Driehaus Society

Nautilus shell centerpiece lamp (detail), 1904-15. Tiffany Studios (American, 1902-1932). Glass, mother of pearl inlay, gilt bronze base. Photo by Steve Hall of Hedrich Blessing for the Richard H. Driehaus Museum.

With a $2,500 membership, Driehaus Society members receive:

  • Private tour and lunch for two members and two guests with the Driehaus Museum Director
  • Unlimited admission to the Museum and special exhibitions for two people
  • 10 guest passes
  • 15% discount on Museum event rentals
  • Discounted guest tickets for special events
  • Invitation to Nickerson Circle and Driehaus Society event for two people
  • Complimentary Individual or Future Preservationist gift membership
  • Copy of the Driehaus Museum book, An American Palace: Chicago’s Samuel M. Nickerson House
  • VIP advance program registration for Museum programs and special events
  • 4 complimentary passes to visit the Glessner House Museum
  • Special Privileges through the Driehaus Neighborhood Dining Partnership
  • Reciprocal admission to over 100 museums across the country for two people (through the North American Reciprocal Museum Program)
  • Recognition as a donor on Driehaus Museum website
  • Invitations to members-only events
  • Discounts on select Museum programs
  • 10% discount on Driehaus Museum store merchandise
  • Reciprocal Benefit with Chicago Architecture Foundation (Buy One, Get One Free Walking Tour)

*For information regarding addition membership levels above $2,500, please contact the Driehaus Museum Membership Office at 312 482 8933, ext. 39 or email membership@driehausmuseum.org.

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Exhibitions

Dressing Downton™: Changing Fashion for Changing Times

Opening February 9, 2016, Dressing Downton™: Changing Fashion for Changing Times features more than 35 costumes from the popular British television series Downton Abbey®. The award-winning costumes use original fabrics and embellishments from the early 20th century, while others are re-created from old photographs, paintings, patterns, and magazine pictures. The exhibition offers an immersive new perspective on the show’s most memorable characters, both upstairs and down, while chronicling the great changes taking place in Britain during the tumultuous early 20th century.


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News

January 27, 2016
Winner of the 2016 Driehaus Prize Announced

Scott Merrill has been awarded this year's Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Architecture Read more

January 04, 2016
Book Your Tea Experience Today

Compliment your visit to the special exhibition Dressing Downton™: Changing Fashion for Changing Times with a unique tea experience. Read more