Borrowing a Museum Pass

Your Library card gets you and your family into one of Ottawa’s many museums and historical sites.

Bring your family and learn about Canadian history, experience priceless world-class art, find out about the heroic tales of those who fought bravely for Canada, discover enormous dinosaur fossils and experience the world’s largest indoor collection of totem poles.  Ottawa’s many national museums have something to offer everyone, no matter what your interests might be.

The loan period for all passes is one (1) week and renewing the pass is not allowed.  Please note that passes cannot be reserved – they are available to CRPL patrons on a first come first serve basis. Contact the Library at 613-446-5680 to see if the pass you are looking for is available.

Overdue passes will be charged $1.00 per day with a maximum fine of $10.00.  Lost or stolen cards will incur a replacement charge as well as an administrative fee.

Passes can be used multiple times and at multiple locations, if applicable.

Unless otherwise stated, the passes are good for a family of 5 (2 adults and 3 children).  The following is a list of passes available to be borrowed:

The Canadian Museum of Nature – Family of 5 (maximum 3 adults)

Canadian Museum of History

Canadian War Museum

Canada Aviation and Space Museum

Canada Agriculture and Food Museum

Canada Science and Technology Museum – Please note the museum is currently closed for renovations and will re-open on November 17th, 2017

National Gallery of Canada

The Ottawa Museum Network is one pass with access to 11 small Museums and Historic Sites in and around Ottawa. This pass is good for 6 children and 3 adults.  Here are the places you and your family can visit using this one pass.

Ottawa Museum Network