Corporate Membership

Become a corporate member and enjoy many special perks that connect your employees to the Museum and reward them for a job well done. Corporate membership includes Museum, IMAX, and Planetarium passes and other benefits.

 

Nothing Bronze
$2500
Silver
$5000
Gold
$10,000
Platinum
$15,000
Complimentary General Admission Tickets (Does not include ticketed exhibitions) 25 50 100 150
Complimentary Phipps IMAX Theater passes 25 50 100 150
Complimentary Gates Planetarium passes 25 50 100 150
20% employee discount on memberships Yes Yes Yes Yes
Recognition in the Denver Business Journal and the Museum's Annual Report and Annual Donor Panel Yes Yes Yes Yes
Website Recognition Yes Yes Yes Yes
Complimentary Executive Membership(s)* None 1 2 3
Corporate Member Days passes per event** None 50 100 150
Discount on private use of the Museum None 25% 50% 75%
Discount for additional events during the year None 15% 20% 25%
Private behind-the-scenes tour with a curator*** No No No Yes


* Your executives will receive invitations to special events and a Family Plus Membership

** On this special day your employees and their families share in the fun at the Museum with free general admission to the Museum and either an IMAX film or Planetarium show. Each pass allows for four guests in total.

*** A private viewing of the Museum collections, exclusive artifacts, and areas not available to the general public (group of 20 or less)

 

Download the enrollment form (PDF | 86KB).


Contact:

Development Office
303.370.6319

 

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