NARM: Washington Reciprocal Museums

The North American Reciprocal Museum Membership Program by the (NARM) Association allows you to access reciprocal benefits at almost 1100 member institutions around the United States, Canada, and Beyond!

It is THE most extensive list of reciprocating museums and organizations available, allowing your family to enjoy countless opportunities to learn about art, culture, history, anthropology, and SO much more!

In most instances, your benefits allow you to take advantage of FREE admission. However, there are exceptions, including geographic exclusions; special programming that may require additional ticket purchases; and party size limitations.

Please, use our list for informational purposes, but be sure to do your own research directly with the institutions that interest you to understand the benefits you will receive upon showing your NARM membership card, as well as how many people in your family may receive those benefits.

The North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association® is one of the largest reciprocal membership programs in the world with members in the United States, Bermuda, Canada, El Salvador and Mexico!

NARM has over 1,000 arts, cultural, and historical institutions along with botanical gardens, children’s museums, science and technology centers and more that offer their individual NARM qualified members reciprocal benefits.

Members from one of the North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association® member institutions listed below, who present a current membership card validated with accepted NARM identification, are entitled to the following privileges at participating institutions:

• Free/member admission during regular museum hours

• Member discounts at museum shops

• Member discounts on concert/lecture tickets.

Guests are not included unless they present a current membership card validated with accepted NARM identification. NOTE: Some museums restrict benefits. Please see the end notes at the bottom for more information. ‘Family’ benefits are defined by each participating institution. It is always advisable to contact the institution prior to your visit to avoid any confusion. For questions about the North American Reciprocal Program please contact your institution’s membership department.


  • List subject to change without notice.
  • Museums may temporarily suspend reciprocal program during special exhibitions.
  • Call before you go.  Some museums do not honor NARM benefits from other local museums. There ARE geographic restrictions between certain locations within a reasonable distance from each other. There ARE other exclusions. Also, verify your party size covered by your membership, versus the number of people who may be covered by the free admission when you are visiting.

Step 1: Check out our list below for informational purposes! Click on the Attraction Name for more details about the Museum, or click on the City / State to find other AWESOME family-friendly activities in that area!

Step 2: Make sure you get the official scoop by reading through the Official NARM Reciprocal Membership Program details here!

Step 3: Support YOUR local, participating NARM-affiliated Museum by purchasing a Membership Package!

Step 4: Get your Official NARM-affiliated Reciprocal Membership Card and prepare to bring it, along with your photo ID, when you travel!

Step 5: Don’t forget to call ahead to ensure the Museum you’d like to visit is still currently and actively offering free admission to members of this program. Rules and participation can and will change throughout the year!

Step 6: ENJOY!

NARM Reciprocal Washington Locations

Bainbridge Island, WABainbridge Island Historical Museum
Bainbridge Island, WABainbridge Island Museum of Art
Bellevue, WABellevue Arts Museum
Bellingham, WAWhatcom Museum
Bremerton, WAKitsap History Museum
Coupeville, WACoupeville Arts Center
Edmonds, WACascadia Art Museum
Ellensburg, WAGallery One Visual Arts Center
Everett, WASchack Art Center
Federal Way, WAPacific Bonsai Museum
Friday Harbor, WASan Juan Islands Museum of Art (IMA)
Gig Harbor, WAHarbor History Museum
Goldendale, WAMaryhill Museum of Art
Ilwaco, WAColumbia Pacific Heritage Museum
Kelso, WACowlitz County Historical Museum
La Conner, WAMuseum of Northwest Art
La Conner, WAPacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum
Lynden, WAJansen Art Center
Port Angeles, WAPort Angeles Fine Arts Center
Port Orchard, WASidney Museum and Arts Association
Port Townsend, WAJefferson Museum of Art & History
Pullman, WAJordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU
Richland, WAREACH Museum
Seattle, WABurke Museum of Natural History and Culture
Seattle, WADunn Gardens
Seattle, WAFrye Art Museum
Seattle, WAHenry Art Gallery
Seattle, WAHolocaust Center for Humanity
Seattle, WAMuseum of History and Industry (MOHAI)
Seattle, WANordic Museum
Seattle, WANorthwest African American Museum
Seattle, WAWing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
Spokane, WANorthwest Museum of Arts & Culture
Stevenson, WAColumbia Gorge Interpretive Center
Tacoma, WAChildren’s Museum of Tacoma
Tacoma, WAFoss Waterway Seaport
Tacoma, WALeMay – America’s Car Museum
Tacoma, WAMuseum of Glass
Tacoma, WATacoma Art Museum
Twisp, WAConfluence Gallery and Art Center
Vancouver, WAClark County Historical Museum
Vashon, WAVashon-Maury Island Heritage Association
Walla Walla, WAKirkman House Museum
Wenatchee, WAWenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center
Yakima, WAYakima Valley Museum & Historical Society


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Washington D.C.

Georgia Museum of Art / University of Georgia – Athens, GA


We do everything we can to ensure all information provided is current and up-to-date, but details, rules, policies, conditions, schedules, prices, and participation can and do change regularly, and you should ALWAYS contact or consult with each individual attraction to ensure the latest accuracy of details pertinent to your family’s travel needs.

We always do our best, but we cannot be responsible for changes or updates issued by the locations themselves. 

Thanks for understanding!

Travel safely!

And have fun!