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What You Need to Know about the KCLS Museum Pass

What You Need to Know about the KCLS Museum Pass

If you don’t have a King County Public Library card, you’re missing out on some amazing perks! And don’t forget – once you have a King County Public Library card, you’ll have reciprocal access to libraries across Western Washington!

Download free movies, audio books, e-books and more!

The King County Public Library offers access to many different types of software. Some can be checked out for home use; others can be used directly from the Internet!

King County Library Card = Free admission to KidsQuest Museum and more!

The King County Public Library offers a culture pass to interested patrons. Passes are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and can be reserved up to two weeks in advance. 

Don’t forget that you can also get a reciprocal membership to the Seattle Public Library, which offers free admission to even more museums!

Learn new skills with online library resources!

Learn new skills and take practice tests with the Testing and Education Reference Center

Learn a new language with Access Video, Mango Languages and more. 

Learn computer skills with GCF Learnfree,, Microsoft Imagine Academy and more!

Learn something new with exclusive access to databases like Britannica Online, Gale Virtual Reference Library and more.

Visit the library to learn even more!

Computer classes are available for everything from beginning computer skills to electronic music composition. Check out the schedule for more information.

Learn English with on-site ESL classes. The King County Public Library system offers beginning classes, conversational talk times and more.

Prepare for US Citizenship with the library’s helpful citizenship classes! These classes are free.

Get help from the King County Public Library!

Get help with your job search. The library will assist with resume writing, interview skills, computer skills, job skills development and more. 

Study Zone provides on-site homework assistance for kids and teens. Assistance is provided by tutors, who provide instruction to 1-5 kids in a group setting.

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Rebecca Marcotulli

Friday 28th of September 2018

Thank you for this list!

Chloe Skupnick

Saturday 29th of September 2018

You're welcome Rebecca! We're always happy to help :)