Member Appreciation Month 2022 | Bullock Texas State History Museum


Event details

Members will receive an additional 10% discount Museum shop purchases in addition to their 10-15% member discount starting February 1. Shop in-store or online and save on gifts for your Texas Valentine or something special for yourself.*

Members will also receive free admission to the exhibition for one guest who is not already covered by their full month membership. Take the opportunity to show off the Museum you love!**

Join us on February 17 for a special private screening of wings on water in Laser IMAX® 2D. Fly like a bird deep in the prairie wetlands. Bring the family and enjoy complimentary refreshments and a take-out activity for kids celebrating the amazing migratory birds featured in the film.

Thank you for being there for us with your member support. We are happy to celebrate you!

Not a member? Join today!

*In-store offer valid from 02/01/22 to 02/28/22 and not redeemable for purchases made before 02/01/22. Discount can only be applied to in-stock items. No rain checks will be issued. Open to current Bullock Museum members only. New members of the Bullock Museum will have to wait 24 hours before this discount can be applied to online purchases. Offer not valid on sale items and not redeemable for cash or gift cards. Sales tax, shipping and handling are not eligible for this discount. Other restrictions may apply.

**Guest admission valid for one guest per member household from 02/01/22 to 02/28/22. The member must be present with the guest.

Your support matters

By supporting the Bullock Museum through your membership, you help shape future generations and Texas communities through exceptional exhibits and educational programs. All members get unlimited access to the exhibit, parking vouchers, museum shop discounts, tickets to IMAX® documentary films and select Texas Spirit Theater shows, and more! Become a member today!

The Bullock Texas State History Museum is a division of the Texas State Preservation Board. Additional support for educational programming provided by the Texas State History Museum Foundation.

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