The Art Complex Museum
189 Alden Street
P.O. Box 2814
Duxbury, MA 02331
781-934-6634

The Art Complex Museum is a contemporary structure of glass and wood on over thirteen acres of open fields and woodlands. 

The Art Complex Museum is a contemporary structure of glass and wood on over thirteen acres of open fields and woodlands.  It serves as a center for regional arts and for the collections of the Carl A. Weyerhaeuser family.  Exhibitions offer much variety including contemporary artists, group and traveling shows and works from the collection, known for its strengths in Shaker furniture, prints, American paintings and Asian art.  Museum programs include Japanese Tea Ceremony Presentations, concerts, lectures, workshops and classes – many of which are free.  In 2011, the museum will celebrate its fortieth anniversary with many special programs and festivities.

Directions:
From Boston: Rte 3 south to exit 11.  Turn right on Rte. 14 East.  Two miles to first traffic light at Route 3A.  Turn Right, Alden Street is first left. 

 

Hours:
Wednesday - Sunday, 1pm - 4pm, free.
Call ahead for group tours.



Public Transportation:
No public transportation