OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Omaha Public Library and Lauritzen Gardens have partnered to offer free passes to library cardholders beginning on Jan. 5.
At each of the 12 OPL locations day passes will be available for checkout. The passes are good for one-time admission and allows two adults and children to attend the gardens with a single pass. Passes can be checked out for up to five days.
“As Omaha’s public garden, we exist for the enjoyment and education of the entire community,” said Lauritzen Gardens Executive Director John Newman. “We hope that this partnership will allow more families access to the garden, giving them the opportunity to experience the joys of nature year-round.”