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Become a Member
Members of Belle Meade Plantation share a dedication to preserve and restore our historic buildings, property and collections for present and future generations. Member support also allows Belle Meade Plantation to serve visitors and school children with enriching and stimulating educational programs. All memberships are annual beginning the month you join and are valid for a full calendar year.
If you would like to become a member of Belle Meade Plantation please email us at email@example.com We will gladly send you a membership form to complete. Thank you for your support!
Unlimited admission for member to all sites of the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities (APTA), including Belle Meade Plantation * 10% discount in the Museum Store *student ID required
Benefits as listed above * Monthly Eblast
Benefits as listed above
Benefits as listed above * Admission for 2 adults and 2 children under 12 years of age
Benefits as listed above *Unlimited admission for 2 adults and 2 children under 12 years of age
Benefits as listed above *$10 Museum Store Gift Card
Benefits as listed above *$25 Museum Store Gift Card
Benefits as listed above *$50 Museum Store Gift Card
Bonnie Scotland Membership
Benefits as listed above * $100 Museum Store Gift Card
For more information about memberships, please contact Belle
Meade Plantation at 615-356-0501 ext. 127 or click the links above to make an online donation.
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