Description

MEMBERSHIP LEVELS:
Strawbery Banke Museum members enjoy free museum admission, free or discounted or free admission to unforgettable signature events, discounts to unique talks and educational programs, and exclusive offers from a growing list of local shops, services, and restaurants! 

By becoming a member, you are helping to support the work of the museum and ensure the museum bustles with activities, events and special activities celebrating four centuries of American history! Memberships are valid for a full calendar year from the date of purchase.

Please fill out the required fields to fully complete online registration. Once the transaction is completed, a confirmation is sent to the email provided once payment is processed.  A membership card and materials will be mailed to the address provided. Those with questions or those experiencing technical difficulties, please contact Strawbery Banke at 603.422.7508 or membership [AT] sbmuseum.org.  

Individual - $50  

Companion - $75        

Family - $100       

Friend -$150    

Supporter - $300

Patron - $500

Benefactor  - $1000            

*Signature Events*
Baby Animals: Heritage Breeds at the Banke (April), An American Celebration (July), Ghosts on the Banke (October), & Candlelight Stroll (December)

Venue Details
Strawbery Banke Museum
14 Hancock Street, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 03801, United States
Strawbery Banke Museum, in the heart of historic downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire, is an authentic 10-acre outdoor history museum dedicated to bringing 300+ years of American history in the same waterfront neighborhood to life. The Museum is a place for children, adults, multigenerational families, and groups to gather to explore eight heritage gardens, 32 historic buildings, and traditional crafts, preservation programs, hands-on activities, the stories told by costumed role-players and the changing exhibits that offer hours of fun and discovery. The Museum's restored buildings and open space invite visitors to immerse themselves in the past, using objects from the museum's collection of 30,000 artifacts, and the histories of the families who lived and worked in the Puddle Dock neighborhood to engage, educate, and entertain.