Looking for valuable benefits that won’t cost you a dime? Your Jefferson County Library has you covered! Its vision is bringing all generations together to connect, discover, and create. Therefore, it’s no surprise the library has so much to offer. Your Jefferson County Library card gets you access to FREE museum passes, fun events, and so much more. Read on below to find out what the library has to offer!
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Get FREE admission to Colorado’s best attractions with the Jefferson County Library Culture Pass!
Want to see the best cultural attractions Colorado has to offer? The Jefferson County Library has purchased a large number of memberships at local museums and attractions. But to take advantage, you need to reserve a Culture Pass from the library. Members are eligible to check out two passes per month. The pass is good for free or discounted admission for a varying number of visitors.
The Colorado State Parks Pass is good for free admission for one vehicle to any Colorado State Park. The pass includes a backpack stuffed with maps, guides, and binoculars. Passes can be picked up on a Thursday and must be returned by the following Tuesday. The library will charge a $5 per day late fee if the pass is not returned on time.
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science has served as Denver’s home for natural history since 1900. The museum has a large number of permanent exhibits displaying everything from mummies to wildlife dioramas. With a Culture Pass, you can get free admission for up to seven people. The pass also offers a discount at the Museum shops and face.
The Denver Trolley is a historic open-air trolley operated by the Denver Tramway Heritage Society. You can take a step back in time before the advent of interstates and enjoy a ride on a “breezer” trolley. You can get free admission for two people with a culture pass. The trolley operates Thursday through Monday from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver has five distinct galleries devoted to contemporary art. Located in the LoDo area of Denver, the museum has both permanent and rotating exhibits. A Culture Pass from the Jefferson County Library gets you admission for two adults as well as two children.
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The Molly Brown House is one of the most-visited historical sites in Colorado. The museum is on the site of philanthropist Molly Brown’s former home. It celebrates her life as an activist as well as a philanthropist through programs and exhibits. You can get free admission or up to four people with a Culture Pass.
Museo de las Americas is Colorado’s premier Latin American art museum. The museum is based in the Santa Fe Arts District in Denver. Museo collects and displays works from many of the most famous Latin American artists. A Culture Pass gets you free admission for two adults as well as two children.
Dinosaur Ridge is one of the most famous fossil sites in the world. The attraction offers a visitor center as well as a walking trail that is ideal for all ages. The trail offers hundreds of dinosaur tracks, a quarry with dinosaur bones, and much more. A Culture Pass gets you free admission for four people to the exhibit hall and a free guided tour.
Foothills Art Center is the cultural heart of Golden, Colorado. The center regularly offers both diverse educational programs and fun events for the whole family. You can get six free passes with your Jefferson County Library Culture Pass.
The Golden History Museums are your source for local history in Golden, Colorado. A Culture Pass gets you free admission to both the Golden History Center and the Clear Creek History Park. You can get free admission for six people with a Culture Pass.
The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum is one of America’s best-known museums dedicated to needlepoint work. The museum displays everything from historic quilts to modern works. You can get free admission for four people with a Culture Pass from the Jefferson County Library.
The History Colorado Center offers a look into Colorado’s diverse and exciting past. The museum celebrates history through a modern, high-tech experience. The pass also gets you access to the historical Byers-Evans House. You can get admission for up to four people with a Culture Pass.
The Butterfly Pavilion has an incredible amount of butterflies you can enjoy first-hand. But did you know it also offers spiders, scorpions, centipedes and even sea stars? The Pavilion is a great place for children to learn about everything that crawls, flies, or slithers. With your Culture Pass, you get free admission for two people.
The Denver Firefighters Museum honors the history of the city’s firefighters with a self-guided tour and series of hands-on displays. The museum is housed in the history Station No. 1 in Denver and is an excellent option for all ages to enjoy. You can get free admission for up to four people with a Culture Pass from the Jefferson County Library.
Edit Your Own Photos or Videos at the Jefferson County Library
Do you have photos that need cropping? Videos that need to be edited? Editing software is costly. But good news! The Jefferson County Library offers editing equipment to library members. The editing suite is configured to allow for both editing as well as VHS to digital video conversion.
Get Internet on the Go by Borrowing a Mobile Hot Spot
Need the ability to connect to the internet outside the range of friendly WiFi? The library has you covered. You can borrow Pocket WiFi wireless hotspots from the library at no cost. Just ask a librarian.
Enjoy FREE Streaming Movies, Music, and E-Books from the Jefferson County Library!
The libraries’ collection goes beyond the library walls. With your library card, you get access to a vast array of digital media services that can be enjoyed from home. Audio books, eBooks, as well as music are at your fingertips.
Axis 360 is a digital media service available with a Jefferson County Library membership. It offers tons of both audio books and e-books that can be accessed from anywhere.
Hoopla is one of the largest digital media services available. It has a large collection of different media available. Hoopla also offers easy-to-use apps for Apple and Android phones. But please note Hoopla is only available to residents of Jefferson County.
Overdrive is another digital media service that has an enormous selection. It offers the largest selection of e-books that cover everything from cookbooks to fiction. Overdrive also has an app available for Apple as well as Android phones.
Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos is a Spanish-language online digital resource. It offers writing, video, and good features for children in Spanish.
Gods, Goddesses & Mythology is an excellent online resource for myths, literature, and pop culture. It explores both prehistoric and classical mythology up to modern folklore.
International Wildlife is an online, digital edition of the Marshall Cavendish International Wildlife Encyclopedia. Most notably, it is an in-depth resource on every animal species imaginable.
The entire World Book collection is online and available for Jefferson County Library members. Also, the set includes World Book Advanced, World Book Kids, and much more.
Flipster allows you to download your favorite magazines to your computer or phone. The app is compatible with both Apple and Android devices.
Kanopy Streaming is a fantastic digital media service. In fact, it hosts over 26,000 films. These works include independent, international, classic, and documentary films. But please note this service is only available to Jefferson County residents.
Check out fun, FREE events at your Jefferson County Library
The Jefferson County Library is always bustling with both events and groups. In fact, there are countless events, programs, and activities. Furthermore, each branch offers book clubs, Lego building groups, and teen writing groups. Finally, the library hosts special events and speakers on a weekly basis. You can keep up with events at the library with their online event calendar.