Plan Your Visit
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Fuller Craft Museum is currently closed.
As a precaution, no outside food is permitted in the museum, unless attending a workshop event.
In the current health crisis, safety of our guests is our first priority. We have taken CDC and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ recommendations to create a safety protocol, requiring masks and physical distancing to protect visitors. Our building will undergo touchpoint cleaning throughout the day and include hand sanitization stations for guests. Click here to see our full safety and visitation guidelines.
Free parking is available in our main and upper lots, with handicap access through the rear education entrance.
We do not provide onsite food service, but there are several local restaurants within the area. Be sure to ask at the front desk for recommendations.
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.
As you drive up Oak Street to Fuller Craft Museum and as 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.
Outdoor Sculpture Guide to come.
We may seem far away, but really the Museum is only 40 minutes south of Boston, on Route 24, exit 18B, one exit past IKEA. Stop by on your trip to or from Cape Cod.