Fitchburg Art Museum

An Engine for Creativity

The Fitchburg Art Museum, North Central Massachusetts' most treasured cultural institution is a world-class, family-friendly museum with a permanent collection spanning 5,000 years. The museum was founded in 1925 through the bequest of artist, collector and Fitchburg native Eleanor Norcross (1854-1923).


Families love our interactive exhibitions, Discover Ancient Egypt (complete with a real mummy) and GLOBAL AFRICA: Creativity, Continuity and Change, plus the new Learning Lounge that accompanies our temporary exhibitions of regional contemporary art.


Tours, lectures, family days, and studio art classes for youth and adults are offered throughout the year. The Museum is also a perfect venue for private functions.

IF YOU WISH TO REGISTER FOR A CLASS AND THE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED,
PLEASE CALL THE MUSEUM TO FIND OUT IF THE CLASS IS RUNNING OR NOT.
LAST-MINUTE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE TAKEN OVER THE PHONE IF THE CLASS IS RUNNING.


If the program you are looking for is closed or not listed, click here to contact the organization.