Visit Local Attractions with Free Park and Museum Passes

DeKalb County Public Library participates in a program made available through Georgia Public Library Service (GPLS) which provides free passes to state parks and other attractions.Adult patrons with a valid DeKalb County Public Library card may borrow a pass to these attractions at any of our branches and enjoy an educational day of family fun.

Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites

The Georgia ParkPass library loan program is a partnership with GPLS and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Passes check out for 7 days and allow up to 4 visitors to be admitted to state parks and historic sites at no charge. Passes also include free parking and a guide booklet. Find information about the pass in the Library’s catalog. For more about Georgia parks, visit getoutdoorsgeorgia.org.

Go Fish Education Center

The Go Fish Education Center Library Pass program is a partnership with GPLS and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division. Passes check out for 7 days and allow up to 4 visitors to be admitted to the Center at no charge. The Center is located in Perry, Georgia. Beginning May 27, 2015, Go Fish is open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and Sunday from 1:00-5:00 p.m. Go Fish will return to its regular hours after August 9, 2015. Find information about the pass in the Library's catalog. For more about the Center, visit gofisheducationcenter.com.

Zoo Atlanta

The Zoo Atlanta Family Pass program is a partnership with GPLS and Zoo Atlanta. Patrons must check out, watch and return the Zoo Atlanta DVD to receive a receipt, good for up to 7 days, for free admission for 2 adults and 2 children to Zoo Atlanta. Find information about the pass in the Library’s catalog. For more about the Zoo, visit zooatlanta.org.

Center for Puppetry Arts

The Center for Puppetry Arts will temporarily suspend its Passport to Puppetry museum pass program on May 24, 2015, while the Center builds a new museum space. The Center for Puppetry Arts remains open during construction, and the museum pass program is scheduled to resume in 2016. For more about the Center, visit puppet.org.