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Museum & Park Passes

Below are our passes available to be picked up at the library.
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Mohonk Preserve 
New Paltz, NY

The Mohonk Preserve is New York State’s largest visitor and member-supported nature preserve, with 8,000 acres (32 km2) of cliffs, forests, fields, ponds and streams. It is located on the Shawangunk Ridge. The Preserve maintains over 70 miles (110 km) of carriage roads and 40 miles (60 km) of trails for hiking, cycling, trail running, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. It is also a major destination for rock climbers, hosting 50,000 climbers each year who enjoy more than 1,000 climbing routes.  


We have 4 passes available, and each pass admits 1 person. Patrons may check out the pass for 4 days, and up to 4 passes may be checked out per patron. Pass holders may not enter the hotel or use any of the facilities.

For more information, visit their website.


Boscobel House & Gardens
Cold Spring, NY

Built between 1804 and 1808 on a 250-acre river front site in Montrose, New York, Boscobel is considered to be one of the finest examples of Federal-style architecture in New York. After Boscobel mansion was dramatically rescued from demolition on its original site in Montrose, dismantled, and stored in various barns in the local area, the Boscobel Restoration was completed in Cold Springs, NY. The installation of the entry driveway and forecourt, formal rose garden, brick walks and weeping cherry trees were also completed a short time before the first public opening in May 1961. 


We have 1 pass available that gives up to 4 guests access to the grounds and/or to a house tour if the house is open. Advanced registration is highly encouraged due to limited space per tour. The pass may be borrowed for 4 days.

For more information, visit their website.


Hudson River Maritime Museum
Kingston, NY

The Hudson River Maritime Museum was established in 1979 and is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the maritime history of the Hudson River, its tributaries, and related industries.

The museum's collections include historic vessels, objects, archival material and art related to Hudson River transportation, industries and recreation such as paintings, prints, photographs, ephemera, blueprints, artifacts, ship models, a 100-year old shad boat, life boats, lighthouse tender and ice yachts.

We have 4 passes available, and each pass admits 1 person. Patrons may check out the pass for 4 days, and up to 4 passes may be checked out per patron. Passes provide access to the museum but do not include special tours, boat rides, classes, or programs.

For more information, visit their website.


The Guggenheim Museum

Manhattan, NY

The metamorphosis from private collection to public museum is an extraordinary transition. For the Guggenheim, this occurred in 1937, when Solomon R. Guggenheim established a foundation empowered to operate a museum that would publicly exhibit and preserve his holdings of nonobjective art.  Unlike most institutions dedicated to the visual arts, the Guggenheim does not divide itself into departments devoted to specific mediums or eras. Rather, the collection is conceived as an integrated whole that may be continuously enhanced in response to emerging talent as well as a mandate to fill in critical historical gaps.   


We have 2 passes available that each give up to 4 guests above the age of 12 access to the museum. 2 additional guests may receive admission for $5 each with this pass. Guests under 12 have free admission. 


For more information, visit their website.

*You must be an Esopus resident to borrow any museum or park pass.*

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