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Become a Member and Make a Difference!

Members matter at The Mount!  Your membership dollars support the preservation of the house, gardens, and grounds of a unique National Historic Landmark as well as a growing roster of exciting programs.

Purchase a membership today and receive free admission to the house and grounds for a year, a 10% discount at the Bookstore and Terrace Café, and special invitations and discounts for a variety of onsite programs.  Select a membership level below to learn more about the benefits of membership.

Memberships may be purchased online here.  You may also download our membership form (PDF file).

If you would like to make a contribution to The Mount in addition to or in lieu of purchasing a membership, please click here.

Remember: Youths under 18 are always admitted to The Mount free of charge!

For more information about membership, please call (413) 551-5112 or send an email to

Looking for a unique experience?  Consider a Library Tour Package!

Membership Levels

Individual Membership $50 (fully tax-deductible)

  • Unlimited admission to The Mount for one person
  • Seasonal mailing of events calendar
  • Invitations to programs and special events with discounted tickets
  • Member-only advance purchase option for our Summer Lecture Series
  • Free admission to Wharton on Wednesdays
  • 10% discount in The Bookstore at The Mount

Dual Membership $75 (fully tax-deductible)

  • All the benefits of individual membership, with unlimited admission to The Mount for two people

Friend Membership $125 ($105 is tax-deductible)

Sustainer Membership $250 ($230 is tax-deductible)

  • All the benefits of friend membership, plus unlimited admission to The Mount for four people and invitations to special events hosted by the executive director throughout the year

Sponsor Membership $500 ($460 is tax-deductible)

  • All the benefits of sustainer membership, with four guest passes per membership year, and a complimentary behind-the-scenes tour and lunch with the executive director





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