F E A T U R E S
1000 Islands Museum of Clayton
The Museum hosts the international Decoy & Wildlife Art Show & Auction
held annually the third weekend in July.
The American Museum of Fly Fishing
The Antique Boat Museum
Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum
Barnegat Bay Decoy & Baymen's Museum
The Barnegat Bay Decoy & Baymen's Museum has evolved into the Tuckerton Seaport, a 40-acre recreation of a 19th- and early 20th-century Baymen's village. Visitors will enjoy living history at its best, as they explore thirteen (eventually to be thirty) recreated buildings and watch costumed trade and craftsmen and women bring the area's rich maritime history to life. Boatbuilders, oystermen and clammers, whalers, lighthouse keepers, ship captains and others are on hand to demonstrate the day to day life of the coastal New Jersey village of yesterday. Hands-on workshops for individuals are available in the Folklife Center. Call for pricing and schedule. Public Tours, Demonstrations and Programs are available from May through mid-September, and during the school year hands-on programs for school groups provide an engaging experience of culture and history for any age level. Hours: Open daily, 10AM to 5PM. Call to confirm before visiting. Admission: Adults 13-61 - $8; Seniors 62+ - $6; Children 6-12 - $3; Children 5 and under FREE.
Bucks County Historical Society
Fennimore carved the bird depicted on the 2003 New Jersey Duck stamp and will demonstrate his skill with Delaware River decoys.
The Canadian Canoe Museum
Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum
Charles Perdew Museum
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
Core Sound Waterfowl Museum
Harkers Island, North Carolina. 15 different communities, including the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum. Dedicated to preserving local art, lore, culture and history, the guild established the area's first museum in 1992.
Havre de Grace Decoy Museum
Havre de Grace Decoy Museum. Giles & Market Sts. This heritage is traced at the Havre de Grace Decoy Museum through a variety of exhibits. For anyone interested in waterfowl and the culture that has built up around them, it's a treasure trove. The Decoy Museum is surrounded by quaint charms of Havre de Grace. Browse the antique shops, dine at a cozy seafood restaurant, stroll the promenade and enjoy the beauty of the Bay. We invite you to come and discover the folk art of decoy making and waterfowling traditions that make Havre de Grace the Decoy Capital of the World.
Illinois State Museum - Harvesting the River Exhibit
State Museum in Springfield, the Meredosia River Museum in Meredosia, and the Lakeview Museum in Peoria have collections of hand-made carved decoys.
Milwaukee Public Museum -- Decoys
Collection History. The Waterfowl & Shorebird Decoy Collection was begun in 1966 by Museum artist William Schultz.
National Wild Turkey Federation
The Noyes Museum
As the only art museum in the region, The Noyes seeks to serve residents fine and folk art, plus an exceptional collection of vintage bird decoys.
Oshkosh Public Museum
A working seaport village and museum
The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art
Located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, in Salisbury, the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art at Salisbury University, is nestled next to Schumaker Pond. Surrounded by wildlife in the heart of the Atlantic Flyway, the Museum features the world's largest and finest public collection of decorative and antique decoys. Changing exhibits which feature the finest examples of antique decoys from the Ward Museum collection and from other collectors' shelves across the country. Put the Ward Museum on your agenda for places to visit - enjoy the galleries, special events you can take part in, youth and adult educational classes (which include carving how-to's), group tours and seminars.
R. Madison Mitchell Endowment Trust
The R. Madison Mitchell Endowment Trust was established to continue his legacy through the work of the Havre de Grace Decoy Museum.
Depictions of bird species found along our waterways.