The Museum Pass Program provides an opportunity for communities to offer their residents discounted admission to the Museum at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library. Most communities enroll in this program through their town public library where the passes are made available to their residents. Through the Museum and other educational and community programming, the Museum Pass Program presents the opportunity to learn more about President Kennedy, his administration and the times in which he lived.
Communities receive discounted admission passes, a newsletter subscription and notification of public events through the program. By participating in the program, they also help support the many vital programs sponsored by the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
Museum Pass Program Benefits
Each public library or branch of a public library will receive with their enrollment in the Museum Pass Program passes good for up to two admissions per day (Sunday – Saturday). Each pass is valid for two admissions to the Museum at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library with a co-pay of $3.00 per person. Admission for children age twelve and under is free.
Libraries receive a year's subscription to Legacy, the biannual newsletter of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation. The newsletter highlights the activities and events happening at the Library, provides a calendar of upcoming events, and gives insight on the holdings of the museum and archives.
Notification of Special Events
Libraries receive announcements of the public events at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, such as the Kennedy Library Forums and Celebrate! Series for children.
The Museum Pass Program annual enrollment fee is $250.
to complete the form online (or print and complete offline), and send to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. (pdf)
Please call (617) 514-1589 with any questions or for further information.