Fuller Craft Museum
Right now, Fuller Craft Museum is the most exciting place to be in the world of contemporary craft. We offer a collection, exhibitions, demonstrations, workshops, and special events where you can literally touch the materials and objects. We strive to keep this work accessible, to put people in touch with the minds and methods of the makers, in touch with the values embodied by craft. Thus our motto–let the art touch you.
The Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, with free admission for all Thursdays from 5:00 – 9:00 pm. Admission is $10 adults, $8 seniors and $5 students, free for members and children 12 and under.
Located on 22 acres of woodland on the shores of Upper Porter’s Pond, Fuller Craft provides picturesque views, an artful environment, and an experienced staff to help plan your special event. Fuller Craft is the perfect location for weddings, showers, cocktail parties, graduations, anniversaries, business meetings, and more.
Craft & Fun Birthday Parties
Come celebrate your child's special day at Fuller Craft Museum plus free Museum admission for the day for you and all party guests. Our staff will lead an engaging craft project based on your child's age, after the craft time is reserved for enjoying cake and gifts. You are also welcome to provide your own cake, either from home or from a bakery of your choice. Party time is 2 hours.Saturdays and Sundays, $225, Party for up to 20 guests, ages 5 - 12.
Admission is free for all Brockton residents. In an effort to strengthen our ties with the Brockton community, we invite all Brocktonians to visit Fuller Craft Museum for free during all hours of operation. Simply present a photo ID with proof of Brockton residence at the front desk of the Museum.
This invitation to the Brockton community is one step in Fuller Craft Museum's effort to demonstrate its commitment to the city and to improve arts access to the residents of Brockton. By opening the Museum doors, Fuller Craft Museum hopes to inspire more Brockton residents to embrace, visit, and use the Museum as their own cultural resource.