Skip the line at the museums

As a member, you and up to three guests can bypass the line at over 100 of the world’s leading museums and art institutions. There’s nothing extra to pay: your membership covers the tickets. See our partner museums.


The Cultivist is always planning something new. From a private view of MoMA’s new blockbuster exhibition, hosted by the leading curator, to a studio visit with a world-renowned artist. You’ll have access to this exclusive global events programme. Our enviable network of art world partners means we can also offer access to the best of the private views, and other happenings we believe you won’t want to miss. To see some of our past or forthcoming events, email

Arts fair and biennales

Our curators and guides offer private tours of art fairs and insider tips on the best things to see. We also work closely with the world’s leading art fairs and biennales to secure the best possible access for Cultivist members.

Art Travel Concierge

We take pride in helping members experience the best in art while on their travels. Wherever you are in the world, we’ll find you the ideal guides, arrange studio visits, and recommend must-see shows. You’ll never miss a thing. (Depending on the details, some of these experiences might carry additional charges.)


You’ll be exclusively invited to join our bespoke Cultivist Art Trips – expertly curated travels with a small group of fellow members to gems of the art world like Lisbon, Tel Aviv, Copenhagen, Marfa and New Orleans. (Not included in your membership fee.)

News & Insight

We’ll make sure you’re always on top of the latest developments and trends in art, especially those that inspire you most. From the world’s hottest new shows to the breakthrough talents of tomorrow, The Cultivist brings you insider insight, along with our expert curatorial guidance.

The digital cultivist

You’ll have access to our full, members-only website and app. That include extensive itineraries across the most popular destinations, and our suggestions on the best things to see and do around the world. It’s like having a personal art travel advisor.


David Dawson-Bridgeman