Ways to become a member
Join our family of supporters today and enjoy a range of exciting and unique benefits, whilst providing invaluable support for our magnificent collections.
There are three ways to become a member of this cultural icon; Friends of the Museum is your everyday membership covering a wide range of great membership incentives, Museum Circle organise fabulous custom-designed trips to cultural destinations around the world and Dinomites keeps kids busy with fun interactive learning. Click on the links below for more info »
The benefits are truly rewarding. Not only will you receive discounts and exclusive privileges based upon the level you choose, you also become an integral part of the conservation and enhancement of New Zealand's most loved Museum.
Friends of Auckland Museum is your passport to 364 days of wonderful Museum experiences! Join our community of supporters; interested in preserving and promoting the natural and human history of Auckland and New Zealand.
The Museum Circle is the Patron & Benefactor membership body of the Auckland Museum. The Circle organise a wonderful range of activities, social functions and spectacular custom-designed trips to cultural destinations around the world.
Kids under 13 years will love the fantastic Stevenson Dinomites Club and have access to heaps of special activities throughout the year.
Become an Auckland Museum Member today. Choose the membership category that suits you or your family. Also, renew your membership here or give the gift of membership. Your friends or family will be delighted to receive a gift that lasts for 364 days!
Need to put your feet up? In the latest move to offer our members the finest amenities, the Museum has converted the old Council Room into a state-of-the-art Members’ Lounge, sumptuously fitted out with leather lounge suites, coffee tables, a computer and larger tables.
Click here for details on who to contact for Auckland Museum Membership, Auckland Museum Institute and the Auckland Museum Circle.
As well as being a Museum membership body, the Auckland Museum Institute organises a programme of lectures, discussions, field trips and other events, and appoints four members of the Museum Trust Board.