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“Small Enjoyable Museium”

Fuller Craft Museum
Ranked #1 of 10 things to do in Brockton
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed September 5, 2017

Beautiful artworks and crafts in this off the beaten path location. Lovely grounds and views especially with the upcoming Fall foliage.

Thank Joyce M
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Reviewed August 19, 2017 via mobile

This is a museum filled with high-quality crafts and art in a beautiful bucolic setting. Though you might not think of coming to Brockton for exceptional art this place is just that!

Thank Ken R
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Reviewed August 11, 2017

This place is such a gem. More people need to frequent it! Not only is it set in a beautiful environment with a lake replete with classic swans swimming, but there's an outdoors sculpture/sanctuary type landscape as well as the beautiful architecture of the main exhibit building itself. The exhibits I saw recently were outstanding. Old glass repurposed in wonderful and fanciful ways as well as an outstanding modern tapestry exhibit. There's always some community based exhibits as well as the museum seems committed to partnering with the local schools and children to support artistic development. There's a delightful walkout onto a terrace which sits right on the lake. You feel as if you are in a floating Japanese style space. Tho the snack cafe wasn't opened when we visited it seems a perfect place to sit with or without food. There is ample free parking and its so refreshing to be outside the city in a short, traffic free drive to see good art/crafts. Can't say enough good things about this place!

Thank Laurie K
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Reviewed July 22, 2017

Check out their website to see what exhibit is current on display. They have unique artists who are extremely talented people. The staff is helpful and knowledge. Just do not plan your visit on a Monday as they are closed. This museum is a hidden gem.

Thank Momscat
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Reviewed July 17, 2017

This is all about engaging with the arts and, man, does it work. We went on a fairly quiet day in early spring and every single exhibit seduced us, from steam punk to outdoor pieces hidden in the trees. Highly recommended for everyone.

Thank Patti C
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