The North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) program is an association of arts and cultural institutions in Bermuda, Canada, El Salvador, Mexico and the United States which offers select benefits of membership to each others qualifying members. On this website you can find the NARM Guidelines, official lists of NARM institutions and instructions on how to enroll in the program.
NARM currently has 534 member institutions!
NARM provides Patron Members of SMAA with the following privileges at participating museums: Free/member admission during regular museum hours, member discounts at museum shops, and discounts on concert/lecture tickets. Guests are not included unless they present a current membership card validated by the gold North American Reciprocal sticker. Some museums restrict benefits and 'Family' benefits are defined by each participating institution. Please see notes at the bottom of the list of participating museums for more information or contact the institution prior to your visit to avoid any confusion. The list of participating museums is updated quarterly. Locally, you would have access to the following participating museums:
|Bellevue||Bellevue Arts Museum|
|Everett||Schack Art Center|
|Goldendale||Maryhill Museum of Art|
|Kirkland||Kirkland Arts Center|
|Port Orchard||Sidney Museum and Art Gallery and Log Cabin Museum|
|Seattle||Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture|
|Seattle||Experience Music Project|
|Seattle||Henry Art Gallery|
|Seattle||Northwest African American Museum|
|Seattle||Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience|
|Spokane||Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture|
|Stevenson||Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center|
|Tacoma||Children’s Museum of Tacoma|
|Tacoma||#Museum of Glass|
|Tacoma||Tacoma Art Museum|
# Reciprocal privileges are not extended between the Museum of Glass and Tacoma Art Museum.