Donor Discounts

Museums
  • American Folk Art Museum
    New York, NY
    212-595-9533

    10% off gift shop purchases with a valid WLIW Donor Discount card. Home to one of the finest collections of folk art and the work of contemporary self-taught artists from the US and abroad, the American Folk Art Museum presents exhibitions and programs that explore America’s artistic and cultural heritage.

  • Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum of New Jersey
    Teterboro, NJ
    201-288-6344

    One free admission with one full adult admission purchase. 10% discount in the museum shop. Our mission is to educate people of all ages about the state of New Jersey’s contribution to human flight over the past two centuries. We offer interactive exhibits for children of all ages as well as a large collection including actual aircraft, engines, models and other rare artifacts. Visit our website at www.njahof.org for more information.

     

  • Bard Graduate Center Gallery
    New York, NY
    212-501-3023

    15% off publications plus a complimentary BGC tote bag; $5 off public program tickets (limit 2 per program); $5 off Family Day admission. Present valid WLIW Donor Discount card.

    The Bard Graduate Center explores how objects and design—from ordinary things of daily life to exquisite works of decorative and fine art— have reflected human creativity, tastes, and values in cultures throughout the world. Changing exhibitions and related programming are presented year-round in our townhouse galleries just off Central Park West.

  • Brooklyn Children’s Museum
    Brooklyn, NY
    718-735-4400

    $1 off admission. Brooklyn Children’s Museum provides hands-on learning adventures in science, the arts and world cultures through innovative exhibitions, interactive programs and multicultural performances for families.

  • Bruce Museum
    Greenwich, CT
    203-869-0376

    2-for-1 admission. This jewel of a museum presents more than 12 changing exhibitions annually for visitors to explore art and science. Permanent galleries offer world-class minerals, natural science and environmental displays.

  • Children’s Museum of Manhattan
    New York, NY
    212-721-1234

    $1 off admission per person up to four people. An innovative learning space for families with children 0-10 encouraging social skills, self-expression and language development through hands-on exhibitions, art, music, storytelling and performances.

  • Fraunces Tavern® Museum
    New York, NY
    212-425-1778

    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
    845-236-3126

    Visit the Gomez Mill House and Dard Hunter Mill in the Hudson Valley.  Guided Tours Wed – Sun, April 17 – November 10, 2019.  The house, circa 1714 has been home to many families.  Built by Luis Moses Gomez, it is the oldest standing Jewish dwelling in America.  Wolfert Ecker added a second floor in 1772, and the kitchen wing was added in 1862 by a member of the important Armstrong family.  Dard Hunter built the operational mill in 1913, and activist Martha Gruening bought the house in 1918 planning to operate a school on the site.  WLIW Member card holders pay $5.00 admission and a 10% discount in the gift shop.  See gomez.org for details.

  • Greenwich Historical Society
    Cos Cob, CT
    203-869-6899

    2-for-1 admission; 10% museum store discount. Greenwich Historical Society operates the circa 1730 National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House, the home of Connecticut’s first American Impressionist art colony. Guided tours feature historic interiors and an American Impressionist art collection. Museum galleries present rotating history and art exhibitions in a separate building. Located at 47 Strickland Road. Walking distance from Cos Cob Metro-North station.

  • Guggenheim Museum
    New York, NY
    212-423-3500

    $3 off admission. Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece of modern architecture is home to one of the world’s finest collections of modern and contemporary art, plus intriguing special exhibitions. Please visit www.guggenheim.org/exhibitions for information about current exhibitions.

  • Heckscher Museum of Art
    Huntington, NY
    631-351-3250

    2-for-1 admission. 10% discount on first-time membership. Dynamic, changing exhibitions and programs for all ages. Featuring American and European art, the Museum is located in scenic Heckscher Park, 2 Prime Avenue Huntington. Visit Heckscher.org for exhibition and public program schedules.

  • Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
    New York, NY
    877-957-SHIP

    WLIW21 Members receive 20% off general admission to the Intrepid Museum. Must show WLIW21 Membercard at the box office and use code WLIW – 2019 to receive discount. Not to be combined with any other offer. Not valid towards group packages, memberships or special local pricing. Offer expires December 31, 2019. Explore history, science and service at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Walk the decks of the legendary aircraft carrier Intrepid, a National Historic Landmark, and see 28 aircraft, including the world's fastest military jet. Get an up-close look at the space shuttle Enterprise and British Airways Concorde, and enter Growler, the only guided missile submarine open to the public.

