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Hours & Admission

Museum Hours

Tuesday – Sunday, 10AM – 5PM

We are closed on Mondays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.
We are open from 10AM – 3PM on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.

    Free Admission

    Admission is FREE for all guests! (Suggested donations are welcome.)

    Groups are welcome to self-tour, but we request that you please notify us if you are bringing a group of more than 8 people so we may staff accordingly: 508-588-6000. 

    Organized tours with a tour guide are available for a fee: please visit our Public Tours page. 

    While You Are Here

    Parking

    Free parking is available. Accessible parking is located in the lower lot, located at the rear of the building/Education entrance.

    Food

    We do not offer food service on-site, but you are welcome to bring food and enjoy your meal in the Museum Lounge. There are also several local restaurants in the area. Feel free to ask the front desk for recommendations! Limited snacks and drinks are available for purchase at the gift shop.

    Accessibility

    Please feel free to call us to inquire about accessibility needs and assistance.

    • Barrier-free access to the Museum is available.
    • The Museum’s accessible parking is located in the lower lot, located at the rear of the building/Education entrance.
    • The ADA accessible entrance is in the rear of the building/Education entrance. The Museum building is served by a lift/elevator.
    • We offer a private library that can be used for lactation, nursing, and as a quiet/sensory room. 
    • Wheelchairs, walkers, and assistive listening devices are available, free of charge.
    • Service animals are welcome.
    • The Museum’s general information brochure is translated and available in the following languages:
      • Cape Verdean Creole
      • Spanish
      • English
      • Portuguese

    Restrooms

    Public restrooms are located on the first floor, including ADA accessible and gender-neutral restrooms.

    Getting Here

    Getting to Fuller Craft Museum may be easier than you think! We are located three minutes off Route 24, and one exit past IKEA if you’re traveling South on 24. Stop by and visit us on the way to or from the Cape.

    From Route 128, 495 or 93 to Route 24

    • Take Route 24 to Exit 33B, Route 27 North (Stoughton).
    • Take a right at the third light onto Oak Street.
    • The Museum is one mile down on the left.

    By Public Transportation

    • Take the Commuter Rail, Middleboro/Lakeville line to Brockton station, or take Brockton Area Transit (BAT) Bus #12 from Ashmont Station to Brockton station.
    • Then take Brockton Area Transit (BAT) Bus #4A to the Museum (request stop).

    Boston South Visual Art Trail

    Looking for a day trip? Or perhaps an “art-full” afternoon? Fuller Craft Museum is a part of the Boston South Visual Art Trail, a collaboration five arts-based organizations located south of Boston:

    We hope your love for art extends throughout the region! Each organization’s exhibits change frequently, and each offers so many activities and events that there is always a reason to go back for another visit.

    Each location is no more than a 40-minute drive from the others, and we have much in common:

    • We are small museums that host rotating art exhibits throughout the year.
    • We offer art-related programming, classes, and workshops
    • Admission is free at each location. (Yes, free!)

    Brochures are available at each location, and also may be downloaded from each organization’s website. Download your brochure here.

    All galleries at these museums are wheelchair accessible.

    IN THE PRESS:

    GBH: The Culture Show
    The Sun Chronicle
    Gay Cities

    The Boston South Visual Art Trail was also featured in Art New England