- More than 11,000 permanent pieces
- Constantly changing exhibitions
- Many family-friendly activities
- Includes discounts and perks
About This Deal
Click above to buy this Groupon for a family membership. Click on the links below for other membership options.
- Buy here for a dual membership for $45 ($90 Value)
- Buy here for an individual membership for $32 ($65 Value)
Upon viewing Titian’s Assumption of the Virgin, Michelangelo famously remarked, “I assume he’s the virgin.” With today’s Groupon, experience the vicarious thrill of a good artistic rivalry with a one-year membership to the High Museum of Art in Midtown. Get a family or dual membership for $45 (a $90 value), or an individual membership for $32 (a $65 value). Redeem your Groupon within 30 days of today and your membership will arrive by mail within three weeks (you can use your order confirmation for temporary admission while you wait for the delivery). If you’re already a member of the museum, you can use today’s deal to extend your membership for another year.
All memberships receive the same set of core benefits, including access to collections, special exhibits, various discounts, and many more perks that can be found here. The individual membership includes full benefits for one—ideal for an enthusiast that likes to soak up the sights solo or a superhero who works best without a sidekick. The dual membership covers a couple, two friends, or local pen pals and also comes with two complimentary one-time guest passes. The family membership covers two adults and all of their children or grandchildren under 17 and includes access to special family programs and workshops.
The High features a permanent collection of more than 11,000 masterpieces spanning multiple centuries and genres alongside constantly changing exhibitions including the upcoming Dalí: The Late Work which is the first and only collection focusing on Dalí’s art post-1940. Starting March 21, The Allure of the Automobile exhibition rolls into town to tell the stories behind 18 iconic automobiles such as Herbie, the first Transformer.
Bring in the family during Studio Spring Break (April 6-10), where kids can drop by the Greene Family Education Center to do some hands-on crafting. There is always some sort of non-robotic family fun going on, so check the schedule for upcoming programs. Events include Friday Jazz, which takes place the third Friday of every month and features renowned jazz musicians laying down a smooth soundtrack to match the museum’s artful eye candy.
Frommer’s recommends High Museum of Art, and 10Best.com lists it as one of the top attractions in Atlanta: > * The High’s $130-million, three-building expansion truly brought the museum to world-class status. The additions include more gallery space for the museum’s permanent collection, enlarged special-exhibit space, a coffee bar, and a new retail shop. Not to be overshadowed, the original facility – designed by architect Richard Meier and part of the Woodruff Arts Center complex – is itself a work of art. – Frommer’s
Yelpers give High Museum of Art a solid four stars, while Citysearchers and Yahoo! Travelers alike award it a near-perfect 4.5: > * First and foremost let me say the staff was very friendly and willing to help with directions to exhibits, not like some museums where you feel like they’re watching over your shoulder waiting for you to do something wrong. – John D., Yahoo! Travel > * The architectural space is marvelous and the collection is diverse…The collection has something for everyone. – A Yahoo! Contributor, 05/11/08 > * Bringing in collections from the Louvre, works from Di Vinci [sic], Monet, and all the other big boys along with local artists making a splash, the High is a wonderful place to cash in on once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to engage in history and art. – ryansims, Citysearch
About High Museum of Art Atlanta
As the leading art museum in the southeastern U.S., the High Museum of Art boasts a vast permanent collection of over 15,000 rotating pieces from cultures around the globe, housed within architecturally stunning buildings designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Meier. The Museum’s permanent collection includes nineteenth- and twentieth-century American art as well as European paintings and decorative pieces; a growing collection of African American art, and burgeoning collections of modern and contemporary art, photography, folk art, and African art. The High Museum is also dedicated to supporting and collecting works by southern artists.