  • Katonah Museum of Art
    Katonah, NY
    914-232-9555

    $1 off admission per member. A non-collecting institution dedicated to the visual arts as a vital force for life-long learning. The diverse exhibition schedule transcends categories, highlighting artistic disciplines, cultures and historical periods. Amongst a stand of magnificent Norwegian spruce trees, the Sculpture Garden provides refuge and visual pleasure. The Katonah Museum also offers outdoor concerts, “artful” parties, international travels and trips to other museums and private collections.

  • Long Island Museum of American Art, History and Carriages
    Stony Brook, NY
    631–751–0066

    One complimentary admission with the purchase of one regular priced admission of equal or greater value. Three exhibition buildings featuring permanent and changing exhibits on American art and history, plus the largest collection of horse-drawn vehicles in the U.S.

  • Madame Tussauds New York
    New York, NY
    866-841-3505

    Contributors save $5 off on a Gold or Platinum ADULT admission! Present your WLIW21 Membercard and mention code THIRTEEN13. Cannot be combined with any other offer or advanced ticket purchases. Get your selfie sticks ready. Madame Tussauds New York in the heart of Times Square is the only place with no ropes or barriers holding you back from your FAVE stars! Voted as one of New York’s most unique attractions, Madame Tussauds invites you to pose “in a moment in time” with the world’s most iconic musicians, A-list stars, sports legends, world leaders and more. With over 85,000 square feet of interactive entertainment, including Mission: Undead 7D Experience and Marvel Super Hero 4D Experience, the world famous wax attraction is bigger and better than ever!

  • Montclair Art Museum
    Montclair, NJ
    973-746-5555

    Half-price regular admission. (No discount for special exhibitions with additional fees.)  10% store discount.  Renowned for a fine collection of American and Native American art.

  • Morris Museum
    Morristown, NJ
    973-971-3700

    2 for the price of 1 on Adult Admission. No discount in Museum Shop. One of New Jersey’s foremost museums featuring performances and exhibitions in the arts, sciences and history.

  • Museum of Arts and Design
    New York, NY
    212-299-7777

    $5 off standard admission. (Discount not applicable when admission is already reduced.)  General Admission: $16. Seniors: $14. Students: $12. Members: FREE. 18 and under: Free. Thursdays from 6:00PM to 9:00PM: Pay-What-You-Wish. The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) explores the value of making across all fields of contemporary creative practice. The museum focuses on the ways in which artists and designers transform the world around us, through processes ranging from the hand-made to the digital.

  • Museum of Chinese In America
    New York, NY
    855-955-6622

    2-for-1 Admission. The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) is dedicated to preserving and presenting the history, culture, and diverse experiences of people of Chinese descent in the United States through innovative exhibitions, as well as dynamic educational and public programs. MOCA is located at 215 Centre Street (btw. Howard and Grand Streets; one block north of Canal Street).

  • Museum of Early Trades & Crafts
    Madison, NJ
    973-377-2982

    2-for-1 admission; 10% gift shop discount.  Explore Early American history and technology with a focus on the lives of 18th- and 19th- century craftsmen and artisans.  Housed in a stunning Richardsonian Romanesque Revival building METC offers something for visitors of all ages.  Open Tuesday – Sunday.  Closed Sundays in July and August.

  • Museum of Jewish Heritage ­- A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
    New York, NY
    646-437-4202

    $2 off admission*; 15% off Pickman Museum Shop. *Admission discount is not applicable to special exhibition tickets. As New York’s Holocaust museum, the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust presents Jewish history utilizing personal objects and individual stories. Special exhibitions, dynamic programs, and Andy Goldsworthy’s Garden of Stones complete your visit.

  • Museum of the American Gangster
    New York, NY
    212-228-5736

    $5.00 off the $20 price of admission with a valid WLIW donor card. Located above the historic Theatre 80, a former prohibition-era speakeasy, The Museum of the American Gangster traces the history of organized crime in the U.S., from 1768 to the dawn of the 21st century, as a struggle between American moral certainty and liberty.

  • Museum of the City of New York
    New York, NY
    212-534-1672

    WLIW21 Members receive a 10% gift shop discount and a 20% discount on the following suggested admission prices: Adults $18. Seniors/Students: $12 with I.D. Self-guided student groups: $5 per person.  Ages 19 and under and Museum Members are free. The essential introduction to New York City, the Museum of the City of New York fosters understanding of the distinctive nature of urban life in the world’s most influential metropolis. The engaging exhibitions offer New Yorkers and visitors from around the world information about the city’s distinctive character, especially its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation.

