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Support our vital educational work and the long-term care of our nationally important collections.

Join the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society which owns and runs the Wiltshire Museum.

Why you should join

  • FREE entry to our award-winning Museum and special exhibitions
  • FREE entry to Salisbury Museum and the Dorset County Museum as part of our Wessex Museums Partnership
  • FREE welcome tour with our Director
  • Discounted lecture, conference and course tickets. Organised visits to museums, monuments and historic houses
  • Regular newsletter with the lastest news and forthcoming events
  • Find out more about Wiltshire's story as you get to know fellow members and meet subject experts
  • Make new friends by getting involved in the Museum and Society as a volunteer
  • Get involved in fieldwork and excavation with our Archaeology Field Group
  • Read the latest archaeological and historical research in your FREE copy of our annual journal
  • Find out about where you live with FREE research access to 50,000 books, documents, maps and images in our Archive and Library
  • Gold and Amber donors, Life and Corporate members also enjoy invitations to private views of new exhibitions
  • Knowing you are supporting our vital educational work and the long-term care of our nationally important collection

Please consider becoming a Gold or Amber donor. Your help makes a real difference in enabling us to continue telling Wiltshire's Story. This includes your normal subscription plus a donation element.

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Life Membership

We also offer Life Membership.

Category

Updated: January 2019

Archaeology Field Group

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Eric Ravilious: Downland Man

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