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909 South Schumaker Drive
Salisbury, MD 21804
410.742.4988

Museum Hours

Mon - Sat: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sun: 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Program Calendar

Our program calendar is updated regularly. Some events may require pre-registration and may not take place at the Museum so you will want to view the program details.  To do this, click on an event in the calendar.  If you would like us to keep you informed about upcoming programs, please subscribe to one or more of our email newsletters. 

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Learn how to craft with words or improve a current skill. Campers ages 13 - 18 will be reading and writing poetry, short stories, and plays through the week that will end in a culmination of works they themselves created.

Oh the places we'll go! Each day of camp will be built around a Dr. Seuss classic story accompanied with a Dr. Seuss adventure. This camp is for children ages 4 - 8.

Learn how to use a camera and edit your pictures, then enter the Art in Nature Photography Festival. Campers ages 13 through 18 can participate. Cameras need to be provided by campers or their parents. This camp will take place Monday, August 8th through Friday, August 10th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily.

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)
Go on a bird walk every Tuesday at the Ward Museum starting at 9am in the lobby with Ward education staff.Join local birders, Ward Museum staff, and SU students and faculty asthey collect data on local migrating bird populations and submit thatdata into the Cornell Lab of Ornithology'seBird citizen science program. eBird provides the opportunity tocollect real data for real scientific purposes. The need for this datais particularly great on the lower Eastern Shore of Maryland, wherenumerous...
The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)
Go on a bird walk every Tuesday at the Ward Museum starting at 9am in the lobby with Ward education staff.Join local birders, Ward Museum staff, and SU students and faculty asthey collect data on local migrating bird populations and submit thatdata into the Cornell Lab of Ornithology'seBird citizen science program. eBird provides the opportunity tocollect real data for real scientific purposes. The need for this datais particularly great on the lower Eastern Shore of Maryland, wherenumerous...
The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)

Join museum educators in the museum's lobby from 10 a.m. to Noon on the 3rd Saturday of each month for this new family art program that is fun for all ages.  Your family can drop-in, make and take fun art creations home with you. All children should be accompanied by an adult. Crafts available while supplies last.

Nurture your little artist.  Whether it’s mixing colors, sculpting clay, folding origami, or crafting pieces from recycled materials, they’ll learn it all at the Ward Museum and have a fabulous time too! $100 for Family-level Ward Museum Members; $125 for all others Ages 5-12 years.

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)
Go on a bird walk every Tuesday at the Ward Museum starting at 9am in the lobby with Ward education staff.Join local birders, Ward Museum staff, and SU students and faculty asthey collect data on local migrating bird populations and submit thatdata into the Cornell Lab of Ornithology'seBird citizen science program. eBird provides the opportunity tocollect real data for real scientific purposes. The need for this datais particularly great on the lower Eastern Shore of Maryland, wherenumerous...

Explore the wondrous, diverse world of insects. Discover a variety of insects, learn their different body parts, and practice identifying them during an insect safari around the Ward Museum.

Girl Scout Daisy through Junior.

Campers ages 6 to 12 will learn how to turn recycled objects into awesome art projects with our Upcycling summer camp. Take ordinary every day objects and make them into something that will be treasured forever.

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)
Go on a bird walk every Tuesday at the Ward Museum starting at 9am in the lobby with Ward education staff.Join local birders, Ward Museum staff, and SU students and faculty asthey collect data on local migrating bird populations and submit thatdata into the Cornell Lab of Ornithology'seBird citizen science program. eBird provides the opportunity tocollect real data for real scientific purposes. The need for this datais particularly great on the lower Eastern Shore of Maryland, wherenumerous...