Individual & Family Membership

Becoming a member at the Greensboro History Museum provides great benefits and privileges – our twice-a-month eNews emailed to your desktop; our ROAR newsletter delivered to your doorstep; early notice of Museum events; special invitations to members-only events; discounts and special sale days at the Museum Shop. Of course, admission and parking are free. Your membership also includes a variety of benefits at over 100 historical organizations and museums nationwide through the Time Travelers network.

With a membership in the Belle Meade Society (Sustainer, Patron or Benefactor) get Society-only invitations and a yearly subscription to Smithsonian Magazine.

More important, members’ fees support our artifact conservation, collections and archives, research and our education programs. We appreciate your support!

Matching Gifts

Stretch the impact of your contribution to the Greensboro History Museum by participating in a matching gift program through your employer – they may match your gift with an equal or higher amount.

Membership Online

Please consider joining in one of our categories listed below.

Individual and Family Memberships
Exclusive members-only events; Priority reservations for museum events; 10% museum discount; Special Museum Shop sale days; Newsletter and eblasts; TIme Travelers and Smithsonian Affiliates Benefit Program; Membership benefits extend to one individual
$30 - $49
All of the above plus benefits extend to two
$50 - $99
All of the above
$100 - $249
Belle Meade Society; All of the above plus: Membership benefits extend to four; Invitation to Belle Meade Society Annual Program and Social
$250 - $499
Belle Meade Society; All of the above plus: Private behind the scenes tour with a curator
$500 - $999
Belle Meade Society; All of the above plus: the gift of history to your community
$1,000 and above

The museum encourages businesses to become members through our Corporate Giving plans.

Discover and learn at the Greensboro Historical Museum

Discover and learn at the Greensboro History Museum