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Louisville 'Cultural Passes' to again give children summer access to local attractions

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- It's once again easy for kids to get a free pass to popular spots like the Louisville Zoo and Kentucky Derby Museum. The "Cultural Pass" is back this summer, and Mayor Greg Fischer handed some out to kids at the Louisville Free Public Library today.

"This is your lucky day," Fischer told the children. "Take this home and give to your parents. It lets you into about 20 different places in the city for free."

The Cultural Pass is back this summer and Mayor Greg Fischer handed some out to kids at the Louisville Free Public Library today. It gives kids under 16 years old free admission to lots of attractions. You can pick up a pass at any Louisville library branch or Metro Parks Community Center.

The passes are valid starting this Sunday, through Aug. 6.

The program's official kick-off is Sunday at the Arts and Cultural Day on the Waterfront.

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