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Support us Patrons' Circle

Glasgow Museums Patrons’ Circle gives supporters exclusive access to our world famous collections.

The Glasgow Museums Patrons’ Circle is an opportunity for members to get involved in ensuring the longevity of our collections, whilst gaining a greater understanding of the work involved in doing so.

As a Patron you will have exclusive access to our world-famous collections and the opportunity to build a closer relationship with our team of museum professionals. 

Become a Patron today and you will enjoy a range of benefits including exclusive events, invitations to behind-the-scenes visits to our museums, discounts and free entry to paying exhibitions.

All donations will go directly towards supporting the important work carried out by Glasgow Museums.

Giving levels

Silver Membership

Annual Single £100 / Annual Joint £150

Free entry to all paying exhibitions

Invitation to one Patron Circle event for you and a guest

10% discount in all Glasgow Museums shops and cafés

Twice yearly supporters’ newsletter, Museum Voices

Acknowledgement in selected Glasgow Life publications including Museum Voices, Annual Review and on the Glasgow Life website

Gold Membership

Annual Single £250 / Annual Joint £300

All Silver Membership benefits

Plus: Invitations to all Patrons' Circle Events and Glasgow Museums previews (around 10 each year)

Platinum Membership

Annual Single £500 / Annual Joint £600

All Gold Membership benefits

Invitation to an annual dinner with the Head of Glasgow Museums and a private tour with a Glasgow Museums curator for you and up to four guests.

Plus: Invitations to all Patrons' Circle Events and Glasgow Museums previews (around 10 each year)

Being a Gold member gives us amazing access to most museums in Glasgow, plus we get to give something back!

Anna Smith

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum exterior