Donor Discounts

Historic Sites
  • Bush-Holley Historic Site
    Cos Cob, CT

    2-for-1 admission; 10% gift shop discount. Located on historic Cos Cob Harbor, the circa 1730 National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House, is the home of Connecticut’s first American Impressionist art colony. Guided tours feature historic interiors and an American Impressionist art collection.  Included in admission, the Storehouse Gallery presents rotating history and art exhibitions. Walking distance from Cos Cob Metro-North station.

  • Fraunces Tavern® Museum
    New York, NY

    2-for-1 admission. Fraunces Tavern® Museum is the only NYC museum dedicated to preserving the history of America’s fight for independence. The Museum has nine galleries, a historic artifact collection of nearly 8,000 pieces, and family friendly pricing. Visitors can see personal effects of Revolutionary War spies, learn the history of the American Flag, and tour the Long Room where George Washington bade farewell to his officers at the close of the American Revolution. Come walk the rooms that inspired America's founding.

  • Gomez Mill House
    Marlboro, NY

    Visit the Gomez Mill House, the oldest standing Jewish dwelling in America. Free admission for all guests on opening day, Sunday, April 16th. Open Wednesday -Sunday, April 16—November 12. WLIW Donor Discount card holders receive special admissions of $5.00 and a 10% discount in the gift shop. Museum and Historic Site built in 1714 by Luis Moses Gomez; home to Revolutionary Patriots; gentleman farmers; artisan/paper historian Dard Hunter; and social activists. Visit for details.

  • Historic Richmond Town
    Staten Island, NY

    2-for-1 regular village admission; 2-for-1 regular admission for each show in our Tavern Concert series (January through April; two shows every Saturday evening); a 1-year complimentary Family Membership to Historic Richmond Town. (New members only. Must call 718-351-1611, ext. 280 to receive benefit.) Historic Richmond Town is New York City’s living history village and museum complex. Visitors are encouraged to explore the American experience from the 17th century until today as they walk through one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods and interact with its many historical interpreters. Visit for special events and programs throughout the year.

  • Liberty Hall Museum
    Union, NJ

    2-for-1 adult admission. Built in 1772 by William Livingston, the first elected governor of New Jersey, this 23-acre estate with a fifty room fully furnished mansion was lived in by seven generations of the Livingston/Kean family until 1995. Open from April - December, Monday - Saturday; Open by appointment only from January - March. Liberty Hall hosts monthly special events, many geared for children and their families, the museum traces two hundred years of American history.  Enjoy afternoon tea the second and fourth Wednesday of the month.

  • Lower East Side Tenement Museum
    New York, NY

    Present your WLIW Donor Discount Card to receive 10% off any Museum tour. Presents the history of urban immigrant life on New York City’s Lower East Side through guided tours of a partially restored 1863 tenement, area walking tours, film presentations, and evening Tenement Talks.

  • Macculloch Hall Historical Museum
    Morristown, NJ
    973-538-2404 ext. 11

    Enjoy up to 4 admissions at 50% off the regular price. A Federal style brick mansion built in 1810 set in a two-acre garden. Now a historic house museum, Macculloch Hall features 9 period rooms, two exhibition galleries, and the largest collection of work by American political cartoonist Thomas Nast (1840-1902). Museum hours: Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 1pm- 4pm and by appointment Sunday-Friday for group tours larger than 7 people.

  • Museum Village
    Monroe, NY

    $3 off admission; 20% off gift shop purchases of $25 or more. Museum Village is a living history museum preserving a vast collection of eclectic, 19th century artifacts for educational purposes. Our exhibits and live interpretations illustrate the transition from a rural to an industrial culture and economy in America, provoking thought and discussion about history.

  • The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms
    Morris Plains, NJ

    50% off general admission; 10% off in gift shop. This National Historic Landmark is the 30 acre park-like country estate of designer Gustav Stickley. A massive log house, which was the Stickley family home, is one of the most significant buildings of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Open Thursday-Sunday year-round as a historic house museum.