Museum and Park Passes

Museum & Park Passes

The library lends passes to local conservation areas, as well as popular museums in Ottawa. These passes may be borrowed for one week and can be reserved in the library catalogue.

Park Passes

KFPL, in partnership with the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority, offers. Customized backpacks that include a day pass to Gould Lake and Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Areas, along with field guides to help you get the most out of your visit, may be borrowed for one week

In partnership with the Rideau Trail Association, we also loan backpacks to help you plan exciting adventures on the free hiking trails running through Kingston and the County of Frontenac. Customized backpacks contain laminated trail maps, helpful tips for a safe hike, and field guides to help identify the birds and animal tracks you discover along the way. Packs may be borrowed for one week.

Ontario Parks passes will not be available in 2020.

In Ottawa

Passes are available for museums in Ottawa. Some locations and exhibits may be closed.  Please visit their websites for hours of operation and other pandemic precautions.

The Canadian Museum of Nature will reopen on September 5, 2020. A single pass will admit a family group of five (maximum of 3 adults per group).

The National Gallery of Canada is now open to the public. A single pass will admit a family group of two adults and three youth (children under 12 are always free).