Qualifying members ($125 membership level or higher) receive free admission at all
NARM (North American Reciprocal Museums) member museums listed below.
Upon presentation of membership card from one of the listed museums,
validated with a sticker or having (NARM) typed somewhere on the card,
you will be entitled to the following privileges while visiting any of
the other museums. Some restrictions may apply. Visit NARM for detailed information.
For more information about the Reciprocal Program, please contact the Membership Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 901.761.5250 ext 125.
North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM)
Program Members from the NARM museums listed below who present a membership card validated with a gold North American Reciprocal sticker are entitled to privileges at participating museums. These include free or member admission during regular museum hours and member discounts at museum shops and concert/lecture tickets. Please note: Some museums restrict benefits. Click here to download the list.
If you would like a North American Reciprocal Museum list mailed to you please call 761-5250 ext. 125.
Southeastern Reciprocal Museum Program
Upon presentation of your membership card, you will receive:
Free admission at all times during museum hours. The same discount on purchases made in the gift shop as those offered members of that museum. The same discount on purchases made on the premises for concert and lecture tickets, as those offered members of that museum.Reciprocal privileges do not include receiving mailings from any of the participating museums except for the museum with which the member is affiliated. Click here for the Southeastern Reciprocal Membership Program.
If you would like a Southeastern Reciprocal Museum list mailed to you please call 761-5250 ext. 125.
Your membership card entitles you to free admission and additional benefits at botanical gardens, arboreta, and conservatories throughout North America.
The American Horticultural Society (AHS) encourages participating gardens
members to travel the country, discovering the diversity and beauty of
horticulture across America. Through the AHS Reciprocal Admissions
Program (RAP), members receive special admission privileges in addition
to discounts on gift shop purchases and special events at participating
gardens. Simply present your current membership card at the admissions
counter or gift shop of the garden you are visiting to receive the
benefits. Each card will only admit the individual(s) whose name is
listed on the card. In the case of family memberships, gardens may limit
admission to two people. Some gardens may require you to show a photo
ID. Please note the 90-mile local exclusion policy. If you are a member
of a participating RAP garden, other gardens within 90-miles are not
required to extend the RAP benefits.*
If you are an AHS member, participating RAP gardens within 90-miles
of your home address are not required to extend the RAP benefits (see below regarding the Dixon Gallery and Gardens and the Memphis Botanic Gardens). Be sure to check the AHS website
for an up-to-date list of participating gardens as they are subject to
change. Before visiting any garden, visit the garden’s website or call
to verify hours of operation, confirm admission policy, and get the
latest updates on programs and other information. Please note that some
special events and exhibits may not be included as part of the RAP.
Click here to download an AHS Reciprocal Gardens list.
If you would like a Reciprocal Gardens list mailed to you please call 761-5250 ext. 125.
An asterisk (*) next to an entry indicates the garden does not offer RAP benefits but encourages members to visit. Also
please note that the Memphis Botanic Gardens and the Dixon Gallery and
Gardens are not reciprocal with each other and reserve this right as
they are within 90 miles of each other as listed in the benefits above.