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1201 Pawlings Road

Audubon, PA 19403

610-666-5593

Built in 1762, between 1803 and 1806 Mill Grove served as the first home in America of artist/naturalist John James Audubon.  The historic house and museum features original Audubon art plus examples of every major work published by Audubon including his masterpiece, “The Birds of America” double elephant folio.
Set on a rise overlooking the Perkiomen Creek, Mill Grove is a National Historic Landmark situated in the midst of a picturesque 200 acre wildlife sanctuary. Grounds include over five miles of self-guided hiking and bicycling trails.

Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday from 10am-4pm & Sunday from 1-4pm; closed Mondays and major holidays. Museum admission and Program fees charged.

Grounds: dawn to dusk at no charge; pavilion use by reservation only.

The entrance to Mill Grove is located at the traffic light at Audubon Road and Pawlings Road in Audubon, Pennsylvania 19403. (GPS users enter Norristown 19403.)

Mill Grove is a Montgomery County historic site operated as a partnership between the County of Montgomery and the National Audubon Society.

For driving directions, more information and a calendar of events, please visit: http://pa.audubon.org   or www.montcopa.org/johnjamesauduboncenteratmillgrove