Wednesday - Friday
12 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
AdmissionFree admission programs at FAM are funded in part by a generous grant from
The Douglas and Isabelle Crocker Foundation.
|Children 12 & under||Free|
|FSU & Fitchburg Public
School Students, Faculty, & Staff
|City Ward 4B Residents||Free|
|MWCC Students & Staff||Free|
|NEMA/ AAM/ NARM
|FAM Employees +1||Free|
|Active Military & families||Free|
|Ages 13-18 & college students with I.D.||$5|
employees & family
Location & Directions
Sunday, January r 1 (New Year’s Day)
Plastic ImaginationLearn more
Neal Rantoul: MonstersLearn More
Meet THURSTON!We are pleased to announce the results of FAM’s Name This Sculpture! essay contest.
Click here to learn more about Thurston
Global AfricaAn exhibition of classic, contemporary and commissioned art objects including masks, masquerades with videos, photographs, carved portraits, textiles, metal arts as currency, and an interactive Learning Lounge for all ages.
The art, life, and legacy of FAM founder Eleanor Norcross
More Recent Acquisitions: PhotographyLearn More
The Fitchburg Art Museum is a catalyst for learning, creativity, and community building. We accomplish this mission with art historical collections and exhibitions, special exhibitions of contemporary New England art, education programs, public art projects, community partnerships, and creative economy initiatives.
All decisions, initiatives, projects, and programs at the Fitchburg Art Museum reflect our commitment to education and the greater community.