Museum Passes are available for Hamden residents through the generosity of the Friends of the Hamden Library. Hamden residents only. One pass per family. Only two passes may be reserved per week. The same pass may only be reserved twice per month.
Long Wharf Theatre vouchers (good for 2 free tickets) will become available for each production according to the following schedule:
Endgame: beginning Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Napoli, Brooklyn: beginning Monday, February 6, 2017
Smart People: beginning Monday, March 6, 2017
Table: beginning Monday, April 24, 2017
Please note that some days have two performances - click here to check the Long Wharf Theatre calendar
As of today, due to extremely limited availability remaining throughout the entire run of Endgame, Long Wharf is no longer able to guarantee tickets for any patrons who take out Library Passes from any of the Libraries participating in the program.
Long Wharf is not able to guarantee seats but will place Library Pass tickets on Standby until theirStandby list is full. We apologize for the inconvenience but after the standby list is full, Long Wharf Theatre will not be able to honor any additional Library Passes or paid tickets. Additional dates will be added to this list as we get closer to the first performance as many additional performances are close to sold out. For the most up to date availability, please visit https://www.longwharf.org/peo/show_events_list.asp.
Instructions for those who elect to check out a pass:
- You must call the Long Wharf box office at 203-787-4282 to reserve your space on the Standby list. No spaces will be set aside without call to the box office.
- Once you have reserved your space, the Theatre will inform you by phone if seats become available. Patrons will be contacted in the order that they were placed on the standby list. This may happen as late as the day of the performance.
- If you do not receive a call from thebox office, you must show up 45 to 30 minutes prior to the start time of their selected performance, check in at the box office and collect a standby number, which will be assigned in order of arrival at the theater for the performance. Additional instructions will be provided at that time.
- If you show up to the theatre as a standby ticket holder and are not able to be seated, a member of the box office staff will rebook the Library Passes tickets into another performance where seats are available.
|Print-on-Demand*:||Reserve online & pick up at the Library:|
Children's Museum / Roaring Brook Nature Center
Discovery Museum and Planetarium
Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Florence Griswold Museum
Mark Twain House
Mashantucket Pequot Museum
New Britain Museum of American Art
New England Air Museum
New Haven Museum
Peabody Museum of Natural History
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
White Memorial Conservation Center
Connecticut Science Center
Connecticut State Parks and Forest Recreation Areas
Long Wharf Theatre
Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
Shore Line Trolley Museum
Stamford Museum & Nature Center
*Print-on-Demand means that you are able to print out the museum pass from home or a local printer. These passes do not need to be returned. Simply make your reservation, print the pass, and you’re good to go! If you do not have access to a printer, you may visit the library and we will print the pass for you. Printed passes are good only for the date printed on the pass.
For museums that do not participate in the Print-on-Demand program, most other passes may reserved online. You should make your reservation for the day you wish to visit the museum, but you can pick the pass up at any time on the day before your visit.