Membership Levels

  • Student ($30)
    Age 18 or older currently studying full-time at an accredited college, university or art school; must provide a copy of a valid student ID
     
  • Individual ($60)
    One adult
     
  • Dual ($85)
    Two adults
     
  • Senior Individual ($50)
    One adult aged 65 or older
     
  • Senior Dual ($75)
    Two adults aged 65 or older
     
  • Family ($95)
    Two adults and children or grandchildren through the age of 18, plus special mailings including a welcome packet, hands-on activity guides and announcements for fun events and educational programs specifically for families and children


  • Partner ($150)
    Family member benefits, plus two membership cards, four guest passes and free admission to more than
    550  North American Reciprocal Museums
     
  • Steward ($250)
    Partner level benefits, plus two additional guest passes (for a total of six,) one complimentary dual membership to give as a gift and reciprocal membership privileges at
    36 major art museums, including the Portland Museum of Art, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and Peabody Essex Museum
     
  • Sustainer ($500)
    Steward level benefits, plus free admission for two guests during each visit and opportunities to attend a Patron Preview and other exclusive events
     
  • Circle ($1,000)
    Sustainer level benefits, plus complimentary admission for your guests during each visit and invitations to exclusive and intimate Patron Previews in advance of member receptions
     
  • Benefactor ($2,500)
    Circle level benefits, plus private tours of the museum, for you and your guests, when scheduled at least two weeks in advance by phoning or emailing the Membership Office at 207-596-6256 or membership@farnsworthmuseum.org
     
  • Fellow ($5,000)
    Benefactor level benefits, plus an opportunity to rent the Farnsworth facilities for a reception or event at a 25% discount (restrictions and blackout dates apply.) An invitation to attend An Evening at the Farnsworth dinner with the Director