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Museum Passes

The Museum Pass program is a service provided by the Burlington County Library System that enables customers to visit several area museums and gardens.  It’s a great way for friends and families to enjoy education, cultural enrichment and fun. The best part is that our customers can check out passes for free!

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Batsto Village

  • Batsto Village
    Historic Batsto Village, a nationally recognized historic site, is located in Wharton State Forest in Southern New Jersey.Batsto is the site of a former bog iron and glassmaking industrial center (1766 - 1867).

Burlington County Division of Cultural Affairs & Tourism

  • Burllington County Division of Cultural Affairs & Tourism
    Enjoy annual favorites such as Earth Fair, the Fall Foliage Family Float Festival, and the Articulture Arts Festival. Discover a variety of exhibits, concerts and shows that promote cultural values, local & regional history and the vibrant arts community.

Burlington County Historian

  • Burlington County Historian
    This web site has been created as a one-stop resource for historical information about Burlington County. Find out about all kinds of historical events and fun in Burlington County.

City of Burlington Historic District

  • City of Burlington Historic District
    As the first recorded European settlement in New Jersey, the City of Burlington has played host to many beginnings, origins and “firsts”. Many of them have left visible reminders, buildings or artifacts which help us travel back in time.

Historic Bordentown

  • Downtown Bordentown
    This area was originally settled in 1682 by Thomas Farnsworth. Joseph Borden arrived here in 1717. With its many famous residents, and the location of many historic events from the Revolutionary War, the area boasts a rich history.

Historic Mt. Holly

  • Historic Mount Holly
    Get information of visual and performing arts, shopping, craft shows and events in Mount Holly.

Historic Prison Museum, Mt. Holly

  • Historic Prison Museum
    The Burlington County Prison Museum was completed in 1811. The interior of vaulted ceilings of poured concrete and brick and stone construction made the building virtually fireproof. In fact, it was so well constructed that it remained in constant use unt

Mill Race Village

  • Mill Race Village
    Mill Race Village is in Mount Holly’s most Historic neighborhood. The Mill Race Village serves many purposes related to cultural, artistic and historic preservation and enhancement.


  • Paulsdale
    Paulsdale is the birthplace and home of Alice Paul. She dedicated her life to the single cause of securing equal rights for all women and courageously led the final campaign for women's right to vote.

Roebling Museum

  • Roebling Museum
    The Roebling Museum presents the story of the engineering genius of John A. Roebling, the Roebling family, the company town of Roebling and the technological innovations and products produced by the company that shaped the industrialized world.

Whitesbog Village

  • Whitesbog Village
    Whitesbog Village in Brendan T. Byrne State Forest, Pemberton Township, is open to the public from dawn to dusk daily. Guided tours are available upon request.

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