Corporate Partnership

As one of the top destinations for visitors to North Texas and an important part of the arts and culture ecosystem for locals, the Museum’s Corporate Partnership program is an innovative way to recognize your stakeholders and engage with a sophisticated visitor audience. The Museum is known worldwide for impartial storytelling, a respectful approach to the events of November 1963, and our importance to scholars and significance to visitors. Our mission is to explore President Kennedy’s life and legacy and the ongoing impact of his initiatives – a commitment to science and exploration of space; the importance of the arts; volunteerism, courage and leadership.


  • Tax deductible within IRS limits
  • Corporate Partner recognition on
  • Nearly 850,000 unique visitors and 1.9 million impressions per year
  • Flexibility to tailor benefits to best meet your goals
  • Access to unique and engaging lectures, presentations, exhibitions and more


Your support helps bring the Museum to the community through:

  • Serving over 7,000 students and educators through on-site, in-classroom and virtual learning
  • Recording and preserving the memories of our community through more than 2,000 oral history interviews
  • Providing free access to digital resources such as the Dealey Plaza Interactive Guide and online collections database
  • Providing an important cultural experience to students, families and visitors from across the globe

Find out more!

Contact Lisa Kupfer, Membership and Development Manager

Complimentary admission passes103040
Complimentary passes to VIP receptions
and networking events
Exclusive members-only communications
and insider messages
Annual Report Recognition
Recognition on website
Private curator-led group tour
Must be arranged in advance
Recognition as presenting sponsor at a
public program
Museum Monday* | Exclusive access to
sixth and seventh floor exhibits

*Up to 150 employees. Must be scheduled at least
30 days in advance. Limited dates available.

“I support the Museum as I believe in ensuring that students, visitors and families continue to learn about the events that occurred in Dallas in November 1963 and why they continue to be relevant today.

The Sixth Floor Museum does this in an impactful and impartial manner, making it a vital part of our community fabric.”

E. Keith Pomykal | Board Member, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza