become a member
As a member of Dundee Museum of Transport you’ll be helping to support our work in caring for Tayside’s transport heritage.
What it means to be a member
Dundee Museum of Transport (DMofT) is a charitable trust. When you become a member of the museum you become a member of the charitable trust. You will have an opportunity to play an important part in the governance of the museum. You will be invited to the AGM where you can cast your vote in the election of committee members or on other constitutional matters.
Other benefits of membership
Free admission to the museum during opening hours, for each member and up to 3 children accompanying a Family member.
Free admission to special events at the museum including our evening transport talks.
Periodic newsletters – at least 3 each year.
Invitation to members’ gatherings.
Early access to any special, limited sales items.
Membership types and fees
Membership types and membership fees for 2021 are:
Single Adult: £25 - where Adult is defined as someone who is 16 years of age or over.
Family: £35 - 1 or 2 Adults registered under the same address and up to 3 children. Each adult has full membership benefits and voting-rights, their own membership card and their own membership number.
Alternatively, you can pay for your membership at the museum during our normal opening hours!
make an online donation
Dundee Museum of Transport is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, SC041529. The museum is an independent, accredited organisation that is entirely self-funded.
Your donations support our work in preserving the transport history of Dundee and the surrounding areas for future generations to enjoy. The museum also provides opportunities for learning and education, community engagement, and creative expression, all of which is funded by donations.
All donations are processed by PayPal which is 100% secure. They will not pass on your financial details to anyone, including Dundee Museum of Transport. You do not need to have a PayPal account to make a donation as they will also accept most major credit or debit cards.
Legacies - Remember us in your Will
A legacy is a gift noted in your will. It is one of the most effective ways to make a lasting difference at the Museum, to ensure that we can continue to preserve Scotland’s transport history and educate future generations about our rich heritage.
Legacies can support a number of different projects, such as promoting our educational efforts, advancing our collections and restoration work, supporting internships and volunteer opportunities, or transforming the Maryfield tram depot.
Legacies can also be unrestricted, giving the Museum the flexibility to pursue unforeseen opportunities in the future.
Whichever you choose, your gift will last beyond a lifetime and allow Dundee Museum of Transport to thrive as a centre of learning and community engagement in Dundee.
Becoming a corporate member of Dundee Museum of Transport provides unique opportunities to build and promote your business.
Dundee Museum of Transport is a hub of learning and community engagement in Dundee. Led by a voluntary board of trustees and with the support of over 40 active volunteers, the museum works to preserve the transport heritage of Dundee and the surrounding area. Its core aim is to educate and inspire visitors giving them an authentic experience whilst exploring the museum collections, buildings and activities. As an education and heritage charity, partnerships with the corporate sector are vital to helping us achieve our mission.
Your support not only shows your business’s commitment to community-led projects, but will also allow us to continue with our aim of preserving and interpreting Dundee’s transport heritage and sharing this with our community and visitors.
We are committed to working closely with our corporate members to achieve shared vision and goals that align with your business needs in order to create long-term mutually beneficial relationships. To find out more about how to become a corporate member of Dundee Museum of Transport and to learn more about our unique opportunities, please contact Kate Southern, Development Manager, at email@example.com or call 01382 455196.
Dundee Museum of Transport is very grateful to the following companies and organisations who have supported our activities to date.