Check out the Zoo Atlanta Library Pass DVD at your local library for free admission for up to 4 visitors. (No self-checkout; DVD must be checked out at the library front desk.) When you return the DVD to your library, you will receive a receipt. Please save this receipt; it is required for Zoo admission. The pass is valid for two weeks from the date of the receipt showing the return of the DVD.
The Zoo Atlanta Library Pass is on hold until further notice.
Michael C. Carlos Museum
On hold until further notice
- The ParkPass and Historic Site Family Pass may only be checked out once every four months per family.
- The Historic Site Family Pass may only be used once per day, per site, per family.
Before visiting, please review the State Park COVID-19 Alert Page, https://gastateparks.org/
Go Fish Education Center-Family Pass
The Go Fish Family Pass, when presented with your valid library card, is good for free admission to the Go Fish Education Center for as many as four visitors – a great day of fun for everyone and potential savings of up to $30!
Open on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Only allowing ten (10) visitors into Center building at a time. All tactile activities are closed. Visit the website for more information.
Atlanta's Center for Puppetry Arts
Receive free admission for up to 4 visitors to Atlanta’s Center for Puppetry Arts Museum. Checks out for one week.
The Center for Puppetry Arts is using Timed Ticketing and has implemented safety protocols due to COVID-19. Masks and social distancing are required. Patrons MUST call the Center at 404.873.3391 to schedule a date and time for their visit. Visit puppet.org for more details regarding admissions and safety requirements.
The Chattahoochee Nature Center is a private, non-profit environmental education facility in Roswell, Georgia. Located on 127 acres adjacent to the Chattahoochee River, the nature center focuses on educational outreach through the use of live flora and fauna.The pass offers free admission up to 4 visitors.
Subscribe to our Newsletter
The Sequoyah Regional Library System condemns racism in all its forms and strives to provide welcoming spaces and equitable library experiences to all people regardless of skin color. We are committed to providing open and equal access to resources and opportunities that contribute to a better future for our communities.
E-VERIFY. EMPLOYER ID #230979, AUTHORIZATION DATE 07/16/09