book online at www.ypl.org or visit any branch and select the attraction of their choice.

Passes are valid for two days from time of departure and must be returned to the location where they were borrowed or a $ 10 fee will be charged.

A fine of $ 10 will be charged for late passes and only one pass can be withdrawn at a time.

Each institution can apply restrictions, blackout dates or separate admission for special events and exhibitions.

New York City museums include:

  • American Museum of Natural History
  • Cooper Hewitt Museum
  • El Museo del Barrio
  • Frick Collection
  • Guggenheim museum
  • Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum
  • modern Art Museum

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