"...Not all those who wander are lost..." - J. R. R. Tolkien
Experience museums, concerts, sporting events and more with Local Wanderer, Orange County Library System’s new “culture pass” program. With just your library card, free admission to some of the best local arts and culture venues is a click away!
Please be aware that due to efforts being made by Local Wanderer participating partners to stop the spread of COVID-19, some cultural venues may have temporarily changed or ended their operating hours. As a result, the current number of passes available through Local Wanderer may be limited. Please refer to the organization's website before requesting a pass.
How it Works
Passes are provided by participating organizations and can be checked out using your Orange County Library System card number and PIN. All passes are one-time use, so you never have to worry about overdue fines, and many passes are good for two weeks- giving you the flexibility of deciding when best to redeem them.
For more information about pass use and restrictions, please see the related questions on the right, or contact us at 407-835-7323.
The Orange County Regional History Center is a private non-profit history museum located in the historic Orange County Courthouse. The five-story museum consists of exhibits presenting local and regional history starting from 12,000 years ago.
Located in Downtown Orlando, it has become Orlando's main performance venue featuring a 2,700-seat amplified hall, Walt Disney Theater, for Broadway musicals and multi-genre concerts as well as a 300-seat venue, Alexis & Pugh Theater, for smaller shows and events.
Orlando Science Center is Central Florida’s award-winning, hands-on science museum. For more than 60 years, our exhibits and programming have brought science to life for not just residents of Central Florida, but also visitors from around the world.