San Francisco Public Library is transitioning its beloved free museum and attractions passes program, known as Check Out San Francisco Family Pass, to a new online platform called Discover & Go. Library users who are San Francisco residents will still be able to access free passes to more than a dozen San Francisco museums and attractions with the use of their library card. With Discover & Go, library users can better plan their visits to local attractions by reserving a pass online with their library card and printing their tickets at home or at the neighborhood library. In addition, while the Check Out San Francisco Family Pass was available only for families accompanied by children under 18, many Discover & Go attraction passes are available for users of any age.
To start accessing passes to a variety of Bay Area attractions with your Library card, go to: sfpl.discoverandgo.netSan Francisco’s Discover & Go program is sponsored by the Department of Children Youth & Their Families (DCYF) and San Francisco Recreation & Parks.
Discover and Go, developed by Contra Costa County Library, is a nationally recognized partnership between libraries and museums offering library cardholders from every community, age group and economic background free and low-cost tickets to world-class museums, theatres, aquariums, zoos and science centers. The program allows cultural venues to reach out to people who haven't visited them or don't know about them; enables libraries to bridge the gap between books and hands-on cultural experience; and offers the public the chance to explore fun cultural opportunities.