Visit the Albany Institute of History and Art… with your library card!

That’s right, the Town of Ulster Library is now carrying passes for the Albany Institute of History and Art! Each pass allows up to two adults and two children entrance to the museum for free! If you’d like to find out more information, including what’s on exhibit, visit the institute’s website, here

And we’re not the only ones with museum passes. If you go to our online catalog and search museum pass, you can see all of the passes in the library system. Please note: different libraries have different lending rules. Some libraries only check out passes to members of their  own library. All of the passes need to be checked out at the owning library.

Study of Nature, Dresden, Lake George, David Johnson (1827–1908), 1870, oil on canvas, gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Rockwell, 1971.29.1