By becoming a Member of the National Justice Museum you can enjoy a range of benefits whilst supporting our charitable objectives to help young people gain practical understanding of the law and justice system and its related history, so that they can be inspired by their roles and responsibilities, to play an active role in society.
Becoming a Member of the National Justice Museum costs just £XX per year and benefits include:
- 20% discount on admission and tours
- 20% discount at adult education programmes and workshops
- 10% off at our Café and Gift Shops
- Invitations to exclusive exhibitions and Curator talks
- A regular Friends newsletter
To become a Member, please fill out the form below / contact <email>
Payments can be made as a lump sum or by monthly direct debit. You can also buy Membership as a gift with a flexible start date. Speak to us to find out more.
BECOME A PATRON
As a Patron you can enjoy all of the benefits listed above as well as further help us to provide enriching and inspiring learning experiences in our community. You will also receive free admission to the National Justice Museum throughout the year. Becoming a Patron costs from £100 and can be paid as a lump sum or by monthly direct debit.
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If you are interested in becoming a Patron and would like to discuss this further, please call Daisy Allsop on <number> or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BECOME A CHAMPION
We are also looking for Champions of the National Justice Museum who can really help us to inspire others and be an advocate for our cause. If this is something that you think you might be able to help us with, please contact Daisy Allsop on <number> or email email@example.com
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