Friends of Auckland Museum
Become part of the Auckland Museum family. Auckland Museum Institute has been inspiring a love of science, literature and history since 1867. Now we would like you to join us as a Friend of Auckland Museum.
Children under 13 years become part of the Stevenson Dinomites Club and enjoy advance notice of holiday programmes, priority booking, members’ discounts and invitations to exclusive Dinomites events.
Your Membership entitles you to:
- Exclusive Members behind-the-scenes experiences
- Associate membership of the Royal Society of New Zealand
- Use of the exclusive Members' Lounge when you visit the Museum
- Advance notification of our stimulating annual lecture series which included renowned speakers from New Zealand and around the world
- Advance notification and discounted entry to children's programmes
- Seasonal What's On guide posted to you quarterly, with regular eNewsletter updates througout the year
- One FREE guided highlights tour of the Museum for up to 4 people.
An array fo discounts which include:
- 2-for-1 tickets to LATE at the Museum events
- 20% discount on tickets for Maori Cultural Performances and Tours of the Maori Gallery
- 10% discount on all purchases from the Museum Shop
- Discounts on the standard prices for most special exhibition and events.
Friends Pricing Options
Up to two adults and up to 6 children at the same address.
Children under 13 years automatically become members of the Stevenson Dinomites Club.
Students, Seniors, Volunteers
Children under 13 yrs
|All memberships are annual and include GST
Download this application form to fill in and send back or click the "join now" button to join or renew online.
Once your application has been processed your start-up pack will be sent to you. This contains the latest Seasonal Guide, your membership card and a Members Lounge access card for adult members.
Auckland Museum Institute
The Auckland Museum Institute operates Friends of the Auckland Museum®. It is a charitable entity founded in 1867 to inspire interest in science, literature and history, and is the Auckland Branch of the Royal Society of New Zealand. These partnerships provide rich opportunities for Friends to participate in Museum life, and to hear from excellent local and international speakers on a broad range of topics. In addition to lectures, there are field trips, family events and behind-the-scenes opportunities. It's elected council has the right to appoint four members of the Auckland Museum Trust Board.
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