The Museum needs you—our visitors, members, and donors—to continue our mission. The museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization so your contribution may be tax-deductible. Your generosity enables us to educate and inspire people of all ages. We appreciate your participation and support. There are several ways to support the Museum, and we’re happy to help you find one that’s right for you and your family. Discovery starts with you!
Click here to read our brochure about becoming a Member.
Our museum has established the Ambassador Endowment Program to ensure the continued stability and expansion of the museum. We are asking you to become an Ambassador and pledge to this program. Museum Ambassadors are individuals or businesses who complete our challenge to build our endowment fund by pledging $10,000 over a ten year period! By contributing to our Museum Ambassador drive you can help us meet our goal of $1,000,000. One million is a lot of money, but if 100 people and businesses, or organizations each pledged $10,000 over a ten year period, we would have our endowment fund in ten years. With that amount as our backbone, we will be able to make it through the hard times, and in the good times be able to expand our exhibits and programs.
For a pledge of $10,000, over a ten year period, you receive three guarantees:
1. We will never ask you or your business for a donation again.
2. You will receive six life time passes to use for museum programs and events.
3. As a true museum ambassador, your name would be inscribed on our Ambassador Wall in the museum.
And finally, you will have secured the successful continuation of the museum for our children, grandchildren and generations to come.
The Bollinger County Museum of Natural History is located in the historic town of Marble Hill, Missouri. We are the perfect destination for families, school groups, or the solo enthusiast!
See the eons in just one day! Our exhibits showcase Missouri’s historic and prehistoric past.
Become involved and explore the ways that you can support the Bollinger County Museum of Natural History!