Be part of our future
Our Members enjoy special benefits all year round. Join and support us in our crucial work: preserving Dorset’s rich heritage for future generations to enjoy.
Become a member of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society today and get a deeper insight into 250 million years of Dorset’s history, while you help protect its rich heritage for future generations.
Dorset Museum is owned and cared for by members of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society (DNHAS), Dorset’s first conservation organisation. It was established to collect, preserve research and exhibit objects relating to the archaeology, natural history, art, literature and culture of Dorset. It is dedicated to preserving Dorset’s rich heritage for future generations.
As a member you will enjoy a range of special benefits, including access to our extensive reference lending library, together with unlimited free entry to the Museum and our exhibitions. You will also be helping us conserve, preserve and care for the Museum’s collections – and provide educational and learning to schools, universities and the wider community.
Choose your membership
- Single Membership – £50
One year’s full membership for an individual
- Joint Membership – £60
One year’s full membership for two adults
- Family Membership – £70
One year’s full membership for up to two adults and three children under the age of 18
- Student Membership – £30
One year’s full membership for those in full-time education over the age of 18
- Life Membership – £1,000
Unlimited lifetime membership for an individual
Payment Terms: We offer a choice of annual or monthly Direct Debit payments
To apply for membership please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Home to many great writers and artists, most notably Thomas Hardy, Dorset can also boast the finest prehistoric landscape in Britain and geological wonders of the Jurassic Coast.
While Dorset inspires many articles and books, only the Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeology Society, publishes with rigour of academic scholarship. For 138 years the Proceedings has published, from its home the Dorset County Museum, a remarkable collection of scholarly papers, monographs and reports from a wide range of disciplines to further knowledge and understanding of the County. Published annually for the Society’s membership, there is much in every volume of Proceedings that will delight the casual reader or visitor to Dorset.
Subscriptions to the Proceedings
To subscribe to the Proceedings, please apply to the email@example.com . This goes for institutional subscriptions too.
Writing for the Proceedings
Back-numbers of Proceedings
Some past volumes are available for purchase, for more details CLICK HERE
A cumulative index to the Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society can be found below