When you join the Milwaukee Art Museum, you can attend a range of unique programs not open to the public. Exclusive tours, sneak previews, celebrations—these special events and more are designed especially for Members.
Experience artful dining at 25% off.The Coffee Shop
Recharge with coffee and specialty drinks at 25% off.Museum Store
Shop Double Discount Days, every Thursday in May (20% off) in-store and online. Plus, receive free shipping at mam.org/store with every purchase over $25 (after discount).
*Discounts cannot be combined with any other offers or vouchers. Membership card must be presented to receive discount.
Plus, all month long, join Milwaukee Art Museum and Pick 'n Save in the Feeding Families Food Drive benefiting Hunger Task Force this May. During Member Month, show your Pick 'n Save Fresh Perks Card and donate a nonperishable food item at the Museum. Members will receive a tote bag featuring Raoul Dufy’s Red Orchestra. Non‑Members receive $5 off admission. And, as always, kids 12 and under are free!
Thursday, May 1, 2014, 5:30 PM
Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 1:30 PM
See all Member events.
Members at the Art Advocate ($175) level enjoy reciprocal benefits at over 60 museums across the US and Canada. Members at the Donor ($400) level and above enjoy reciprocal benefits at over 600 Museums across the US, Canada, Mexico, and Central America. Reciprocal benefits entitle you to receive the same benefits offered to members of other museums, upon presenting your specially marked membership card. Benefits typically include free general admission and discounts in the museum stores. See reciprocal membership list.
Members enjoy more at the Milwaukee Art Museum and at area businesses! To thank you for your support, the Museum collaborates with local businesses to give our Members exclusive discounts. Simply show your membership card and photo ID at participating businesses to receive your special Member-only discount.
Eight in all, the Museum‘s support groups are smaller communities of Museum Members who share an interest in a particular form of art within the Museum‘s Collection and, in turn, engage in social activities that support and advance its appreciation within the Museum and the greater community.