Museum & Park Passes

Waterboro Public Library

Waterboro Public Library

Museum & Park Passes

Waterboro Public Library provides Museum and Park Passes to select institutions for reduced fees or free entry.  Adult WPL cardholders in good standing may borrow these passes by contacting the library in person, by phone at 207-247-3363, or by emailing us  at 

 Brick Store Museum logo

The Brick Store Museum is located at 117 Main Street in Kennebunk. It is a local and regional history, art, and culture museum founded in 1936 by American artist Edith Cleaves Barry. The museum offers a variety of changing exhibits, an interactive family learning space, a seasonal Victory Garden, special programming and events, and a contemporary art gallery featuring local artists.

  • This pass allows daily admission for two adults and up to four children. (Up to age 16)

Childrens museum logo

Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine   Interactive exhibits at the museum focus on play-based experiences in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math); arts and culture; performing and visual arts; and early childhood education. These include a one-of-a-kind periscopic camera obscura, a stone labyrinth, a giant interactive ball sculpture, an observation beehive, a dress-up theatre, water tables, a teaching garden, a “Meet our Neighbors” gallery, a makerspace, a Maine watershed exhibit, and indoor and outdoor climbing structures. For an additional fee, the theatre regularly presents plays aimed at young audiences in its 100-seat auditorium. The entire Museum & Theatre is ADA accessible.

  • This pass entitles the holder to a 50% discount for one play session at the Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine for up to four people on the date written by authorized staff. Regular admission costs apply to additional visitors. All parties must include at least one adult and one child. 

  • To use, simply present your pass at the Welcome Desk upon arrival.  This pass is valid for use with general admission dates only and does not include access to theatre productions, Member Mondays, or special events such as the egg hunt or New Year's Eve celebrations. 

  • All parking at Thompson's Point is privately owned and operated by a third party. Parking requires payment 365 days per year using parking kiosks or the Passport app.

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens ...

 Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens is a people’s garden, a grassroots effort that began as a casual conversation between friends and evolved into the largest botanical garden in New England. Located on more than 300 acres along the MidCoast, the Gardens is a true Maine experience.

Explore our more than 300 acres of cultivated gardens and beautiful natural spaces, from the Native Butterfly House to the Bibby and Harold Alfond Children’s Garden, the woodland Fairy House Village to the Lerner Garden of the Five Senses—and so much more. Discover our five giant trolls and discover for yourself the wisdom of the Guardians of the Seeds.

Arrival times every half hour, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. The Gardens closes promptly at 5 p.m.

  • The Library Pass is good for 1 Family per day.
    • Family = 1 or 2 adults + their children/grandchildren under the age of 18.
    • Library Passes are limited to 1 Adult + 5 Children or 2 Adults + 10 Children.

Maine Park Pass logo

Maine State Vehicle Park Pass
(this pass checks out for 3 days and must be returned to the circulation desk)

  • This pass admits the holder and occupants of the pass holder’s vehicle to all* Maine State Parks and Historic Sites day-use facilities. This pass cannot be used toward camping in Maine State Park campgrounds. A 17-person vehicle is the maximum size allowed with this pass.
    *Please note that park passes are not accepted at Acadia National Park, Allagash Wilderness Waterway, Baxter State Park, Maine Wildlife Park, Peacock Beach, Penobscot Narrows Observatory, Penobscot River Corridor, Scarborough Beach, Songo Lock or Swan Island.  

 Please visit their website for all details of pass use.

Maine Wildlife Park

Maine Wildlife Park where you’re guaranteed to see moose, and more animals in a day than you could ever spot in the wild!

Families, nature lovers, photographers, and wildlife enthusiasts can meet our wildlife, learn all about them, and of course, take lots of pictures! The park is home to over 30 species of Maine wildlife that cannot be returned to their natural habitats. Some are here because they were injured or orphaned, and others because they are human dependent – raised, sometimes illegally, in captivity. 

  • This pass allows the bearer admission to Maine Wildlife Park for a reduced fee of $5.00 (ages 3 and up) 
  • The pass may be used during the 2024 open season from Opening Day May 20 through November 11.
  • Open seven days per week, including holidays from 9:30 am-4:30 pm
  • * Please note the Park does not accept credit or debit cards for payment. Cash and checks only.


Seashore trolley logo        

Seashore Trolley Museum is located at 195 Log Cabin Road, Kennebunkport, Maine.

  • This pass is valid for  2 adults and 3 children to a 50% discount on admission and rides upon surrender at the entrance.
  • The pass cannot be used for special events such as the Daniel Tiger, Pumpkin Patch and Ice cream night in July and Aug., Ghost Trolley in Oct. and Christmas Prelude events.

You can ride different trolleys throughout the day and as often as you like. Walk through the car barns and see all the trolleys that have been collected over the years.

Bring a picnic lunch or get snack food at their facility. Visit the museum store and see the toys, books, clothing, and much more.

Open 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
June through October
Weekends in May and December

Strawbery Banke Museum
Strawbery Banke Museum in the heart of historic downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire, is an authentic nearly 10-acre outdoor history museum dedicated to bringing 300+ years of American history in the same waterfront neighborhood to life. The Museum is a place for children, adults, multigenerational families, and groups to gather to explore eight heritage gardens, historic buildings, and traditional crafts, preservation programs, hands-on activities, the stories told by costumed role-players and the changing exhibits that offer hours of fun and discovery. The Museum's restored buildings and open space invite visitors to immerse themselves in the past, using objects from the museum's collection of 30,000 artifacts, and the histories of the families who lived and worked in the Puddle Dock neighborhood to engage, educate, and entertain.


Wells Reserve at Laudholm

Wells Reserve at Laudholm is a 2,250-acre National Estuarine Research Reserve. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Visit their Trails & Beaches from 7 am to sunset using our free day pass. The pass is exempt from special events but will give discounts on events, programs, and purchases.  

The are located at 342 Laudholm Farm Road, Wells, Maine. 207-646-1555.