455 Oak Street
Brockton, MA 02301


"let the art touch you"


The Fuller Craft Museum is a contemporary art museum located in Brockton, Massachusetts. The museum focuses on contemporary crafts and features exhibits of work by local, national, and international artists. The museum was founded in 1969 by Dr. Robert J. and Dorothy B. Fuller, and it was the first museum in New England entirely devoted to contemporary craft.

The museum has a permanent collection of over 3,000 objects that includes ceramics, glass, metal, wood, fiber, and mixed media. The museum also features rotating temporary exhibits that showcase the work of emerging and established artists.

One of the highlights of the museum is the outdoor sculpture park, which features works by nationally and internationally known sculptors. The park is open year-round and provides a beautiful setting for visitors to explore and enjoy the sculptures.

The Fuller Craft Museum also offers a variety of educational programs and workshops for visitors of all ages. These programs are designed to inspire creativity, encourage learning, and foster an understanding and appreciation of contemporary craft.

The Fuller Craft Museum is an important cultural institution in Brockton, providing a platform for contemporary craft artists, and offering a wide range of educational programs and activities for visitors of all ages. It's a must visit for art lovers and those who appreciate the beauty and skill of handcrafted objects.


Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10AM-5PM

FREE Admission for all guests, every day of the week! Suggested donations are welcome.


For more information call (508) 588-6000


Back to Museums and Libraries in Massachusetts