What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
$39 for a one-year Active membership (good for two people) ($75 value)
$69 for a two-year Active membership (good for two people) ($150 value)
- Unlimited free admission for two adults
- Unlimited free entry to special exhibitions
- Members-only exhibition preview days
- Members’ priority entry
- Subscription to Asian, the members’ magazine
- Discounts at the Museum Store, ticketed museum events, programs, and classes
$59 for a one-year Family Rhino Club membership ($125 value)
$99 for a two-year Family Rhino Club membership ($250 value)
- All Active membership benefits for two people, plus:
- Free admission for all kids in your family under the age of 18
- An Explorer’s Backpack filled with activity guides to use at the museum
- A Kid’s Passport, which gets stamped each visit
- Guest pass to share with a caregiver or grandparent
- The Family E-news, highlighting great family programs at the museum
Learn more here.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Membership expires 12 months from date of purchase. Must provide shipping address, email, and full name at checkout which will be shared to facilitate shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Asian Art Museum
Described as "the largest collection of Asian art in the United States" by Frommer's, the Asian Art Museum helps guests understand the cultural connections between works of art from countries such as China, Turkey, India, and the Philippines.
- Size: 31 gallery spaces display select items from the museum's 18,000-piece collection of antique and contemporary art and cultural artifacts
- Eye Catcher: gilded bronze sculpture of a seated Buddha dated back to the Later Zhao Dynasty, making it the oldest known Chinese Buddha sculpture in the world
- Permanent Mainstay: a ritual vessel in the shape of a rhinoceros represents one of the few surviving artifacts from China's Bronze Age that was created to resemble an entire animal
- Don't Miss: the new special exhibition Roads of Arabia: Archaeology and History of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which features 200 recently excavated artifacts including stone tools dating back more than a million years
- From the Press: the San Francisco Chronicle hailed the Asian Art Museum's collection as "the city's greatest cultural asset."