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Act One Culture Passes: Home

Culture Passes allow people the opportunity to explore community and state gardens, museums, and attractions for free by simply checking out passes from the library.

What are Culture Passes?

Explore the Arts for Free!

The Act One Culture Pass program is a partnership between Act One, the library, and local and statewide cultural and art institutions. The Culture Pass allows:

  • Students, staff, and community members get free admission for 2 to any of the participating museums, gardens, or performances.
  • Individuals are allowed to check out 1 pass at a time, 2 passes in a 30 day period
  • Passes are good for one use within a week of check out.  

Please be aware that Culture Passes are only valid for General Admissions, any special exhibits or hours do not qualify under the pass. 

For more information on Performance passes, Culture Passes, or the Act One foundation, visit the ACT ONE web page, or contact the PCC Library.



Culture Passes are back in a limited capacity! The following venues are now accepting passes:

  • Acrosanti 
    •  Tour reservations required (This one requires planning ahead) 
    • (928) 632-7135 Call ahead to determine availability / check to make sure your reservation went through
    • 13555 S Cross L Road, Mayer, AZ 86333
  • Heard Museum 
    • 602.252.8840
    • 2301 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004
  • Tohono Chul Park 
    • Contact to make a culture pass reservation 
    • 7366 Paseo del Norte Tucson, AZ 85704
  • Tucson Botanical Gardens 
    • 2150 North Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85712
  • Arizona Arts Live (Performance Pass Partner) - No Performances Available Currently 


How do you check one out?

Once you have decided on a location to visit and have looked at the website to determine if a reservation is needed** fill out the Culture Pass Request Form to formally request access. 

  • If the requested pass is available: you will receive a email from the library with a receipt for access or information on curbside pick-up. The receipt is your ticket in and needs to be kept!
  • If the requested pass is not available: you will receive an email notifying you when the pass should become available and at that time you will have to fill out the form once more. 

**IMPORTANT! Due to COVID-19 precautions, we highly encourage  that you should call the venue ahead of time to make  reservations and check out what COVID-19 procedures are in  place. Most venues are reservation only during this time. Thank you! 

Tell us what you think! We value feedback from Culture Pass users! If you have used a Culture Pass, please fill out this survey to tell us about your experience. Visit 

For information about the Culture Pass, visit

Have Questions?

Have Questions? Contact any of the following or use our Ask a Librarian tool!

  • Isabella Moreno,
  • Monica Caraballo -
  • Robbie Lopez - 

​​You can also visit the Act One for more information on performances, passes, and information on the program and it's partnerships.