Click to Home
About UsChildrenTeensAdultseLibraryHelp Center
Connect With Us
Like Us on Facebook
Follow Us on Twitter
New Mexico FamilyPass
New Mexico FamilyPass
Your ticket to 15 exceptional museums and historic sites in New Mexico.
The New Mexico FamilyPass opens the doors to 15 museums and historic sites. From Native American treasures to space exploration, world-class folk art to super dinosaurs, ancient sites to the state-of-the-art New Mexico History Museum - our museums and historic sites celebrate the essence of New Mexico!

How do I check one out?
  • Patrons must be in good standing with the public library in order to borrow the FamilyPass.
  • Patrons must have a library card.
  • Patrons must be over the age of 18. Patrons who are under 18 will need a parent or guardian to sign the Borrower Agreement for their pass.
  • The FamilyPass will admit up to 6 people.
  • The FamilyPass may only be checked out once per patron each year.
  • The FamilyPass can be borrowed for up to seven days. They are not renewable.
  • The FamilyPass cannot be placed on hold.
  • FamilyPass is available at Esther Bone and Loma Colorado Libraries.

How do I check one in?
  • The FamilyPass should be returned only to the library location where the patron borrowed the pass.
  • Patron should make every effort to return pass in good condition. Please consider the next family who will borrow it, and keep the pass clean and dry.
  • Return pass to the check out counter. Do not return the pass in the book drop – this could lead to loss of the pass.
  • Overdue notices will be sent when FamilyPasses become 3 and 7 days overdue.  The Second notice will include the replacement cost of the pass, and the information that the customer’s account is suspended until the pass is returned.
  • Please fill-out a short survey about your experience with the FamilyPass.
  • Borrowers agree to reimburse the library $25.00 for lost or stolen FamilyPasses.

What museums and sites are included on the FamilyPass?
  • New Mexico Museum of Space History (Alamogordo)
  • National Hispanic Cultural Center (Albuquerque)
  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science (Albuquerque)
  • New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum (Las Cruces)
  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (Santa Fe)
  • Museum of International Folk Art (Santa Fe)
  • New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors (Santa Fe)
  • New Mexico Museum of Art (Santa Fe) 
  • Coronado Historic Site (Bernalillo)
  • El Camino Real Historic Trail Site (San Antonio)
  • Fort Selden Historic Site (Radium Springs)
  • Fort Stanton Historic Site (Fort Stanton)
  • Fort Sumner Historic Site/Bosque Redondo Memorial (Fort Sumner)
  • Jemez Historic Site (Jemez Springs)
  • Lincoln Historic Site (Lincoln)