The Museum of American Bird Art at Mass Audubon is a VERY small gallery, offering serious nature lovers some very esoteric viewings. I wouldn't make the trip just for the gallery, but if you are in the area on afternoons when it is open, do stop by. You will likely be in rare company, just you and the birds. Clearly the staff work to obtain the very best art, but are constrained by space available. Displays change several times a year, so this gallery can be visited several times a year. If you bring young children, there is an activity table. If you bring older children or adults who are not so interested, there is a ready nook.
The many acres of wildlife sanctuary are pleasurable when the weather permits.
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