The Museum of American Bird Art at Mass Audubon (MABA) is a professional art museum within New England’s largest conservation organization, connecting people and nature through art. Our exhibitions feature art by internationally recognized artists inspired by nature.
Located on a 121-acre wildlife sanctuary just south of Boston, the Museum of American Bird Art at Mass Audubon houses Mass Audubon’s extensive art collection, which is shared with the public through exhibitions as well as through a wide variety of education programs.
Programs are offered in many formats, including hands-on art classes in drawing, photography, watercolor, and other mediums; gallery talks and nature exploration. On- and off-site programs serve children, adults, families, and school and community groups.
In addition to our exhibition gallery, visitors may explore the Mildred Morse Allen Wildlife Sanctuary’s scenic trail system through a meadow, forest, and red maple swamp. Bring your camera and come early in the day to make use of the bird photography blind.
Download the trail map to explore the wildlife sanctuary's trails.
For a safe visitor experience please read our list of guidelines for visiting the wildlife sanctuary.