From Feb 20-March 15, 2024, our Main Hall is close for Insulation/renovation. Our Upstairs Gallery (Viktor’s musical instrument) and outdoor sculpture park remains open to the public.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

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We are open everyday, 7 days a week, our winter hour is 10AM-4PM, please call 617-699-6401  to let us know when you are coming. The Admission to the Museum is $15/regular, $10/over 65 and under 14.

Try our newly developed QR Code Self-Tour tools to enjoy our art grounds online:

Zone 1: In front of the building

Zone 2: Yin’s Garden

Zone 3: Owl Garden

QR Code: New Art Archeology stone pile

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Our art grounds are open to the public every day 10am to 6pm. Please call 617-699-6401 to make an appointment ahead of time so we can receive you. To visit, park in front of the big wooden hammer and come into the red Museum building to pay the admission $15/regular, $10/over 65. We accept cash, venmo and cashapp.

THANK YOU! THE CHRONICLE (Channel 5 TV) has featured our New Art Archeology stone pile in the program entitled “Rock Stars: Stone art comes to life in New England.” Chronicle streams the show on their website WCVB Chronicle      Chronicle YouTube.

ACTON BIG-FOOT by Viktor Lois

Viktor and Big Foot

This 23-feet, 7.5 tons steel sculpture was installed on the art grounds in September 2021 when we are just come out from the “dormant period” caused by the pandemic.

We have renamed this art ground YV ART MUSEUM = “WHY WE ART MUSEUM” (administered by the Contemporary Arts International CAI). “YV” refers to Yin Peet and Viktor Lois whose artworks are the anchor of the Museum, “We” refers to the artists who had taken residencies at the art grounds and/or had participated in our New Art Archeology program, and donate their excellent artwork to our permanent collection. Together, we are realizing this legendary art mission.

This 23-feet, 7.5 tons steel sculpture was installed on the art grounds in September 2021 when we  just came out from the “dormant period” caused by the pandemic.