Membership


The Delaware Museum of Nature & Science reopens in May 2022. 

Learn more about our membership programs and policies here

Please note: 

This is a new membership registration system. Your previous membership number will not work with this system. When registering here for the first time, choose "Log In" and click "Forgot your User ID or Password." Type in the email address associated with your membership, and click send. An email with your user name and a temporary password will be emailed to you. If you are unable to log in, contact Membership Manager Chela Weiler.


To join, renew, or purchase a gift membership, please choose from the following options. 

If this is a gift for someone else, please choose yes. If this is for your use, please choose no.

  • Select Membership Type Description Price
    Ten Two named adults plus eight others. Only one cardholder must be present. Six guest passes per year. 250.00
    Eight Two named adults plus six others. Only one cardholder must be present. Four guest passes per year. 200.00
    Six Two named adults plus four others. Only one cardholder must be present. Two guest passes per year. 150.00
    Four Two named adults plus two others. Only one cardholder must be present. 99.00
    Two Two named adults, only one cardholder must be present 60.00
    One One named adult 45.00
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Delaware Museum of Nature & Science
4840 Kennett Pike
Wilmington, DE 19807

302-658-9111
info@delmns.org

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