Three Ways to Support the Village Right Now

To become a new member or renew your membership, please complete our Membership Form.

Benefits:

  • Unlimited visits and free tours for one year
  • Exclusive admission to Members-only events such as our Garden parties
  • Discounts on workshops and select special events
  • Discounts in the Museum Store and Cafe
  • Up-to-date information through our e-newsletter

Your annual membership contribution supports the work at the Village including restoring and maintaining the historic buildings and gardens, caring for the Shaker collections and creating inspiring and educational programs and events for our visitors.

Membership Levels

To learn more about our membership levels, call the Development Office at 603-783-9511 ext. 220.

Individual $40
Admission for one adult

Dual $60
Admission for two adults (at same address)

Grandparent $70
Admission for two adults (at same address) with grandchildren under 21

Family $80
Admission for two adults (at same address) with children under 21

FSteward $125
Admission for two adults (at the same address) with children under 21
One complimentary guest admission with each member visit
One complimentary adult admission ticket to share

Shaker $250
Admission for two adults (at same address) with children under 21
Two complimentary guest admissions with each member visit
Two complimentary adult admission tickets to share

Benefactor $500
Admission for 2 adults (at same address) with children under 21
Four complimentary guest admissions with each member visit
Four complimentary adult admission tickets to share

Benefactor $500
Admission for 2 adults (at same address) with children under 21
Four complimentary guest admissions with each member visit
Four complimentary adult admission tickets to share

Henry Blinn Society $1,000 +

Canterbury Shaker Village honors those donors who make annual fund gifts of $1,000 or more with full membership at the
Benefactor level, plus invitations to an annual event with the Board and Executive Director, special opening receptions,
behind-the-scenes opportunities, and free admission to all Village special events.

Elder Henry Blinn was one of the 19th century’s most devoted and capable Shaker leaders. He came to Canterbury in 1838, and ten years later, composed a detailed large-scale map of the Village. In addition to teaching school and serving in the NH ministry, he was a skilled bee keeper, dentist, fine woodworker, and printer. He served as Church Family Elder from 1859 until his death in 1905 at the age of 80.

To learn more or to become a member of the Henry Blinn Society, contact the Development Office at 603-783-9511 x 220.