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In 1893, the State of Maine Building was constructed in Chicago for the World's Columbian Exposition. When the expo ended, the octagonal structure made of granite and wood with...
The original 1822 Oxford County Jail is now a community library and museum displaying local history. The granite building, with bars still covering the windows, is named in honor...
Enjoy items from regional history with Civil War artifacts at the General Joshua Chamberlain House and 1858 Captain Alfred Skolfield-Whittier House.
Next to the only active and functioning Shaker community in the world, explore this sacred place of work and worship to learn about the "truths" of the Shakerism.
Enjoy a guided tour of the stars that you will never forget. See the Moon, planets, galaxies, nebulas, star clusters, and supernovas through a 12" telescope... Then digitally...
Features exhibitions, lecturres, gallery talks and other programs.
The museum collections include Arctic exploration gear, natural history specimens, and art and anthropological material, produced primarily by the Inuit cultures of Labrador and...
This museum is a rural farmhouse that features historic tools, costumes, quilts, industry and recreation.
See the old jail and jailer's house, built in 1839 with exhibits and artifacts relating to local history.
Experience the sights and sounds of the Victorian era at this 1852 sea captain's mansion. The collection includes restored musical boxes, player pianos, and refurbished rooms.
Exhibitions of paintings by Maine artists.
Features two historiic properties, the Harrington House that contains a museum, archives and museum store and Pettengill Farm an early 19th century salt water farm on 120 acres.
Harrington House serves as the home of the Freeport Historical Society and features Exhibits, Educational Programs, Historical Walking Tours, Perennial Gardens, Archives and a...