Museum of American Bird Art

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View of a snowy meadow trail behind MABA in winter by Sean Kent 1140
by Sean Kent (Mass Audubon)

The Museum of American Bird Art (MABA) at Mass Audubon is a family-friendly, professional art museum set on a 121-acre wildlife sanctuary (with 2 miles of trails) located 15 miles south of Boston. As part of New England’s largest conservation organization, MABA's mission is to connect people and nature through art. Our exhibitions feature works by internationally recognized artists inspired by nature, and we offer a wide variety of programs and classes for all ages.

Location963 Washington St, Canton, MA 02021
Phone: 781-821-8853
Gallery: Closed
Trails: Open daily, dawn to dusk (no restrooms)

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Trails

Hit the Trails! 

Explore 2 miles of trails that wind through meadows and woodlands. Details & map >

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Online Programs

Hummingbird © Eduardo del Solar
© Eduardo del Solar

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MABA camper practicing field sketches in the meadow

Museum of American Bird Art

At Wild at Art Nature Camp in Canton, campers ages 4.5–14 have fun as naturalists, teaching artists, and trained counselors lead them in outdoor explorations and creative art projects. Registration is now open!

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