In keeping with our legacy of hospitality and engagement, Longue Vue memberships are designed to share and named for creative leaders from our history. Choose your level and bring a friend.

All memberships include these benefits:

• Year-round gardens admission for you and a guest

• 10% discount in Museum Store and Garden Cafe

• Special member pricing for most programs (discounts for children’s programing for Emma level members and above)

• Invitations to member-only events for you and a guest

• Reciprocal admission to hundreds of botanical gardens nationwide, through the American Horticultural Society

The Carrie – $100

Named for Caroline Dormon, the early environmentalist and U.S. Forestry Service ranger who curated the plantings in the Wild Garden, in partnership with Ellen Shipman and Edith Stern.

Benefits as listed above.

The Ellen – $150

Named for Ellen Biddle Shipman, pioneering landscape architect and entrepreneurial leader who designed Longue Vue’s gardens and house interiors.

All benefits of The Carrie, plus:

• Tours of the house interiors for you and a guest

The Emma – $200

Named for Emma Brown, head cook at Longue Vue for 40+ years and a leader among the core property staff.

All benefits of The Ellen, plus:

• Behind-the scenes Curator Tours, offered quarterly, for you and one guest (pre-registration required)

• Special member pricing on children’s programs

The Edith – $250

A family-level membership named for Longue Vue matriarch Edith Stern, who hosted guests from around the world, opened the gardens to the public in 1968, and bequeathed the property as a community resource in 1980.

All benefits of The Emma, plus:

• Year-round garden admission for you and three (3) guests, plus accompanying children under 12

• Tours of the house interiors for you and three (3) guests, plus children under 12

• Behind-the scenes Curator Tours, offered quarterly, for you and one guest (pre-registration required)

• Special member pricing on children’s programs and rentals

• 10% discount in Museum Store and Garden Cafe

• Reciprocal admission to museum and cultural institutions across the U.S. through the NARM program

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SUSTAINING MEMBERSHIPS

Sustaining members access enhanced benefits and support our mission and institutional sustainability. Among your benefits is reciprocal admission to over 900 museums in the North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association, plus customized benefits at the Curator, Cultivator, Horticulturist, and Designer levels. Click here for a listing of participating NARM museums and contact membership@longuevue.com to discuss the best membership level for you.