International Migratory Bird Day & Bird-a-thon
International Migratory Bird Day & Bird-a-thon
Come join us as we celebrate International Migratory Bird Day and hold a Bird-a-thon!
“Picturing Mill Grove:  Images of Today – Vision for Tomorrow”
“Picturing Mill Grove: Images of Today – Vision for Tomorrow”
“Picturing Mill Grove:  Images of Today – Vision for Tomorrow” Plein Air Exhibit, Sale and Cocktail Party Friday, April 24, 6:00 pm – 9:00 p.m. Tickets:  $45/couple, $25/one
New - Saturday Bird Walks!
New - Saturday Bird Walks!
New Saturday Bird Walks!! Join us Saturdays beginning February 28th for free, guided bird walks at Mill Grove.
Wayne Art Center and the 5B's!
Wayne Art Center and the 5B's!
Exhibition and Educational Programs Honoring Winged Creatures!
Photo credit: Wayne Art Center
Five Sculptures of the Lost Birds on display at Mill Grove for a full year!
Five Sculptures of the Lost Birds on display at Mill Grove for a full year!
5 Extinct bird sculptures throughout the Mill Grove property is a must-see!
John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove
John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove
The first home in America of artist and naturalist, John James Audubon. Museum Hours: Currently closed for renovations.Sanctuary Grounds: Tuesday thru Sunday 7am - Dusk
Photo credit: Michael Toccino
The Barn at Mill Grove
The Barn at Mill Grove
Mill Grove is a 175 acre bird santuary hosting a large variety of different bird species. Our museum house was built in 1762 with the barn built only a few years later. 
Hike almost 9 miles of trails!
Hike almost 9 miles of trails!
At Mill Grove we have over 4 miles of maintained trails ranging from meadows to steep terrain along the Perkiomen Creek. A 4.5 mile paved trail loops the entire 175 acre property perfect for running, walking or biking. 
Trumpeter Swan, 1838, John James Audubon
Trumpeter Swan, 1838, John James Audubon
See John James Audubon's masterpiece the "Birds of America" double elephant folio on exhibit in the museum house at Mill Grove.

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Office Location

John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove
1201 Pawlings Road
Audubon, PA 19403
610-666-5593
484-831-5305
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Audubon's Birds and Climate Change Report: 314 birds on the brink!

Audubon's newly-released Climate Report sounds the alarm for local birds!
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Wayne Art Center and the 5B's!

Exhibition and Educational Programs Honoring Winged Creatures!
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“Plein Air Painting at Mill Grove” April 17 – 19, 2015

Register Now for "Plein Air Painting at Mill Grove" April 17 - 19, 2015
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Heinz Endowments!

Teaching Kids About Big Mussels and Hellbenders
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Where We Are

1201 Pawlings Road, Audubon Intersection of Audubon Road and Pawlings Road
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Become a Member Today!

Free admission to the museum and special invitations to our events!
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Bird and Botanical Drawing Class

Learn techniques in botanical and natural history drawing at JJAC.  All levels of experien...
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Volunteer at Mill Grove

Help Audubon and Mill Grove by becoming a volunteer! 
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Five Sculptures of the Lost Birds on display at Mill Grove for a full year!

5 Extinct bird sculptures throughout the Mill Grove property!
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Getting Married at Mill Grove

Call Shannon Mullane: 267-455-3521. Book an appointment, tour the facility, all infor...
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Professional Photography Permit Required

Professional Photographers are required to purchase a permit from our gift shop to use the Mill...
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