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Join or renew your annual membership today!

All Lewis Museum members receive:

  • FREE general admission for one year
  • Member discount at Museum Shop – 15%
  • Personalized Lewis branded membership card (A membership card is not required to utilize benefits of membership. Your membership is active as soon as you join!)
  • Invitation to biannual Museum Shop Members’ Sale
  • Priority invitation to museum events
  • Complimentary subscription to the museum’s calendar publication
  • Invitations to members only exhibition previews
  • Priority notification of new museum programs and events
  • Discounts on select events and programs

15% discount on membership for seniors, active duty & retired military. Lifetime membership is not eligible for discount. Must provide a valid ID to Visitor Services Desk or victoria.patterson@lewismuseum.org at time of purchase.

Enhance your membership with an Add-on! An additional adult is an option to add another adult to your household for only $15! Additional adults receive Individual Level benefits, but do not receive a membership card. 

For more information on becoming a member please contact victoria.patterson@lewismuseum.org or call 443-263-1816.

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Select the membership level that fits you best from the options below.

Includes all the benefits of a standard membership as well as specific level benefits. Smithsonian Affiliate Membership available for an additional $20.

Contemporary Friends

Smithsonian Affiliation – Membership plus $20

  • One year subscription (12 issues) to Smithsonian Magazine
  • 10% discounts on café dining at Smithsonian Museum’s in DC, on all Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, and on all IMAX tickets at the Smithsonian
  • Reciprocal Admission/Discount benefits at participating Smithsonian Affiliates
  • Free admission to the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York City
  • A personalized Smithsonian membership card
  • Additional Smithsonian benefits can found here. Benefits on Smithsonian.com are subject to change.