Membership provides great benefits and privileges – free admission, special access to exhibitions and opening receptions – but most importantly, Members’ fees support the study and care of our collections and the good work we do in the community.
Depending on your level of commitment, your membership comes with the following:
Add $20 to any Rockwell membership level to become a Smithsonian Affiliate Member. Smithsonian level members enjoy Rockwell Museum membership, PLUS an annual Smithsonian membership. Benefits include:
Silver Dollar Society members receive exclusive benefits and special privileges designed to bring them closer to the Museum and all that it provides its many supporters. Click here for more information.
Membership to The Rockwell Museum makes a meaningful gift that can be enjoyed all year long and is the perfect gift for a family, a couple who just moved to the region, or your grown son or daughter who love to try new things. Gift memberships come specially packaged and include a Rockwell ornament. Gift memberships can be purchased at the Admission Desk of The Rockwell Museum or in The Museum Store during regular museum hours, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Questions? Contact Patty Campbell at 607.974.2810 or via email.
One of the benefits that Members at the Dual level and above enjoy is participation in three reciprocal programs that allow free admission to art museums across the country–Reciprocal Organization of Associated Museums (ROAM), North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) program, and Museums West consortium. All provide you with an opportunity to visit close to 700 museums across the North American free-of-charge with your Rockwell membership!
If the company you work for participates in the Matching Gift Program your donation to The Rockwell Museum may be doubled or even tripled. Please check with your Human Resource Office for a Matching Gift application.
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