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).
UPDATE DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC
The Fitchburg Art Museum re-opened to the public on July 22, 2020, in compliance with all MA state safety regulations. Visitors and staff are required to wear masks, sanitize hands, maintain social distancing, and adhere to space capacity limits for the safety of all. Admission is free through September 2020.
Hours: Wednesday-Friday 12-4 pm, Saturday and Sunday 11 am - 5 pm.
For the foreseeable future, we will not be holding in-person, on-site classes. We hope to offer on-line classes via the Zoom video-conferencing platform. Please watch this site or our website, www.fitchburgartmuseum.org
Please check out free art activities for children and other educational offerings on our website.
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.