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(20 % discount for Senior Citizens (60+)
This package will give you exclusive member previews to select special exhibits and unlimited access to the galleries. Additionally, enjoy special member launch event and premiere screenings, as well as insightful talks, courses and workshops.
Students/Youth: High school or
university students over 16 years old.
Students can enjoy core member benefits such as borrowing privileges from Ithra Library, which includes over 200,000 titles, and early access to special workshops and programs.
This package is for 4 members; one or Two Adults and up to 2 children aged between 2 - 16 years.
Family Membership allows the holders to:
- Free access to Children’s Museum for all family members
- 10% discount on Birthday room rental at the Children’s Museum (Coming Soon)
Free access to all galleries. (Excluding the Great Hall)
10% discount at participating Ithra restaurants and stores.
Early booking access for theater shows, you will be the first to know!
Exclusive access to the Ithra multimedia room in the Library.
20% Discounts on all Ithra’s programs and offerings, including theater performances, museums and exhibitions.
Inviting up to 3 guest to the vast collection of Art in our unique galleries.
Enjoy book borrowing privileges at the Ithra Library.
Special parking spaces for members only.
Members tour: Private tour of Ithra.
Members’ only exclusives: preview, behind the scene tours, workshops, programs and dining.
Your Ithra membership pack features a striking and unique design by an emerging Saudi artist. Nourah Al-Majarshi is at the forefront of the growing cultural vitality of the Kingdom.
Her installations were selected for the beauty, optimism and sense of belonging they capture, which encapsulate Ithra’s vision. These are emotions we hope resonate with our guests and members. The work you see tells a story. This artist is blind yet works in the visual crafts. Her story is inspiring. She breaks through limitations and challenges.
She asked her mother to choose the shades of red and black you see before you, as reflections of her own feelings. She wanted to convey to the world that she continues to persist and will not be hindered by darkness or despair.
Today, she trains the blind on how to recognize objects by touch. She helps us to "see" the world through a much brighter perspective.