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No cost admission to Pikes Peak region attractions with a library pass

Colorado Jill

(Colorado Springs, CO) The Pikes Peak region is a beautiful area with historic, cultural, and natural wonders. There are fantastic museums and attractions for all ages and interests, and with a library card, you can visit many of them at no cost.

The Pikes Peak Cultural Pass is a collaboration between the Pikes Peak Library District (PPLD) and local organizations to provide free admission to historic, cultural, and art venues.

Twelve partners offer complimentary admission with the pass, including a recent addition, Pikes Peak -America's Highway.

The participating venues are:

  • Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science
  • Michael Garman Museum & Gallery
  • The Money Museum
  • Pikes Peak - America's Highway
  • ProRodeo Hall of Fame
  • Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site
  • Space Foundation Discovery Center
  • U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum
  • U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center
  • Victor Lowell Thomas Museum (Victor, Colorado)
  • Western Museum of Mining and Industry

The pass can be reserved with a valid library card up to thirty days in advance, and each "ticket" allows complimentary entry for a specific number of guests (it varies by location). The tickets are only valid on the date requested.

This program is popular, so plan a few weeks out. Go here to reserve a Cultural Pass.

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