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Choose a membership option below that works best for you.

 

$50 Individual

Free Unlimited Museum Visits for one individual for one year

$75 Dual

Free Unlimited Museum Visits for two individuals for one year

$100 Friends & Family

Free Unlimited Museum Visits for four individuals for one year + NARM Affiliate Membership

Your membership cards will be mailed to you in the coming weeks. In the meantime, you can use your receipt to visit the museum.
For Dual and Friends & Family Memberships, please indicate the additional member names as you would like them to appear on the card.

General Member Benefits

Experience the benefits of a Sharlot Hall Museum Membership

Our memberships are designed to inspire!
Every member, regardless of level, enjoys these same exciting benefits year-round.

free unlimited museum visits

Visit our Museum and gardens as often as you wish throughout the year.

10% Discount at the Museum Store

Purchase Museum merchandise including gifts, books and toys at a discount. We are also tax free!

event & festival discounts

Enjoy free or discounted admission to select SHM festivals and special events (excluding fundraisers).

research center discounts

Take advantage of special discounts on copies and services at the Sharlot Hall Museum Library & Archives. (Rates apply)

two guest passes annually

Bring a friend! Use your two single-use guest passes to enjoy the Museum with a colleague, friend or family member.

Members-only events

Engage with the Museum in a new way through exclusive members-only events like exhibit previews and receptions.

narm affiliate membership

NARM (North American Reciprocal Museum association) allows you to explore museums and cultural institutions across North America who are NARM affiliates.
**only applicable to Friends & Family members

* Teacher or Educator discounts are only available at the gate.

Inspire the future and join one of our Donor Circles today!

Sharlot Hall Museum donors make it possible for us to keep sharing Arizona history.

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