News & Events
The winning images from Mass Audubon's 2017 Picture This photo contest will be on display at Broad Meadow Brook from August 1-31! Learn More >
Play is the natural work of children. Our Discovering Nature program allows children to spend time outdoors learning, explore the wonders of nature, build friendships, and develop a deeper sense of place. Enrolling now for Fall 2018 Sessions.
During the 11-week Field Naturalist Certificate Program, gain in-depth knowledge of organismal groups and their ecology while taking part in field research, monitoring, and communication training.
The Mass Audubon sanctuaries of Central Massachusetts are proud to offer free admission to active-duty U.S. military personnel and their families from Memorial Day to Labor Day through the Blue Star Museums program.
Broad Meadow Brook is excited to bring the great outdoors back into the city this summer. From canoeing to insect collecting to nature crafts, there’s something fun going on in a park near you. And thanks to our sponsors, it's all free!
On Sunday, April 22, Broad Meadow Brook celebrated Earth Day in style by gathering friends of the sanctuary to honor seven nature heroes—individuals making a difference in the greater Worcester area.
Wheelabrator Millbury sponsors free sanctuary admission for Millbury residents four times a year. Join us once each season and explore all that Broad Meadow Brook has to offer—for free! Next event is July 14, 2018.
The Blackstone River Coalition (BRC) is in need of volunteer citizen science water quality monitors (WQM) to collect data at sites in the headwaters region of the watershed. No prior experience needed—we will train you. First WQM testing date is April 14. Make a difference and join the team!
Looking for a way to get your kids outdoors this summer? Check out Broad Meadow Brook Nature Day Camp!
The new Dr. Deirdre Loughlin Fund will provide essential support that allows us to connect Broad Meadow Brook with students attending Worcester Public Schools.