Michael C. Carlos Museum Pass

Image of a sarcophagus at the Carlos Museum.

Georgia Public Library System has partnered with the Michael C. Carlos Museum. Patrons can check out a family pass at their local library, which covers up to six admissions to the museum.

The Carlos Museum is now one of the Southeast's premier ancient art museums with major collections of art objects from ancient Egypt, Nubia, Near East, Greece, Rome, ancient Americas, Africa, and Asia, as well as a collection of works on paper from the Renaissance to the present.

The Museum also features traveling exhibits throughout the year:

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In Search of Noble Marbles: The Earliest Travelers to Greece

January 14 – April 9, 2017

Discover the earliest published accounts of intrepid English, French, and Dutch explorers who visited Greece in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries and were moved to record their experiences in print. These publications reveal an organic growth of knowledge about Greece, from seventeenth-century fantasies familiar from Shakespeare’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream,” to the scholarly mapping out and minute recording of inscriptions and monuments. Visit the exhibit webpage for more information.

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Desire and Consumption: The New World in the Age of Shakespeare

January 14 - April 9, 2017

Although Shakespeare set “The Tempest” on a small island off the coast of Italy, many scholars argue that he drew inspiration for the setting, several narrative themes, and the figure of Caliban from the newly encountered Americas. "Desire and Consumption" will explore this argument by pairing the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library's Fourth Folio with several engravings from Theodor de Bry’s "Americae" volumes. Visit the exhibit webpage for more information.

More information on the Museum can be found at www.carlos.emory.edu.

How it works

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I place a hold on the Carlos Museum Pass?

No, the Carlos Museum Pass cannot be placed on hold. You can ask at the Circulation Desk if it is available when you visit the library.

What if I don't use my pass within a week; can I check out the pass again?

You have the option to renew the pass for 1 week. The pass can be checked out no more than once per quarter.

What happens if I keep the pass longer than 7 days?

There is a $3/day fine for an overdue Carlos Museum Pass. Fines can be paid at the Circulation Desk.

What happens if I lose the Carlos Museum Pass?

The replacement cost of the Carlos Museum Pass is $50. Fines can be paid at the Circulation Desk.