Don’t Visit DC Often?
You don’t have to be a DC resident to appreciate the benefits of a membership with the National Museum of Women in the Arts. We have members that live all over the country and even all over the globe. In fact only about 25% of our members live in the DC metro area. Many of our more distant members support the Museum because they believe in the mission of bringing recognition to the achievements of women artists. But there is another reason to be a member of the Museum! If you join at the $100 Friend level or above you receive reciprocal admission to over 450 Museums throughout the country as well as in Bermuda, Canada, El Salvador and Mexico. The North American Reciprocal Membership Program also extends discounts like those offered to NMWA members on purchases made on the premises in the gift shop as well as on concert and lecture tickets of the participating museums! While there are too many museums to list them all, we have highlighted a few here:
Birmingham, Alabama : Birmingham Museum of Art
Anchorage, Alaska: Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
San Francisco, California: Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco: de Young Museum and Legion of Honor
Denver, Colorado: Museum of Contemporary Art Denver
Ridgefield, Connecticut: Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Sarasota, Florida: The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
Atlanta, Georgia: High Museum of Art
Rockland, Maine: Farnsworth Art Museum
Minneapolis, Minnesota: Walker Arts Center
Kansas City, Missouri: Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Omaha, Nebraska: Joslyn Art Museum
Santa Fe, New Mexico: Georgia O’Keefe Museum
New York City, New York: The Frick Collection
Charlotte, North Carolina: The Mint Museum
Cincinnati, Ohio: Cincinnati Art Museum
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Tacoma, Washington: Tacoma Art Museum
Don’t see your state listed?
Visit the North American Reciprocal Museums page to see the rest of the list.
Presentation of a NMWA membership card validated with a North American Reciprocal Seal entitles you to the following privileges while visiting any of the participating museums. Valid only for goods and tickets purchased on premise. Reciprocal privileges do not include receiving mailings from any of the participating museums other than the National Museum of Women in the Arts. For more information, and a list of the 450-plus museums that participate in the reciprocal membership program, please visit the North American Reciprocal Museums site, call NMWA Services at (866) 875-4627 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.