Peto Museum members receive many benefits with an active membership, including unlimited general admission, invitations to special events and discounts. Most importantly, however, members become an integral part of the tradition of supporting our historic buildings and the legacy of art and culture left in our care for future generations.


Become a valued member of the museum and enjoy these benefits:

  • John F. Peto Studio Museum Wallet Card (sustaining members only)
  • Free unlimited general admission for one year
  • Invitation to members-only exhibition viewings and receptions
  • Subscription to events calendar, and email reminders about upcoming events
  • Discounts on admissions to special programs, exhibition receptions and events

$60.00  (For One Adult)

FAMILY MEMBERSHIP $80.00  (For 2 Adults + accompanying children under 18)

SENIOR MEMBERSHIP $40.00  (For One Adult, 62+)

STUDENT/TEACHER MEMBERSHIP $40.00  (Must show valid teacher or student ID)



Your sustaining membership will ensure the permanency of the Museum and enable future exhibitions, lectures and community events as it continues to be one of America’s greatest studio museums. You may select a monthly giving level of $10, $15, $25, $50 or $100.

Giving Level

If you have any questions about membership, please email or call 732.929.4949 

Lifetime Membership

Lifetime museum membership with the Peto is offered for individuals and couples who wish to be an essential part of the museum for life.  A one-time payment of $1,000 for an individual or $1,500 for a couple will ensure that you receive all of the benefits of membership—including previews of shows, invitations to opening events, and free admission to exhibits—without the need to pay dues or to receive annual reminders.  Your generous support is critical to enabling the Museum to continue its mission of preserving the legacy of John F. Peto.  It will also help us to provide popular educational programs in the arts.  Funds received from the membership allow the Museum to offer world-class art viewing, educational art classes, and outstanding community programs.  For more information, please contact Amanda, the Museum’s Director of Administration, at 732-929-4949.