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Free Admission the Entire Month of July
Admission to the Audubon Museum is FREE every Monday in July. Bring your family and friends and explore the life of the world-famous bird artist through an original collection of art and artifacts.
At 1 PM on Museum Mondays, the curator will lead a “Turn-the-Page” tour of one of Audubon’s art books. One lucky visitor will assist the curator in selecting an image to display.
Along with the daily “Turn-the-Page” tour, museum staff will facilitate a self-guided family scavenger hunt. And, on "Museum Mondays" only, visitors get 50% off all Audubon prints sold in the Museum Store.

Become a Friend

Friends of Audubon is a non-profit organization established to enhance the public’s enjoyment and understanding of the natural wonders of John James Audubon State Park as well as the artistic and cultural treasures housed in the world-class museum. There is a constant need for money to maintain the works of art, to ensure they are properly displayed and cared for, and to develop and produce programs and exhibits. Your membership in the Friends of Audubon will help fund those needs as well as keep you informed of related news and progress. Please consider joining and helping us preserve what we have today for tomorrow’s visitors.

Join today and enjoy:
* FREE and Unlimited Admission to the Museum
* 10% Discount at the Museum Store (including the purchase of Audubon prints)
* Invitations to special events and lectures
* Discounts on other park programs and activities
* A free, quarterly newsletter and calendar of events  

Find Us On:
Book a cottage any Sunday, Monday, or Tuesday in July and pay just $69.95! Call today for this special rate and enjoy a mini-vacation in one of our quaint, cool cottages. For more information on cottage amenities or photos, click on the "Park Info" link on this page and "Cottages." We hope to see you soon!

JULY 12, 13 & 14: ART STUDIO FOR KIDS 10-11:30 a.m. Fee: $22 This 3-day art workshop gives aspiring young artists the opportunity to learn and play in several artistic mediums. Pre-registration is required, class size limited to 15. All materials are included. JULY 16: HANDS-ON CLAY 10 a.m.- Noon Fee: FREE Have you ever wanted to make a clay pot on a potter’s wheel? Everyone can make their own take-home pot with the help of Albert Bauman, potter, storyteller and musician. Join us at the Campground Shelter and try your hand at creating a work of art!