Museum passes available for checkout

Museum Passes

The Hernando County Public Library is pleased to offer museum passes available for checkout.

 Your checkout receipt/due date slip is your admission ticket and will be submitted at the museum.

  • Admission tickets are valid for 7 days from checkout (expires after the due date).
  • Limit one museum pass per cardholder at a time.
  • Check with individual museums for open hours, closures, and blackout dates.
Florida Holocaust Museum

The Florida Holocaust Museum

The Florida Holocaust Museum honors the memory of millions of innocent men, women and children who suffered or died in the Holocaust. The Museum is dedicated to teaching the members of all races and cultures the inherent worth and dignity of human life in order to prevent future genocides.

  • Pass is valid for admission of 4 people
  • Temporarily unavailable
Tampa Bay History Center logo

Tampa Bay History Center

Founded in 1989 by the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners, the History Center opened its new, 60,000 square-foot facility on Tampa’s Riverwalk in 2009. Accredited in 2015 by the American Alliance of Museums and a Smithsonian Affiliate museum since 2012, the History Center includes three floors of permanent and temporary exhibition galleries focusing on 12,000 years of Florida’s history.

  • Pass is valid for admission of 4 people
Hernando Historical Museum Association

1885 Train Depot

The Train Depot has been in the same location since it was built in 1885.  As part of the Rails to Trails program, the old railroad track bed is now the Good Neighbor Trail.  The 1885 Train Depot Museum is made up of four parts: The Office, Freight Room, Dock, and Cook Utility Box Car.  The Train Depot is not just about trains.  The depot also houses larger artifacts for the Hernando Historical Museum Association.

  • Pass is valid for admission of 4 people


Countryman One Room -Schoolhouse

Countryman One Room Schoolhouse

The Countryman Family One Room Schoolhouse is reminiscent of the First Schoolhouse in Hernando County built in 1852 by Frederick Lykes.  We will bring you back in time to experience our school lessons while sitting in authentic wooden desks.  Our interactive lessons include the 3 R’s and life skills like carrying water jugs from the local well.

  • Pass is valid for admission of 4 people
  • Temporarily unavailable



May-Stringer House

May-Stringer House

The May-Stringer House is a 4 story, seven gable, gingerbread trim, 14 room “Painted Lady” Victorian era home overlooking the City of Brooksville.  The Hernando Historical Museum Association has created exhibit rooms with a Victorian Look, and there are rooms devoted to specific themes such as an Elegant Dining Room, Victorian Bedrooms, Military Room, an 1880’s Doctor’s Office, and a 1900’s Communication Room.  The house is on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Pass is valid for admission of 4 people