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Become a Member

Download our 2013 membership form.

Why become a member?

The Whistler Museum and Archives' vision is to become one of the leading institutions in the collection, preservation, documentation, and interpretation of mountain life. Your support will allow us to improve the current range of exhibits and education programs we offer while also creating more opportunities for community involvement.

Memberships can be purchased at the Museum or by mail.

Donations over $50 (separate from membership fee) will receive a Charitable Tax Receipt.

Basic Membership

  • $25.00 - Individual
  • $15.00 - Senior (65+)
  • $25.00 - Dual Senior (single address)
  • $40.00 - Family (up to 6 members)

Plus applicable taxes

    Basic Membership Benefits

    • Newsletters and invitations to special events
    • 10% discount in the Museum Gift Shop
    • Voting privileges at the Annual General Meeting
    • Volunteer opportunities

      Business/Corporate Memberships

      All levels of business/corporate memberships include the following:

      • Newsletters and invitations to special events
      • 10% discount in the Museum Gift Shop
      • Voting privileges at the Annual General Meeting
      • Volunteer opportunities

        Whistler Museum Open House

        February 6th, 2017
        To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the incorporation of the Whistler Museum & Archives Society we will be hosting an...Click here to read more detail about 'Whistler Museum Open House'

        Kids Après: Family Day

        February 6th, 2017
        Kids Après at the museum is back for Family Day this year!  Come by February 11 - 13 and 17 - 20 from 3 - 6pm ...Click here to read more detail about 'Kids Après: Family Day'

        Speaker Series: Manufacturing in the Mountains

        February 6th, 2017
        Our next Speaker Series event will take place Thursday, February 23.  We'll be welcoming Chris Prior to talk about th...Click here to read more detail about 'Speaker Series: Manufacturing in the Mountains'