A gift to your community
People often call to ask how much the McMullen Museum charges for admission and are surprised to hear that the McMullen Museum is free. "All the time?" Yes, the Museum offers such exhibitions as Saints and Sinners: Caravaggio and the Baroque Image and Edvard Munch: Psyche, Symbol and Expression to the public free of charge. Anyone can come to the McMullen Museum and encounter stunning beauty, enjoy the challenges of great artworks, and learn about the most recent developments in the study of art and culture.
None of this would be possible without the generosity of visitors like you. If you enjoy your experience at the McMullen Museum, please consider making a donation or giving a loved one the gift of a membership to the McMullen Museum. The Museum needs your support to continue to offer the cultural treasures of our world and the insights of leading scholars to everyone, free of charge.
Friends of the McMullen Museum
Friends provide vital support for exhibitions and programs of the McMullen Museum. Friends receive invitations to openings for each exhibition and the biannual newsletter with listings of upcoming exhibitions, lectures, symposia, concerts, and films.
Patrons of the McMullen Museum
Patrons of the McMullen Museum represent the single most important source of annual income to the Museum for support of exhibitions and their accompanying scholarly catalogues. In addition to the benefits of Friends, Patrons are invited to special previews of exhibitions and other special events throughout the year, specifically designed to bring Patrons closer to the Museum, its mission, and the faculty research that generated each exhibition. Patrons at higher levels receive more individualized opportunities to connect with the Museum.
How to make a donation
Checks should be made out to "Friends of the McMullen Museum"
Thank you for supporting the McMullen Museum of Art
A dynamic educational resource for all of New England