Reciprocal Benefits

February is member appreciation month!

Members receive free admission to the Lawrence Hall of Science in February.

Number of free entries is based on your UCBG level of membership and listed below:

Individual: 1
Senior: 1
UCB Student membership: 1
UCB Individual: 1
Family: 6
Family Plus: 8
UCB Family: 6
Patron: 8
Director Circle: 8

UCBG members do not need to reserve with the LHS in advance but do need to show their membership card (digital or paper) and photo ID.

Lawrence Hall of Science hours:

  • Wednesday–Saturday: 10:00 am–5:00 pm
  • Monday and Tuesday: Closed

A picture of children playing outdoors at the Lawrence Hall of Science

All Level Members

American Horticultural Society’s Reciprocal Admission Program

Reciprocal privileges with nearly 300 gardens, arboreta, and conservatories throughout North America and the Cayman Islands.

a trail surrounded by lavander and oranage, yellow and green plants

Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

Please be aware that the list is subject to change. Before visiting any garden, be sure to visit its website or call to verify hours of operation. Please remember to carry your UC Botanical Garden membership card with you when you travel to reciprocating gardens. (Please note: reciprocal privileges are for the member(s) named on the card only, and you may be required to show photo ID.)

Family Plus Members and above

NARM and ROAM, our two reciprocal programs, combine to allow you free admission and other special benefits at over 700 museums across the country!

View a list of NARM museums

View a list of ROAM museums

the Legion of Honor, it has an arc with columns and its beige

Legion of Honor

the de young, its brown and palm trees in the front

De Young

The Contemporary Jewish Museum with other buildings aside it

Contemporary Jewish Museum