Membership


Friends of the Emily Dickinson Museum

'My friends are my "Estate”'

Join us in preserving Emily Dickinson’s vibrant poetic and material legacy by becoming a Friend.
$65 Annual membership dues provide the following benefits:

  • Unlimited free admission to the Museum

    • Individual: free admission on any regularly scheduled tour for the individual member and a guest
    • Household: free admission on any regularly scheduled tour for up to two adults and two children under 18
  • Annual Museum program calendar
  • “Emily’s E-Update” monthly electronic newsletter
  • 10% discount on Museum Shop purchases
  • Advance notice and free or reduced fees for Museum programs
  • Invitations to Friends Day, special events, previews
  • Two complimentary guest passes good for one-time admission on a regularly scheduled tour

Click here to JOIN ONLINE NOW!

Please also consider making a gift to the Annual Fund.


Educators Membership at the Emily Dickinson Museum

We're proud to offer complete member benefits at a reduced rate of $50 for current K-12 teachers, school administrators and staff, and homeschool parents. You'll enjoy all the regular benefits of belonging to the Emily Dickinson Museum plus an exclusive newsletter for teacher members only!

To join at the Educators rate, please download the membership form here. Complete the form and return with payment to: Emily Dickinson Museum,  280 Main St., Amherst, MA  01002, Attn: Educators Membership.


Joint Membership in the Emily Dickinson Museum AND the Emily Dickinson International Society

A $110 joint membership provides unlimited free admission to the Museum for the individual member and a guest on any regularly scheduled tour. In addition to the benefits of Museum membership, joint membership in EDIS offers:

  • annual subscription to The Emily Dickinson Journal
  • annual subscription to The Emily Dickinson International Society Bulletin
  • discounts on meetings of the Emily Dickinson Society
  • invitations to EDIS chapter events

Click here to sign up for a joint membership with the Emily Dickinson International Society

(you will be directed to the EDIS subscription page on the Johns Hopkins University Press website)