Museum Passes

Check out a pass for free admission to museums. As part of a cooperative project among Puyallup Public Library, Pierce County Library System, Tacoma Public Library and local museums, Puyallup Public Library patrons have the opportunity to use special passes for free admission to the partnering museums.

Partnering museums are:
  • Museum of Glass
  • Tacoma Art Museum
  • Washington State History Museum

Information for All Passes


  • Visit the Puyallup Public Library to check out a museum pass using a valid library card
  • Checkout is limited to 1 pass per museum for 1 week. You may check out passes to 3 different museums
  • Although passes cannot be reserved or renewed, you can check for availability by searching the library catalog for museum pass
  • Pass users must adhere to the rules of each of the museums

Museum of Glass - Glass Pass


The Glass Pass is your ticket to contemporary glass art. Watch artists in action in the hot shop amphitheater, and see changing and permanent exhibitions in the galleries. Create your own glass art or participate in a family-friendly art activity in the education studio. Present your pass and receive free admission for up to 2 adults and all children under 18. Passes are not valid for group tour visits For more museum information please contact the Museum of Glass at 1-866-468-7386 or visit the museum's website.

Tacoma Art Museum - Art Access Pass


The Art Access Pass is your ticket to the Tacoma Art Museum and the world of art. Discover paintings, prints, sculptures, art-making activities and so much more. Your pass is valid for 4 free regular admissions. Children under age 5 are always free! All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by 1 adult for every 3 children. A surcharge may apply to special exhibitions. For more museum information please contact the Tacoma Art Museum at 253-272-4258 or visit their website.

Washington State History Museum - History Pass


The History Pass is your ticket to an environment where characters from Washington's past speak about their lives. Through interactive exhibits, theatrical storytelling, high-tech displays and dramatic artifacts, learn about our state's unique people and places, as well as their impact on the country and the world. Pass holders receive free admission for 2 adults and all family members under 18 years old. Passes are not valid for field trips or group tour visits. For more museum information please contact the Washington State History Museum at 253-272-9747 or visit their website.