Enjoy some family-friendly fun while learning about culture and art without spending a dime!
Are you looking for fun and educational activities for your children this summer?
There’s a fantastic program called the “2021 Cultural Pass,” and it provides free access to artistic and cultural activities in the Greater Louisville area.
There are activities for toddlers, young children, teenagers, and college students. These activities are being offered from June 1st through August 8th, 2021.
The ‘Cultural Pass’ was created in 2014 by Vision Louisville, and is a creative way to enhance summer learning, while promoting various cultural and artistic expressions.
Over the past 7 years, over 240,000 passes have been issued to members of our local community!
The Cultural Pass is a great way to create family time and discover new things together, and you don’t have to spend money to enjoy it! The pass is free of charge, and there are more than 50 participating venues.
To see a full list of where you can use your Cultural Pass, click here!
Some activities are done in-person at specific venues, and other activities are offered online.
> Here are detailed descriptions of the in-person activities: Click here.
> Here are detailed descriptions of the virtual (online) activities: Click here.
You can register for the Cultural Pass online at any of the following local library websites.
After you register online, your family’s paper pass will need to be picked up in person, so you can choose the library that is closest to you.
The links for registration at each library are listed below.
Louisville Free Public Library: Register Online
Bullitt County Library: Register Online
Jeffersonville Township Public Library: Register Online
Charlestown-Clark County Public Library: Register Online
Floyd County Library: Register Online
Harrison County Public Library: Register Online
Have you and your family enjoyed the Cultural Pass during previous summer breaks?
If so, please feel free to share your experiences and any tips you may have in the comment section of our Facebook post. We would love to hear from you!