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  • Nassau County Museum of Art
    Roslyn Harbor, NY
    516-484-9337

    2-for-1 admission; 10% gift shop and bookstore discount. Fine arts museum with rotating exhibitions in historic Gold Coast mansion. 145-acre property with Sculpture Park, walking trails, Formal Gardens, pinetum and rare specimen trees.

  • New Jersey State Museum Foundation
    Trenton, NJ
    609-292-6464

    Free admission; $5 off new memberships; 10% off gift shop purchases. $1 off Planetarium tickets (up to four per visit). The State Museum features collections, exhibitions and programs in science, history and art, plus a state-of-the-art planetarium. Discover inspiration, on display!

  • New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial and Vietnam Era Educational Center
    Holmdel, NJ
    732-335-0033 ext 108

    One free admission per visit for a WLIW Member with a valid WLIW Donor Discount card; 10% gift shop discount on purchases over $5. Timeline, oral history theater and resource center, help visitors understand the events that took place at home and abroad during this tumultuous time in history.

  • Newark Museum
    Newark, NJ
    973-596-6550

    2-for-1 admission. Founded in 1909 by John Cotton Dana, the Newark Museum is the largest Museum in New Jersey, and one of the most influential in America. It has more than 80 galleries of inspiration and exploration, educational offerings, innovative family experiences, special events and musical performances.

  • Rubin Museum of Art
    New York, NY
    212-620-5000

    $2 off admission. The Rubin Museum of Art is a space for mindful, cultural exchange. Through the lens of Asian, particularly Himalayan art, the Rubin explores our shared human experience—the ways we all think and react to the forces acting upon us in our present day.

  • Staten Island Children’s Museum
    Staten Island, NY
    718-273-2060

    $1 off admission for a WLIW donor and up to two guests. This hands-on museum, on the grounds of an 80-acre cultural center, encourages a child’s natural curiosity. Exhibits and workshops are based on themes in the arts, humanities, and sciences.

  • Staten Island Museum
    Staten Island, NY
    718-727-1135

    Present your membercard to enjoy 2-for-1 regular adult admission and 10% off in the Museum store. The Staten Island Museum presents diverse and engaging exhibits, events, and programs that explore the dynamic connections between natural science, art, and history.

  • The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
    Ridgefield, CT
    203-438-4519

    2-for-1 adult admission.  The Aldrich is the only museum in Connecticut devoted to contemporary art.  The Museum’s innovative and thought-provoking programs are designed to connect visitors of all ages to contemporary art through hands-on workshops, curator and artist led tours, “artful” parties, trips to other museums, performances, and more.  Please visit aldrichart.org for information about upcoming exhibitions and programs.

  • The Museum at Bethel Woods
    Bethel, NY
    866-781-2922 (Museum Information)

    $2.00 discount off regular museum admission for the 2019 season; not to be combined with any other offer; available at our box office only when guests show their WLIW donor discount card; 8 ticket limit per visit. The Museum at Bethel Woods, located at the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival in Bethel, NY tells the story of the Sixties and the Woodstock festival in an immersive multimedia exhibit featuring the sights, sounds and culture of the decade. Visit www.BethelWoodsCenter.org for information.

  • The Noguchi Museum
    Long Island City, NY
    718-204-7088

    Free admission for WLIW21 donor discount holder plus one guest. Founded in 1985 by Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988), one of the leading sculptors and designers of the twentieth century, The Noguchi Museum was the first museum in America to be established, designed, and installed by a living artist to show their own work. Widely viewed as among Noguchi's greatest achievements, the Museum comprises ten indoor galleries in a converted factory building, as well as an internationally acclaimed outdoor sculpture garden. The Museum exhibits a comprehensive selection of sculpture, models for public projects and gardens, dance sets, and Akari light sculptures, which highlight Noguchi's role as a category-defying, multicultural, cross-disciplinary innovator.

  • Ukrainian Museum
    New York, NY
    212-228-0110

    Complimentary admission to galleries for WLIW Donor Discount card holders (not valid for special event or course admission) during Museum hours: Wednesday thru Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Changing fine art, folk art, and historical exhibitions acquaint visitors with the beauty of traditional and contemporary Ukrainian culture, and events from Ukraine’s history, in this East Village institution. Experience unique cultural traditions such as embroidery, weaving, beading, pysanky (decorated egg-making), and holiday baking hands-on in our workshops and courses. Attend our dynamic programs: film presentations (from Ukraine w/English subtitles), concerts, lectures, and book launches. Gift shop on premises.