Libraries are not just for books anymore, thanks to a new partnership between the Greater Victoria Public Library and Royal B.C. Museum.
Twenty family passes, which allows for free admission to all galleries and exhibitions at the museum, are available for borrowing on a week-long basis from any of the 10 branches in the region.
“This enables families to have easier access to the Royal B.C. Museum,” said Sue Stackhouse, a museum spokesperson.
Family passes allow two adults and up to three children free general admission.
“This partnership is an opportunity for the Royal B.C. Museum to connect with Victorians and invite them to join us in exploring our collective heritage,” museum CEO Pauline Rafferty said.
For more information on how to borrow one of the family passes, visit gvpl.ca.