John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove
Mill Grove is the home where John James Audubon (JJA) first lived in America. His home is a national historic landmark and now a museum dedicated to his life. JJA’s work helped to inspire the conservation of America’s wildlife. The museum showcases Audubon’s life and art, including his famous Birds of AmericaDouble Elephant Folio, along with many other displays of his work. Situated on 175 acres and including forest, field, and creek habitats, there are hiking trails and so much more to explore! Find over 150 species birds observed on grounds and non-releasable owls that can be visited in their enclosures.
Trails: 9+ mi, natural surface. Audubon Loop is paved.
Valley Forge Audubon Society Event Calendar
Bike parking is available near the visitor center.
While you’re visiting look out for the Liquid Landscape installation part of Lenapehocking Watershed Art Project.