The North Babylon Public Library will be open Sundays beginning October 7th. Our Sunday hours are from 1-5 pm. For additional information please contact the Library, 631-669-4020.
You choose the day!
There is a LIMITED supply of discount general admission tickets.
The following discounted tickets are still available:
The American Museum of Natural History. Tickets can be redeemed for free general admission and one special exhibition, film or live animal exhibition of your choosing.
LI Game Farm. This is a general admission ticket.
Free Museum Passes for the Family
Are you looking for something special to do with your family? The Library has free museum passes for several local museums! They include: American Airpower Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Children’s Museum of Manhattan, Children’s Museum of the East End, Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum, Fire Island Lighthouse, Garvies Point Museum, Guggenheim, Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum, Nassau County Museum of Art, NYC Fire Museum, NY Transit Museum, NYS Empire Pass, Old Bethpage Village Restoration, Old Westbury Gardens, Sagtikos Manor, Sands Point Preserve and the Vanderbilt Museum.
Passes may be reserved up to 2 months in advance. Passes are available for North Babylon Adult Library cardholders only. Click here to schedule a pass online.
September/October adult and young adult registration is currently underway. Young adult programs are open to students, grades 6-12 with a North Babylon Public Library card only. Visit Newsletter on the top menu for a complete listing of our upcoming events. Patrons can register online or in-person. Programs with a fee must be registered for in-person. All fees are non-refundable.
Children’s program registration begins September 4th and October 1st. Children’s programs are limited to North Babylon cardholders only. Please contact the Library(631-669-4020), for any additional information regarding programs.
The New York Transit Museum
The New York Transit Museum is housed underground in an authentic 1936 subway station in Downtown Brooklyn, the Transit Museum’s working platform level spans a full city block, and is home to a rotating selection of twenty vintage subway and elevated cars dating back to 1907.
Visitors can board the vintage cars, sit at the wheel of a city bus, step through a time tunnel of turnstiles, and explore changing exhibits that highlight the cultural, social and technological history – and future – of mass transit.
The Museum pass includes free admission for 2 adults and 4 children.
Ask at the Reference Desk to schedule your trip or click on museum passes to register on your own and see the complete museum listing. Library card and password/pin are required.