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Spotted: Phoenix Culture Pass

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The Culture Pass race is on.

On July 1, Valley and ASU libraries launched the Culture Pass program, which gives library card holders and ASU students a chance to check out a pass for free admission to a number of participating museums and cultural centers.

Now you just have to get your hands on one.

More details and participating locations after the jump ...

Culture Passes are in limited supply at public libraries in Phoenix, Mesa, Chandler, Cave Creek, Glendale, Peoria, and Tempe, as well as at ASU's Hayden Library (Tempe campus) Polytechnic campus Library, Downtown Phoenix campus Library and Fletcher Library (West campus). We spotted ours at the ASU West Campus, which had plenty to spare.

Each pass is free admission for two at institutions including the Arizona Science Center, Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix Art Museum, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Phoenix Zoo, and Pueblo Grande Museum, to name a few. And each can only be used once within seven days of check-out.

More information is available on the Culture Pass website.

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