ABM Guild Membership 2023

Become a member of ABM’s Museum Guild

Members of the ABM Museum Guild are essential partners in telling the story of the book. Your purchase or renewal of an annual membership allows the only bookbinding museum in North America to preserve the history of western bookbinding and offer mission-driven programming and exhibits throughout the year. Review the Guild levels below to find your ideal member level and click “Become a Member” to complete your purchase!

Questions about becoming a member? Contact Sarah Emery, Development Manager, at membership@bookbindersmuseum.org.

All ABM Guild Members receive:

  • 10% off gift shop purchases all year
  • Advance notice of events, programs, and exhibits

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Member Levels

Book Lover – $25 ($10 TAX-DEDUCTIBLE)

  • One Admission Ticket
Book Lover

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Apprentice – $50 ($27 TAX-DEDUCTIBLE) 

  • One admission ticket
  • 10% off group docent tour (5+ people)
  • An ABM foldable tote bag
Apprentice

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Journeyman – $100 ($55 TAX-DEDUCTIBLE)                                                    

  • Two admission tickets
  • 10% off group docent tour (5+ people)
  • An ABM work apron (with pockets!)
Journeyman

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Master – $250 ($175 TAX-DEDUCTIBLE)                                                                    

  • Free admission year round for member
  • 10% off group docent tour (5+ people)
  • Free youth admission (under the age of 17)
  • An ABM fleece blanket
Master

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Grand Master – $500 ($375 TAX-DEDUCTIBLE)                                          

  • Free admission year round for member
  • 10% off group docent tour (5+ people)
  • Free youth admission (under the age of 17)
  • An ABM fleece blanket
  • An ABM foldable tote bag
  • An ABM work apron
  • A copy of The Book by Keith Houston
Grand Master
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