To select a museum, click “Details/Reserve”, then select which Pass to reserve.
The Hall at Patriot Place
The Hall at Patriot Place is an interactive museum and home to the New England Patriots Hall of Fame. Located next to Gillette Stadium, the Hall’s ten galleries tell the story of the team through interactive exhibits, video, and historic artifacts. A feature is the film Patriots Way, which plays on a 45-foot wide panoramic screen in a 150-seat theatre. A shop selling exclusive Patriots merchandise is on the premises.
Pass allows free admission for 2 guests. Also allows 15% off at the Patriots ProShop and 15% off at CBS Scene Restaurant.
Salem Witch Museum
Based on actual trial documents and using life-size stage sets with figures, lighting, and narration, the museum's principle exhibit examines the 1692 Salem witch trials. In a second exhibit, “Witches: Evolving Perceptions,” guides take you through changing interpretations of witches, the truth behind the stereotypes, witchcraft practice today, and witch hunting. A gift shop is on the premises.
Pass allows admission for up to 6 guests at a rate of $9.25 for an adult/senior and $7.00 for a child.
The USS Constitution Museum
The museum, a part of the Boston National Historical Park, is located in the Charlestown Navy Yard near the ship USS Constitution (“Old Ironsides”) at the end of Boston’s Freedom Trail. The museum provides a detailed look at the history of the ship, information about the war of 1812, and the battle between the ship and HMS Java. Stories are told through interactive exhibits, unique artifacts, archival records, and artwork. The museum also includes a research library which houses a strong collection of manuscripts, books, artifacts, and microfilm of primary source material. The ship itself is maintained by the US Navy, and may be visited free of charge on certain days. (Check website for schedule.)
This library pass provides free admission for parties of 9 or fewer; one pass per party.
The Willard House & Clock Museum
The Willard House is one of Grafton's oldest buildings and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was constructed in the early 1700s by Joseph Willard. Four of his grandsons became well-known clockmakers, working in the western part of the state. The museum, founded in 1969, features the world's largest collection of clocks made by the Willards, displayed in period room settings in the 1718 Joseph Willard homestead, the 1766 Benjamin Willard Clock Manufactory and three modern galleries. In addition to more than 90 Willard clocks, there are also Willard family portraits and furnishings; Colonial, Federal and Empire period furniture; antique Oriental rugs; 19th century women's costumes; 18th century American and English pewter; Victorian dolls and doll furniture; military and hunting weapons; Nipmuc Indian artifacts; and original documents signed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. The Willard House offers guided tours, which last approximately an hour, and are conducted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Pass admits 2 adults free of charge.
Worcester Art Museum
The Worcester Art Museum is recognized for its 35,000-piece collection of paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, photography, prints, drawings and new media created over the last 5 millennia. Works include those by El Greco, Monet, Rembrandt, Gauguin, van Gogh, Renoir, Cézanne, Picasso, Copley, Gilbert Stuart, Paul Revere, and Nam June Paik. Special exhibitions showcase the masterworks, seldom-seen gems, and important works on loan—including some contemporary art. Of note are the floor mosaics from the ancient city of Antioch (Syria) in the entrance, the Japanese print collection, and the “Arms and Armor” collection. There is a café, museum shop, and library on the premises.
This library pass card admits 2 adults/ 2 children for 1/2 the price of regular general admission.
*Not valid during Special events including Flora in Winter.