The Currier Museum pass provides 50% off general admission for 2 adults and all youth family members (13 - 17) children under 12 admitted free. Prices are Adult $15, Senior (65+) $13, Student $10, Youth (13-17) $5.
Each pass provides up to 4 people with $5.00 admission per person. Children under the age of 18 free admission.
Pass valid for free admission for up to 4 Adults/Children. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 AM-4:00 PM. Closed July 4th. All guests are asked to use ONLY the Commercial Street entrance to the building and remain only on the first floor during your visit. At times, the entrance may be locked, even during our open hours. If you are trying to visit the museum during our normal operating hours and the exterior door is locked, please call the Museum’s main line (603-622-7531) and someone will let you in.
Those wishing to visit our Research Center can do so by appointment only. Appointment times will be limited to 2-hour time blocks between 10am and 4pm on Wednesdays and Saturdays. There will be a maximum of 3 researchers allowed at a time.
Free admission to exhibit galleries only, for four people. Not valid for special events, programs planetarium shows or workshops. Starting July 1st the center will be open from 10:30-4:00pm, Wednesday through Sunday. There will be 3 Planetarium shows a day with maintaining social distancing and sanitizing between shows. In order to provide a safe environment, all visitors must...
July 4th center will be closed.
Pass is valid for up to 4 individuals and the discount is 50% copayment per person. Adults $31, Seniors (60+) $29, Children 3-11 $22, Children <3 free. New pass reservation requirements in place due to pandemic:
Pass is valid for two adults and up to four children to visit any of the day-use parks for free ($1.00 parking fee required). Contact the library to reserve your discount pass. At this time you must also reserve a parking space and pay a $1.00 parking fee. Visit this link for more info on how to borrow the pass. The pass is not valid at the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tram or the Flume Gorge and cannot be used a Hampton Beach - South, Wallis Sands, metered parking or for camping.
Pass admits 2 adults and up to 4 children or grandchildren at 50% off the cost of regular admiission: Individuals from 13 years and older $10.00, Seniors (65+) and military (with ID) $8.00, 3-12 $5.00, under 3 free admission. The venue will be offering three time slots for visitors each day: 10am–12pm | 12pm–2pm | 2pm – 4pm.
To make a reservation, visitors must:
Inside the Center, all staff will be wearing masks and we ask that visitors age 10 and over wear face coverings and practice safe social distancing. Hand sanitizing stations are now located throughout the building and highly touched surfaces will be disinfected throughout the day. Some of our exhibits have been changed for safety reasons but they will still be able to visit our live animals in the Gulf of Maine Hall and the Restoring Reefs in the Eversource Gallery. Our naturalists will be at-the-ready with resources to guide their experience as they explore Odiorne Point State Park with their family. They can grab a Choose Your Own Adventure sheet or stay hands-free and view on their cell phone. Whether they want to get their feet wet in the tidepools, or learn more about the fascinating natural or social history of the Park, we’ve got it covered.
Library patrons must bring Library pass with them - must register and pay for tickets online for a specific date and time. The trail will be one-way and hand sanitizer stations have been added along with reminders about physical distancing along the trail. You must call the Squam Lakes Admissions desk at 603-968-7194 x 7 to register for a specific date and time. Visitors may purchase up to four tickets at $10 each.