Community Access Pass


With your library card, you can borrow passes to gain free general admission entry to various local and provincial tourism destinations.

Important update: Royal Botanical Garden passes currently have an expiry date of December 31, 2023. These passes will remain active into 2024 and will not be turned away at this time.

General Information

Passes are available at all branches. We kindly ask that you return the passes promptly due to their popularity. Always call ahead to the participating organization before your visit to find out if any restrictions are currently in place.

  • Loan period: one week
  • Passes may be renewed up to three times if there are no holds.
  • Holds may be placed on passes.
  • Passes are family passes where indicated
  • Late returns: the full replacement value of the pass will be charged to your library account for passes that are not returned within 30 days of checkout. Please refer to each organization for more specific details.
  • Passes are not valid for special events.
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Art Gallery of Burlington

Art education, family activities, exhibitions, an extensive Canadian ceramics collection, and gallery shop.

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Art Gallery of Hamilton

Over 10,000 works in one of the finest collections in Canada. Find art that inspires and intrigues you.

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City of Burlington

Increase your physical literacy and access to play every day. Skating, recreational hockey, swimming.

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Conservation Halton

Experience some of the most beautiful and biodiverse areas in Ontario, a raptor centre, and more.

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Museums of Burlington

Burlington's two community museums, with permanent galleries and exhibits on the history of our city.

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Ontario Parks

Ontario has over 330 parks that you can visit! Borrow a day pass to enjoy nature in any of our provincial parks.

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RBG: Family

Take a day trip that's close to home but a breathtaking world apart. Visit botanical displays and exhibits.