Batavia Public Library

Batavia Public Library
10 S. Batavia Ave. Batavia, IL 60510
(630) 879-1393

Mon.–Thurs:    9 am–9 pm
Fri.–Sat.:           9 am–5 pm
Sunday:             12   –  5 pm


RAILS Library System has partnered with 15 museums to offer passes for library patrons to check out. Passes vary depending on the museum, ranging from free admission to special discounts.
View a complete list of participating museums and what the pass includes: 


Museum Adventure Passes are available during regular Library hours for the duration of the program.

  • Museum will collect the pass when patron visits
  • Patron should be prepared to show their Batavia Library card and photo ID at the Museum.

For additional information please call the Batavia Public Library, Youth Services Department at (630) 879-1393, ext. 500.

Check out the Museum Adventure Pass web site at


Batavia Public Library cardholders may check out one museum pass per family per 7-day loan period at the Batavia Public Library Youth Services Desk.

Individuals with library cards from another Library should inquire about the Museum Pass program at their home library

HOW to get a Museum Pass

1. Batavia Public Library cardholders must present their Batavia Library card at the Youth Services Desk to check out a pass.

2. A patron may select a Museum Adventure Pass. Please note:

  • A limited number of passes are available
  • Passes are checked out on a first-come-first-served basis. 
  • One museum pass may be checked out per family, per 7-day loan period

3. Youth Services staff will print your museum pass.

4. Bring printed Museum Adventure Pass to the Museum.

  • Passes are good for 7 days and expire after the date printed on the pass.
  • Passes may not be renewed
  • Passes are for one-time use and are not transferable. Your name will be printed on the pass.
  • Bring your Batavia Library card and a photo ID, you may be asked to show ID at the museum.

Statement of Mission

The mission of the Batavia Public Library is to provide and ensure access to materials and services to meet the lifelong learning needs of residents and organizations, as well as to create a welcoming place to gather, exchange ideas, and participate in cultural events.

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