Membership with Stanley-Whitman House
As a member of Stanley-Whitman House, you enjoy many benefits – program discounts, advance registration, an informative newsletter, and special events.
You also become part of a dynamic family of supporters who help make Stanley-Whitman House a vital and relevant institution. Membership helps make possible exceptional educational programs, and entertaining, informative events. Membership also helps maintain the museum, the collection and research library.
Members enjoy the collegiality that comes with being part of a well-respected, history-making institution. Membership packages are designed to meet many layers of desired involvement -- from basic to a variety of enhanced packages.
BASIC Membership Level
Basic membership includes:
- Free unlimited historic house tours
- An informative and entertaining quarterly newsletter
- Discounts on most programs
- Advance notice and registration for selected programs
- 10% discount in the gift shop, and
- Acknowledgement in the newsletter and annual report.
Members also enjoy free entry for tours at the Noah Webster House in West Hartford (www.noahwebsterhouse.org).
Enrolled student: $18
ENHANCED Membership Levels
Each of the following levels include the Basic membership benefits for the member’s entire family along with the enhancements:
Friend $75: Includes 2 complimentary house tour passes to give to friends, co-workers, clients, etc.
Patron $150: Includes the above plus 2 invitations to a Patron’s Evening with cocktails.
Patriot $500: Includes 2 complimentary house tour passes, plus an exclusive “Candlelight Tour” preview event, complete with a wine and cheese reception.
Founder $3000: Includes 2 complimentary house tour passes, plus 2 family memberships to give as gifts, plus a special Founder’s Evening, complete with an intimate candlelight dinner in the Tavern, featuring a colonial-inspired menu, followed by an open-hearth cooked dessert, and a special guest speaker.
Click here to download a Membership Application or to register online.
Stanley-Whitman House is supported in part by the Farmington Village Green and Library Association.