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Museum Membership | Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion

Become a member of Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion. Your gifts fund preservation of Philadelphia’s only authentically restored Victorian house museum and garden. Your support helps us continue to offer fabulous events and workshops that allow us to share our history and expand our reach. Members receive $5 discounts for most workshops, lectures, Victorian Theatre productions and special events.  Members also receive the Mansion’s by-annual newsletter. Sign up today!

Choose your membership level from the drop down menu below:

Become a member today!

Young Friend (30 & under) $25
  • Unlimited docent-led tours of the Mansion
  • Research privileges in the Victorian Library
  • Invitations to free and members-only events
  • Advance notice of programs and member-only events
  • Discounts to Victorian workshops and events
Friend $50
  • All privileges listed above
Sponsor $75
  • Membership for immediate family
  • All privileges listed above
Conservator $150
  • All privileges listed above
  • Membership to the North American Reciprocal Museum Program – which provides free admission to over 985 museums nationwide
Mansion Sustainer $250
  • All privileges listed above
  • Two guest passes for docent led tour
Mansion Preservation Circle $500
  • All privileges listed above
  • Acknowledgement in Mansion newsletter
  • Two additional guest passes
Mansion Benefactor $1,000
  • Two free admissions to any one program (reservations required)
  • Gift membership for a person of your choosing
  • All privileges listed above
Business Bronze $250
  • Business logo on Mansion’s website with a link to your website
  • Acknowledgment in newsletter
Business Silver $500
  • Same as above with special silver acknowledgement
Business Gold $1,000
  • Same as above with special gold acknowledgement

When Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion opened to the public, the intent was that the house should serve as an educational resource for supporters just like you.

Your gift enables us to:

  • Offer a unique interpretive tour DEEP RIVERSHow African Americans Waded Through the Waters of Oppression to Achieve Greatness in the  19th-Century on select Sundays year-round.
  • Bring 19th-century history to local elementary school students – the Industrial Revolution for 3rd graders and Emancipation Proclamation for 5th graders.
  • Write and produce a new one-person theatre production entitled A Life in Three Dresses – The Story of Elizabeth Keckley

Making a donation is as easy. Click the orange Donate button below to donate with your PayPal account or credit card OR mail a check to Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, 200 West Tulpehocken Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144

pennsylvania historical and museum commission | Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion

The Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion thanks the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission for general operating funds. These funds help support wonderful events and workshops at the Mansion.

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Become a Volunteer at the Mansion

The Mansion is accepting applications for new volunteers who wish to help preserve this historic Victorian jewel and tell its story. Please consider donating your time and talent. Many exciting possibilities are available

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Create a Legacy

Protect the past and the future by remembering Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion in your will or estate plan. A planned gift will leave a legacy of support for programs, initiatives, and building conservation that will have an impact for years to come.

Have you already included the Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion in your will or estate plan? Let us know so that we can honor your commitment. If not, the most popular and easiest legacy gift is a bequest which allows donors to focus on current financial obligations, while also providing critical support to future preservation efforts.