Torontonians Will Soon Be Able To Use Their Public Library Cards To Access Some Of The Best Attractions In The 6ix For Free

Library cards give you access to thousands of books from around the world but what if you could get so much more out of it? Well, starting this Saturday they will serve a much larger purpose.

By this weekend, families will be able to access some of Toronto’s top attractions including many museums and other cultural sites for free with their cards.

This will be a great and immersive way for localists to explore the city once again after over a year in lockdown.

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To access this unique experience, the steps are fairly simple. You go to one of the many library branches to check out a Museum and Arts Pass (MAP) For this, you will need a library card. If you do not already have one, head to the Toronto Library website or a nearby branch to sign up for one.

You will then be able to use your card to get the pass. All Toronto Public Library branches are participating in the program, but passes for some venues are only available at specific branches. 

Generally, each pass admits two adults and two children.

Here is a list of major spots in the 6ix you could visit on the house:

Simply head to your closest branch or a branch that offers the venue you wish to go to. Sign out a pass using your library card and you are all set to go!


Prisha is a multi-media journalist from Toronto. She writes on all topics with beats in sports, news, music and lifestyle!! Check out more on her IG @prishadev.
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