In addition to free admission, participating museums may offer discounts on store purchases, lectures, events, performances, and more.
How does it work?
If you are an MCA Member at the Friend-level ($150) or above, simply show your current membership card to any of the participating museums listed below.*
Reciprocal Museums Map
The MCA participates in three reciprocal museum programs:
- Museum Alliance Reciprocal Program, (MARP), managed by the Baltimore Museum of Art
- Western Reciprocal Program (WR), managed by the Denver Art Museum
- The Modern and Contemporary Reciprocal Program (Mod/Co) managed by the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
Through these programs, we offer our members benefits at the participating museums listed on this page.
If you are a museum interested in participating in Mod/Co, you can find more information about the program and apply online.
*Please note: expired MCA membership cards will not be honored.
These reciprocal benefits are in effect as of Jan 1, 2020.
For the cinephile: Premier Members and Circle Donors also receive reciprocal privileges at the Gene Siskel Film Center—Chicago’s premier venue for independent and world cinema—which includes $6 admission to all movies and a free small popcorn every time you visit.
Gene Siskel Film Center
164 North State Street