Omaha Public Library (OPL) will partner with Omaha Children’s Museum to offer free museum admission to library patrons.
There are no tickets available at this time.
“This partnership is going to have a big impact on families in our community,” said Lindy Hoyer, executive director of Omaha Children’s Museum. “More families than ever before will have access to our daily programs and exhibits.”
OPL cardholders ages 18+ who are Douglas County residents or have a non-resident paid membership to OPL are eligible to check out the tickets. Due to the great demand and limited supply, tickets cannot be held or reserved. Only one ticket per library card and customer can be issued per distribution period. Each ticket admits up to four people, and must include at least one adult and one child.
Omaha Children’s Museum joined Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium and Fontenelle Forest as the third community organization to offer free admission through Omaha Public Library. Lauritzen Gardens tickets are also now available.
“Partnering with these outstanding destinations not only adds tremendous value to your library card, but it also helps families who need it the most to enjoy some of the best of what our community has to offer,” said OPL Executive Director Laura Marlane.
This opportunity was made possible with support from the Friends of Omaha Public Library.
For more information, call or visit your neighborhood OPL branch location.