The new, second season of the Michigan Activity Pass (MAP) program kicks off May 24, 2014, presented by the Library Network.
What is the Michigan Activity Pass?
- The Michigan Activity Pass (MAP) provides discounted passes to participating museums in the state of Michigan. All you need is your library card!
- Since its start in 2013, an additional 30 cultural organizations have joined in participation of the MAP program. New partners include a number of lighthouse museums on Lake Michigan, the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History, and the Chamber Music Society of Detroit.
- Check out attractions across the state of Michigan – from Monroe to Benton Harbor, to Mackinaw City to Marquette… and all points in between! Attractions include the Detroit Institute of Arts, Hidden Lake Gardens, the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills and the Monroe County Historical Museum, just to name a handful.
- The second season of the MAP Program begins May 24, 2014. Patrons can expect to see new attractions added to the current list at that time.
- For a brochure and full list of participants, click here.
Ready to Soar and Explore?
How it Works:
- Library patrons will use their valid library card to reserve and print their pass, either from home or at the library. They take that pass with them to the cultural attraction and present it to staff. That's all there is to it.
- The new program remains free for library patrons. But attractions can now name their offer, and offers can change during the year. Some locations are touting free general admission, others have buy-one, get-one-free deals on admissions, or discounts in the gift shop. There will be five passes available per attraction per library each week.
For a brochure and full list of participants, click here.
To print passes and start your exploration of Michigan cultural exhibits, visit http://www.michiganactivitypass.info