You are invited to join a community of people finding inspiration in our state’s heritage. Membership support is the foundation of Connecticut Landmarks and your gateway to exploring Connecticut history. Experience the richness of all of our historic properties as often as you wish; choose from more than 85 programs, special events, and behind-the-scenes tours each season; and enjoy discounts on program tickets and in our museum stores. Your membership helps Connecticut Landmarks remain an integral part of our communities, opening our doors to thousands of school children and visitors from around the world. Please join us and become a Connecticut Landmarks member today.

We’ve Gone Digital!

For 2024, we will be issuing eco-friendly, digital membership cards.

Your digital membership card will be sent to the email address provided during registration. The card can be downloaded to Apple Wallet, Google Pay, downloaded onto your device, or printed from your computer. Physical membership cards can be sent by request only.

Membership Categories

Individual Membership $40

  • Admission to CTL’s six historic properties (Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden, Butler-McCook House & Garden, Hempsted Houses, Isham-Terry House, Nathan Hale Homestead, Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden – plus discounted admission for Palmer-Warner House tours)
  • Free subscription to CTL’s print and online media
  • 10% discount in all of CTL’s museum shops
  • Discount on a subscription to Connecticut Explored, the magazine of Connecticut history

Dual Membership $55

  • Benefits of Individual Membership for two adults

Family Membership $75

  • Benefits of Individual Membership for two adults and up to four children

Contributing Membership $125

  • Our best value – now with reciprocal benefits!
  • Benefits of the Family Membership, plus
  • Two guest admission passes to share with friends
  • Free subscription to Connecticut Explored, the magazine of Connecticut history (contact the administrative offices to redeem this offer)
  • Includes North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association® membership! Examples of participating sites include the Wadsworth Atheneum, The Connecticut Museum of Culture and History, Mark Twain House, New Britain Museum of American Art, Springfield Museums, and the many Historic New England properties. Learn more about NARM benefits here.

Preservation Membership $250

  • Benefits of a Contributing Membership, plus
  • By-appointment behind-the-scenes curator tours

Learn more about NARM benefits here.

NARM Membership FAQs

What is NARM?

The North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM) is a network of 1000+ cultural institutions across North America connecting people to history, arts, science, children’s museums, botanical gardens, and more.

A NARM level membership means that you’re supporting your favorite cultural institution (such as Connecticut Landmarks!) while also receiving select membership benefits at all participating NARM institutions.

What are NARM benefits?

  • Free/members admission prices
  • Discounts in our museum stores and on ticketed events
  • Access to the NARM map where you can find an institution to visit filtered by location or institute type

Please note that some restrictions may apply, as reciprocal benefits vary by institution. Be sure to contact the institution in advance to find out about their specific reciprocal benefits.

How do you use your NARM membership?

Purchase a Connecticut Landmarks membership at the Contributing Level or above. Your digital membership card will be emailed to you using the email provided upon purchase.

Present your current Connecticut Landmarks membership card validated with a NARM sticker to any participating NARM institution.

Planning a Trip?

Visit to view participating institutions.