The Museum of American Bird Art at Mass Audubon (MABA) is a professional art museum and wildlife sanctuary. As part of New England's largest conservation organization, we seek to connect people with the nature around them through art.
Located on a beautiful 121-acre property just south of Boston, MABA houses Mass Audubon's extensive art collection, which is shared with the public through exhibitions as well as through a wide variety of educational programs for all ages. The exhibitions in our galleries feature art by internationally-recognized artists whose work is inspired by nature.
963 Washington Street, Canton, MA 02021
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Gallery & Restrooms
Open Tuesday-Sunday, 9 am-5 pm
Nonmembers: $4 Adults, $3 Seniors (65+), $3 Children (2-12)
As a way to give even more people access to nature and to thank active military for their service, we are proud to offer:
EBT Participants: Free for up to 4 people when you show your EBT card
ConnectorCare Card to Culture Participants: Free for up to 4 people when you show your ConnectorCare card
Wonderfund Access: Free for up to 4 people when you show your Wonderfund card
Active-Duty Military: Free for up to 5 people with a valid military ID card
- Universally Accessible Gallery
- Universally Accessible Restrooms
- Picnic Area
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→ For your safety and to avoid conflicts with wildlife, please follow our sanctuary guidelines during your visit. Please leave dogs and other pets at home (service animals welcome).
Things to See & Do
- Try something new! MABA's classes and workshops include hands-on programs in drawing, photography, watercolor, and other mediums; gallery talks; and nature exploration.
- We offer activities for families as well as programs for schools; child and teen groups; and adult community groups.
- Turn your child's out-of-school time into outdoor time with MABA's drop-off Vacation Week programs (ages 5-13) in December and April, plus our Wild at Art Summer Camp (ages 4-15) from June through August.
- Explore our 2 miles of trails that wind through a meadow, forest, and red maple swamp—or bring your camera and come early in the day to make use of the bird photography blind.