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Membership Levels

Individual – $65.00

  • Unlimited, free Museum admission for one year for one person
  • 10% discount in the Museum shop
  • Invitations to exclusive member events
  • Subscription to e-newsletter and all Museum mailings
  • Special member-only discount on Museum ticketed events
  • Opportunity to join the American History Book Club and Forum

Family – $95.00

  • Unlimited, free Museum admission for one year for immediate household and grandchildren under age 18 (up to 6 per visit)
  • 10% discount in Museum shop
  • Invitations to exclusive member events
  • Subscription to e-newsletter and all Museum mailings
  • Special member-only discount on Museum ticketed events
  • Opportunity to join the American History Book Club and Forum

Gift of Membership

To purchase memberships, please stop by or call the Museum at 864-467-3100. We want to ensure the gift card and membership information is sent promptly and properly.

Supporting Level Memberships

Each of the memberships below comes with the added benefit of free admission to hundreds of museums across the country through the North American Reciprocal Museum Program (NARM) and the Southeastern Reciprocal Museum Program (SERM). For a full listing of participating museums for each program, click below.

List of NARM Participating Museums

List of SERM Participating Museums

DICEY LANGSTON SPRINGFIELD SOCIETY

$165 Household Membership

  • Unlimited, free Museum admission for one year for immediate household and grandchildren under age 18
  • 10% discount in Museum shop
  • Invitations to exclusive member events
  • Subscription to e-newsletter and all Museum mailings
  • Special member-only discount on Museum ticketed events
  • Opportunity to join the American History Book Club and Forum
  • Two guest passes
  • Reciprocal membership privileges to over 500 participating museums outside Greenville County

Dicey Langston Springfield (b. Laurens District, 1766)

Inspired by love of family and country, Dicey Langston twice risked her life to confound Loyalists, once walking miles at night through swamps and creeks to warn her brother  of an attack  and once throwing herself between her aging father and Tory raiders, refusing to give them the information they sought.

DANIEL MORGAN SOCIETY

$275 Household Membership

  • Unlimited, free Museum admission for one year for immediate household and grandchildren under age 18
  • 15% discount in Museum shop
  • Invitations to exclusive member events
  • Subscription to e-newsletter and all Museum mailings
  • Special member-only discount on Museum ticketed events
  • Opportunity to join the American History Book Club and Forum
  • Two guest passes
  • Reciprocal membership privileges to over 500 participating museums outside Greenville County

Daniel Morgan (b. New Jersey, 1736)

Morgan joined the American Army at the start of the Revolutionary War and distinguished himself  in the early northern campaigns. His most memorable achievement was as hero of the Battle of Cowpens, in which he led a group of untrained militia and Continentals to victory over a superior British force.

VARDRY McBEE SOCIETY

$500 Household Membership

  • Unlimited, free Museum admission for one year for immediate household and grandchildren under age 18
  • Complimentary admission for up to four guests on each visit
  • 15% discount in Museum shop
  • Invitations to exclusive member events
  • Subscription to e-newsletter and all Museum mailings
  • Special member-only discount on Museum ticketed events
  • Opportunity to join the American History Book Club and Forum
  • Four guest passes
  • Reciprocal membership privileges to over 500 participating museums outside Greenville County

Vardy McBee (b. near present-day Gaffney, 1775)

Rightly called “the father of Greenville,” Vardry McBee was a determined and hard-working entrepreneur whose efforts in the mid-1800s turned Greenville into a center of commerce and culture.

RICHARD PEARIS SOCIETY

$1,000 Household Membership

  • Unlimited, free Museum admission for one year for immediate household and grandchildren under age 18
  • Complimentary admission for up to four guests on each visit
  • 15% discount in Museum shop
  • Invitations to exclusive member events
  • Subscription to e-newsletter and all Museum mailings
  • Special member-only discount on Museum ticketed events
  • Opportunity to join the American History Book Club and Forum
  • Four guest passes
  • Reciprocal membership privileges to over 500 participating museums outside Greenville County

Richard Pearis (b. Ireland, 1725)

A daring frontiersman and Indian trader, Richard Pearis was  one of the first European settlers to successfully acquire land, including present day Paris Mountain, in what was to become Greenville.

HATTIE LOGAN DUCKETT

$2,500 Household Membership

  • Unlimited, free Museum admission for one year for immediate household and grandchildren under age 18
  • Complimentary admission for up to four guests on each visit
  • 15% discount in Museum shop
  • Invitations to exclusive member events
  • Subscription to e-newsletter and all Museum mailings
  • Special member-only discount on Museum ticketed events
  • Opportunity to join the American History Book Club and Forum
  • Four guest passes
  • Reciprocal membership privileges to over 500 participating museums outside Greenville County

Hattie Logan Duckett (b. Greenville, 1896)

Driven by a passion for education, Hattie Logan Duckett went from teacher to community leader, founding the Phyllis Wheatley Center in 1919 at the age of 23. Mrs. Duckett worked for over 75 years for the advancement of education for African-American women and children, including her active participation in the desegregation of the Greenville County School District in 1970.