Michigan Activity Pass for Discovery

. January 2, 2017.

Looking for free or discounted activities for your family this winter? The newly expanded Michigan Activity Pass (MAP) offers free or discounted entry to more than 360 attractions across the state. Library users, with a valid library card from one of Michigan’s public libraries, can print a pass, either from home or at the library, to one of the participating organizations through the MAP website. Note that cultural partners offer complimentary or reduced price admission, discounts in their gift shop, or other exclusive offers. Visit historic lighthouses dotting Michigan’s coast, art museums such as the Detroit Institute of Arts or the Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, or history museums such as the Yankee Air Museum, the Michigan Firehouse Museum, and the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, as well as state parks and campgrounds. Each MAP expires one week from the date it’s printed and patrons can check out one MAP every seven days. Each library will have five passes (per day) available.

To see the full program offerings and to reserve a pass,
visit plymouthrockets.com/map2016/