Surrounded by wildlife in the heart of the Atlantic Flyway, nestled next to Schumaker Pond, the Museum features the world's largest and finest public collection of decorative and antique decoys.
With its 4.5 acre waterfront facility with 12,000 square feet of exhibition space the Ward Museum, associated with Salisbury University, promotes interest in an historic art form that reveals the interconnections of art, nature, and tradition.
The collection and temporary exhibitions focus on wildfowl art, including antique decoys and hunting culture in the early-20th century
Showcasing the foundation's history, its leaders, and its impact in the community and beyond
Highlights regional landscapes by artists from across the eastern shore
Celebrates the centennial of the 1918 Migratory Bird Treaty Act
50 great decoy carvers and their commemorate the foundation's 50th anniversary
Uncovers the local impact of the 1918 Migratory Bird Treaty Act