The support of families has been instrumental in the Museum’s growth and success as we celebrate more than a decade in Bridgehampton. What started as a conversation between eight mothers gathered around a kitchen table has flourished into one of the most visited museums in Eastern Long Island—members helped make this possible!

Our tax-deductible memberships provide your family with unlimited access to our exhibits, discounts on classes, and free admission to many of the Museum’s monthly programs and community events throughout the year.

Memberships also enable CMEE to make a difference for families in the East End. CMEE is one of the nation’s only museums who hosts a Head Start pre-school class and continues to pioneer ways to teach literacy, assist children with autism, and help families affected by domestic violence.

Our membership cards have gone digital!

Family ($135)

  • Free admission for two named adults and their dependent children
  • Four one-time CMEE guest passes
  • Discounts at select local businesses
  • Discounts on classes and workshops
  • Early registration for community events and family workshops
  • Invitations to member-only special events and parties

Grandparent/Caregiver ($175)

  • Family level benefits, plus:
  • Free admission for 2 additional named adults

Friend ($250)

  • Family level benefits, plus:
  • Free admission for 4 additional friends (adults or children)

Supporter ($750)

  • Friend level benefits, plus:
  • 4 complimentary tickets to each summer amphitheater performance
  • A membership donated to an East End family in need

Visionary ($2,500)

  • Supporter level benefits, plus:
  • A free Classic CMEE party or playdate for up to 20 children

President’s Circle (5,000)

  • Guaranteed access to all of CMEE’s year-round family programming, classes and events.
  • Personalized bronze plaque on “Lucy’s Way” boardwalk at the Museum.
  • VIP parking at CMEE.
  • Name featured on the CMEE letterhead.
  • Your donation fully funds one week of groceries for 70 families served by the Museum’s food pantry.