Driehaus Society $4000

Tax deductibility: $3,000

  • Listing on Driehaus Museum website as donor and/or member (optional)

Member Benefits

  • Annual from date of gift
  • Unlimited complimentary annual admission for two cardholders and four guests
  • 20 guest passes
  • 15% Museum Store Discount
  • Advance notice of public programs and discount of selected programs
  • Invitations for four to member-only programs and events including VIP exhibition preview receptions
  • Two-for-one tickets for Chicago Architecture Foundation walking tours
  • Reciprocal admission for cardholders to over 100 museums across the country for two people through the NARM and ROAM
  • Two complimentary private group tours for up to 15 people, by appointment
  • Two copies of a Driehaus Museum exhibition companion book

Special Event Privileges* (Optional)

  • Private one-time use of Museum for an Evening Event (Thursday-Saturday) or multiple Evening Events (Sunday-Wednesday) including the marble-clad Main Hall and historic Ballroom plus guest access to the first floor period rooms and second and third floor exhibition galleries.
  • Complimentary event planning by the Museum’s exclusive event partner and caterer Parties & Special Events by Lettuce Entertain You.
  • Museum Event Coordinator to assist with event.
  • Expert Museum Guides available to interact with your guests informally or through short guided experiences.
  • Special Museum Store discount for guest gifts. 20% discount on bulk orders of 10 or more of the same item. (Optional)
  • Museum Store available for guests during event with special discount. (Optional)

*Venue fee, catering, decor, and other event-related costs are additional.


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Photo by Steve Hall of Hedrich Blessing for the Richard H. Driehaus Museum.

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