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Membership Information

The Bishop Museum and Historical Society, a non-profit 501 (c) (3) corporation, was formed in 1964 to foster and cultivate the development and progress of an educational and scientific museum and historical society on the grounds of the Southern Pacific Railroad site donated to Inyo County. 

The Bishop Museum and Historical Society depends on memberships for the bulk of its financial support, and needs that help to grow and expand, and develop and maintain the museum complex.   We welcome your participation and help as a  member.

Individual basic membership benefits are a 10% discount in our gift shop, 15% discount on reproduction orders from our Museum Historic files, free admission to the museum, free rides on operating rail way equipment, invitations to Members Only events, and subscription to Museum newsletters.  All members receive these benefits.  Additional benefits are available as follows:

Family, Basic package plus free admission for one additional adult and free admission for family members under age 13; free rides on operating railway equipment for two adults and accompanying children under age 13.

Supporting and Sustaining members receive the basic package plus free admission for one additional adult and free admission for accompanying children under age 18; free rides on operating railway equipment for two adults and accompanying children under age 18.

Life, Patron, and Benefactor members receive the basic package plus free admission for four adults and accompanying children under age 18; free rides on operating railway equipment for four adults and accompanying children under age 18.

To receive these benefits you must show your membership card in the gift shop and at the train ticket window.

To find out more about becoming a member you can fill out a Membership Application; or contact us by Phone at (760) 873-5950; or e-mail us at lawsmuseum@aol.com

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