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Mill Grove

Address:  1201 Pawlings Road, Audubon, PA 19403

Phone: 610-666-5593

Built in 1762 with the profits from a successful grist and lumber mill on the property, the historic house has overlooked the Perkiomen Creek for over 260 years. In 1803 the house became the first home in America (and only one left still standing) of renowned artist and naturalist John James Audubon. This National Historic Landmark is situated in the midst of over 200 acres of wildlife sanctuary. Dotted with miles of walking trails, the property not only offers a historic house museum but a new state of the art science and conservation center. See an original copy of Audubon’s masterpiece The Birds of America, his lesser-known Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, as well as multitudes of other various rotating artwork. Learn about birds, science, art, and history all in one convenient location situated just minutes from routes 76, 202, 422, and the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Visitor Center & Museum open: Wednesday through Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm

(Call for holiday hours)

Historic House open: Wednesday through Sundays at 1:00pm (Guided tours only. You Must sign up at Visitor Center before tour to join.)

Grounds open: Every day during daylight hours only – no charge

Museum admission and Program fees apply. Group Tours by reservation only.

For more information:

Call:       610-666-5594

Email:    millgrove@audubon.org

Visit:     http://johnjames.audubon.org