Discover and access free or discounted tickets to regional attractions with your Allegheny County library card!
RAD Pass brings cultural literacy and learning to life by connecting library cardholders to the region’s vast array of cultural assets. This new online ticket lending system allows Allegheny County library cardholders to access free or discounted tickets to regional attractions, such as museums, theaters, and concerts. Participating organizations include: Andy Warhol Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, New Hazlett Theater, Pittsburgh Opera, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and more!
RAD Pass is available to any Allegheny County library cardholder over the age of 18 with a valid library card. To get started, users can visit radpass.org and click on “Reserve a Pass.” Enter your library card credentials to view available passes. Browse for passes by date or venue, then make your reservation directly through the site. You can choose to download & print your pass or access the mobile pass option.
Please note that passes are in high demand and supplies may be limited! RAD Pass partners make ticket offers based on availability and may only have a limited number of passes to offer at a given time. If passes are not currently showing for your favorite amenities, check back soon.
If you need a library card, you can register online. Visit radpass.org for full details regarding participating organizations, availability, restrictions and other frequently asked questions.
RAD Pass is brought to you by the Allegheny Regional Asset District, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and the Allegheny County Library Association.