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Purchase or renew a membership today in support of Filoli and start reaping the benefits!


How can I purchase a membership?

Join by visiting or call Filoli Member Services and they will guide you through the process. You can also purchase memberships in person by dropping by our Visitor and Education Center where admission is sold.


Can I give a membership as a gift?

Yes! Gift Memberships are a great way to honor friends and family. If you would like your gift membership wrapped in a lovely gift box, please purchase the Gift Membership at the Clock Tower Shop. To purchase online, choose the Membership Level you would like to give and be sure to check the box that says “This membership is a gift.” You can also contact Filoli Member Services. Don’t forget to mention if you’re eligible to receive the Senior Discount.


Once I become a member, how can I stay informed  about my benefits?

In addition to receiving our Filoli Magazine quarterly, we also send out a monthly Membership Matters email that includes early access to events and other exciting news to help you plan your visits.


What qualifies as a Household Membership?

Household memberships include two adults and any children living in the home.


Is there a senior discount?

Seniors 65 and older get 20% off on all Basic Levels when purchasing their membership on site with a valid I.D.


How do I learn about the member discounts on your education programs and classes?

Filoli members receive special pricing for all Educational Programs available. Take advantage of your membership and view our Education Catalog to see what classes we have to offer you.


Are there any member-exclusive events?

Yes! Your membership makes you eligible, space permitting, to attend one of our Members-only special event Twilight Strolls each calendar year. This event occurs twice a year. Advance reservations are required. Members are also able to join us for our Library Chats. Topics range from architecture, landscape design, fine arts, gardening, native life, historic families, and culture presented periodically in the Sterling Library, Filoli’s reference library located on the second floor of The House.