Re/Framing the View: Nineteenth Century American Landscapes The Buzzards Bay Viewing Walk - New Bedford Whaling Museum
Buzzards Bay walk

Brainard Marsh, Marion, MA

Saturday, December 3 | 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Space is limited. Advance Registration is required.

Re/Framing the View: Nineteenth Century American Landscapes

The Buzzards Bay Viewing Walk

Sippican Lands Trust

Enjoy walking down a small wooden boardwalk through a marsh to a beach with a view of upper portions of Buzzards Bay and a view over to Cromesett Point in Wareham. While there, you can also catch a glimpse of an osprey pole at the beach where nesting osprey come back every year! Brainard Marsh is a 7-acre parcel of land located along Buzzards Bay in Marion and was donated to Sippican Lands Trust by the Brainard Family. Brainard Marsh features a lovely meadow, pond and small beachfront.

Trailhead is located at 320 Delano Road, Marion, MA 02738

Parking for Brainard Marsh is located near the corner of Bass Point Road and Delano Road in Marion, MA (look for the Sippican Lands Trust’s Brainard Marsh sign). Parking is limited and please be careful while parking vehicles in the parking area.

This program is being offered rain or shine. In the event of wet weather, wear protective clothing and good boots. In the case of dangerous conditions, we will notify participants of a cancellation 24-hours prior.

This program is being offered as a partnership between the Sippican Lands Trust and the New Bedford Whaling Museum in concert with the rotating exhibition Re/Framing the View: Nineteenth-Century American Landscapes.

This program is being offered as a partnership between the Sippican Lands Trust and the New Bedford Whaling Museum in concert with the rotating exhibition Re/Framing the View: Nineteenth-Century American Landscapes.

To learn more about the exhibition visit: https://www.whalingmuseum.org/exhibition/reframing-the-view/

To learn more about the Sippican Lands Trust visit: https://sippicanlandstrust.org/membership/

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