Free Museum Passes for UofT Students!

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Select museums and cultural institutions are participating in the Toronto Public Libraries initiative

 University of Toronto students can get passes to visit select city museums for free, thanks to a pilot initiative with Toronto Public Libraries (TPL).

All they have to do is stop by one of several U of T libraries and request a museum pass booklet. Booklets are available at Robarts, Engineering and Gerstein Libraries as well as the library circulation desks at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, U of T Mississauga and U of T Scarborough.

Next students need to take those museum pass booklets to a Toronto Public Library branch at City Hall, Lillian H. Smith, Parliament Street, the Scarborough Civic Centre and the Toronto Reference Library. They’ll need to show the booklet and a TPL card to get the museum pass activated as part of TPL’s Sun Life Financial Museum and Arts Pass (MAP) program.

The pass is good for free admission for two to the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Bata Shoe Museum, City of Toronto Historic Sites or the Textile Museum of Canada.

Learn more here.

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