With more than 66,300 member households, the museum has one of largest membership bases among natural history museums.
DENVER―Aug. 11―The Denver Museum of Nature & Science announced today it has reached a record number of memberships. With more than 66,300 active member households as of July 31, the museum has earned one of the largest membership bases among natural history museums in the U.S.
“We’re privileged to have such a large family of members. We find that our community is inspired by our mission and the value of the programs and benefits we include with membership,” said Ashley Alexander, director of membership at the museum. “Members love the museum because they can learn something new, spend time with friends and family, and be entertained during every visit. We are so grateful for our members support in helping us set this new record.”
Museum membership offers these benefits:
- Free unlimited admission for one year
- Discounts on exhibitions, IMAX shows, lectures and children’s programs, and in the Museum Shops and T-Rex Cafe
- Invitations to exclusive members-only events and exhibition previews
- Quick service in the Members Lane at Ticketing
- One-year subscription to “Catalyst” magazine and monthly eNewsletter
- eCard to conveniently access your membership on your smart phone
- Admission to more than 330 science centers and museums worldwide
- Partial or full tax deduction
To purchase a museum membership, visit www.dmns.org/join.
About the Denver Museum of Nature & Science
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is the Rocky Mountain Region’s leading resource for informal science education. Our mission is to be catalyst and ignite the community’s passion for nature and science. The Museum envisions an empowered community that loves, understands, and protects our natural world. As such, a variety of engaging exhibits, discussions and activities help Museum visitors celebrate and understand the wonders of Colorado, Earth, and the universe. The Museum is located at 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver, CO, 80205. To learn more about the Museum, visit dmns.org, or call 303-370-6000. Many of the Museum’s educational programs and exhibits are made possible in part by the citizens of the seven-county metro area through the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District. Connect with the Museum on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.