Free Park Passes

Explore what Georgia has to offer with free admissions to these amazing attractions–all you need is your PINES card!

Center for Puppetry Arts

The “Passport to Puppetry” provides up to 4 free museum admissions. Parties with children must include at least one adult. In addition to admissions, the pass also entitles patrons to attend a performance at the Center and/or participate in a Create-a-Puppet Workshop at a 25% discount, when space is available. The museum provides educational fun with more than 350 puppets from around the world, highlighting the fact that every civilization on our planet has its own unique form of puppetry tradition. Click here for more information.

Chehaw Park and Zoo

Pass admits up to 2 adults and 4 children ages 4-18 at no charge. Children under 4 are admitted free. May not be used for special events. Chehaw Park features a zoo, large playground, splash pad, hiking trails, picnic area, camp sites, and more. Click here for more information.

Georgia State Parks

Includes a parking pass for free parking, family pass for free admission for 4 visitors to any historic site operated by the Georgia State Parks Recreation and Historic Sites, and park guide. Click here for more information.

Go Fish! Education Center Family Pass

Pass admits up to 4 visitors at no charge. The Go Fish! Education Center offers outdoor fishing ponds, a state-of-the-art hatchery, freshwater aquariums, and encounters with alligators and other wildlife. Click here for more information.

Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University

Pass is valid for up to 6 free admissions. The museum holds one of the most comprehensive collections in the region with artwork from ancient Egypt, Nubia, and the Near East; Greece and Rome; the Americas; Africa; and Asia as well as a collection of works on paper from the Renaissance to the present. Click here for more information.

William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum

Pass admits up to four people free of charge. Home to the permanent exhibition Absence of Humanity: The Holocaust Years, 1933-1945; the Blonder Family Gallery dedicated to Southern Jewish History; and the Schwartz Gallery, which hosts a variety of traveling and rotating exhibitions. Click here for more information.

Zoo Atlanta

Pass offers free general admission for 4. Limited to one visit per year, per household. Whether you’re looking for a leisurely stroll through the all-new African Savanna or a chance to explore The Ford African Rain Forest, Zoo Atlanta offers something for everyone. Click here for more information.

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