Cultural Pass

Cultural Pass to Adventure Program


The Cultural Pass to Adventure program offers library users the opportunity to expand their experience of the library beyond the walls of our buildings into the community and beyond. Your library card is your passport to visiting different and exciting locations in Oregon. For complete information on the Cultural Pass program, please visit the Washington County Cooperative Library System (WCCLS) website.
A Japanese lantern sits near the water surrounded by flowering shrubs.

Cultural Pass to Adventure at Beaverton City Library


Washington County Libraries offer passes to each of the venues below. Each pass provides free admission for a designated number of people to the destination. You must be at least 18 years old to secure a pass and have a library card in good standing.

Follow these easy steps to plan your trip to adventure:


  • Reserve a pass for your selected venue online at Cultural Passes at WCCLS
  • Follow the instructions provided to reserve and print your Cultural Pass
  • Cultural Passes for each venue may be used once each calendar year. Be sure you are able to use your pass for the day of your reservation before you print it. Printing a pass counts as your annual use whether you use it or not.
  • Dates for reservations are released monthly for up to three months in advance with the exception of the Wings and Waves Water Park. Wings and Waves is released one month in advance and is available June 2 through September 4th, 2017.