The Library offers FREE passes to area museums around Long Island and New York City that your family can visit. Make a reservation from the provided list of available passes and dates.
Starting May 1, we have two types of museum passes: Print on Demand and Pick Up/Return passes. Print on Demand passes can be printed at home or at the Library. Pick Up/Return passes are traditional passes that are checked out and returned to the Library by the due date.
Tickets are sold at the Library circulation desk only starting May 1. Tickets include access to the aquarium and the bird/butterfly exhibit, and do not expire. Purchase limit is 5 tickets. Pay with cash, check, or credit card. While supplies last. Please bring your South Country Library card when purchasing tickets.
General (ages 3 and up) admission discount tickets: $18.00
(reg. $29.50/adult, $22.50/child, $25.50/senior)
Children 2 and under may enter the aquarium for free.
Tickets are sold online only. Seasonal pricing. Tickets include access to rides and attractions, including 4-D Theater, Bug Carousel, Congo Gorilla Forest, JungleWorld, Nature Trek, Children’s Zoo, Butterfly Garden, Zoo Shuttle and Wild Asia Monorail.
Children 2 and under may enter the zoo for free.
Enter special code to receive discount: SCTYCHILDRENS
Tickets are sold online only.
General admission (over 48″ tall): $37.00 (reg. $43.99)
Junior admission (under 48″ tall): $30.00 (reg. $33.99)
Senior admission (60 years and older): $30.00 (reg. $33.99)
Looking for more affordable activities?
2018 LIRR New York City Getaways: Save with rail and admission discount packages to the American Museum of Natural History, the Brooklyn Museum & Botanic Garden, the Museum of Modern Art, and more.
Avalon Park & Preserve (Stony Brook): Take a walk through beautiful fields of wildflowers and observe different wildlife. The park is not stroller friendly.
Town of Brookhaven Wildlife and Ecology Center (Holtsville): A zoo and ecology center, featuring: buffalo, mountain lions, eagles, and a children’s petting zoo. Ecology exhibits and tours, free compost, greenhouses, and a picnic area.
Quogue Wildlife Refuge: Walk seven miles of trails to explore diverse habitats including forests and ponds, as well as the ecologically rare Dwarf Pines in the Pine Barrens. The main trail is stroller and wheelchair friendly.
Suffolk County Farm and Education Center (Yaphank): See a century-old working farm, visit with farm animals, and feed them with food purchased at the main desk.