Our participation in several reciprocal programs means additional benefits for your RIHS membership
An RIHS membership is worth even more than it was yesterday!
Today, we announce our participation in the North American Reciprocal Museum Association, Time Travelers Reciprocal Program, the Reciprocal Organization of Associated Museums, and the Rhode Island Attractions Marketing Alliance.
What does this mean for you, our members? Or you, who’s considering joining? Or even you, who’s mulling gift memberships for your friends and family? It means you will gain free admission to not only our John Brown House Museum and Museum of Work & Culture, but also free admission to hundreds and hundreds of partner institutions across the country.
Starting immediately, all RIHS members will have access to the Time Travelers Reciprocal Program, an initiative of the Missouri History Museum. And new for 2016: General membership will also include RI Alliance status, which will include a rotating monthly schedule of participating museums in the area. For example, in March, our members can visit Slater Mill for free. In April, Coggeshall Farm Museum. Other local and regional museums taking part include the Hearthside House; the Blithewold Mansion, Garden, & Arboretum; and the Providence Children’s Museum. Their members and many others can visit our John Brown House Museum and the Museum of Work & Culture with free admission next November.
Questions? Contact Membership Officer Mary Lou Upham at 401-331-8575 x133 or email@example.com.