Masks and face coverings are no longer required for visitors and staff at Fuller Craft Museum.

Plan Your Visit

Museum Rules
Guide to Outdoor Sculptures
Directions

PARKING:
Free parking is available in our main and upper lots.

FOOD:
We do not offer food service on-site, but you are welcome to bring food and enjoy your meal in the museum cafe. There are also several local restaurants in the area. Feel free to ask the front desk for recommendations.

ACCESSIBILITY:
Barrier-free access to the museum is available.
The Museum’s accessible parking is located in the upper lot, located at the back of the building.
The ADA accessible entrance is in the rear of the building.
The museum building is served by a lift/elevator.
Service animals are welcome.
Please feel free to call our desk to inquire about your accessibility needs.

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

ASSISTIVE EQUIPMENT:
Wheelchairs, walkers, and assistive listening devices are available, free of charge. Ask the front desk for assistance.

Experience Art and Nature

In a city so spirited, urban, and diverse, Fuller Craft’s serene 22-acre campus provides a rare combination for people looking to experience art, culture, and the natural environment all in one idyllic setting. The Museum is surrounded by over 700 acres of scenic woodland and the brilliant architectural landscape of D.W. Field Park in Brockton, MA. The Museum’s award-winning 21,000 square foot building, sculpture garden, courtyards, and nature trails (like Caroline’s Pathway) provide a serene getaway. With high ceilings, wide corridors, slate floors, natural wood beams, and myriad floor-to-ceiling-windows—there is an abundance of natural light and atmosphere that blurs the line between indoor and outdoor beauty.

Outdoor Sculpture

As you drive up Oak Street to Fuller Craft Museum and you enter the grounds, you encounter works of art unexpectedly around every corner, behind every tree it seems. Several of Fuller Craft’s outdoor artists use the materials from nature, such as wood and stone. Before you arrive, print out the Outdoor Sculptures Guide, and give yourself a preview of our outdoor collection. Then come roam the grounds and discover them in person. Updated Outdoor Sculpture Guide coming soon!

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