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Exhibits of model boats from collectors of artists up and down the coast of Maine. Model plastic boats built to full accurate and operational models.
See over 200 of Wendell Gilley's woodcarvings and art related to wildlife.
Exhibits on anthropology, archeology and ethnology.
An ecologists dream experience. See the Lobster Hatchery, Marsh Tour and the Maine Lobster Museum. Outdoor picnic area, salt pond and gazebo as well as a gift shop.
Enjoy the botanical gardens and natural history specimens.
Regional local history museum and 2 historic outbuildings.
This museum has a collection of antique cars and motorcycles.
First established in 1919 as Lafayette National Park and changed to Acadia National Park in 1929, the 41,973 acres of land consists of campsites, picnic areas, restaurants,...
Whale skeletons, taxidermy specimens, environmental exhibits are a few of the things you will find here.
View local Bar Harbor history with photographs, newspapers, scrapbooks and more.
This museum and nature center was home of noted naturalist, Cordelia Stanwood. It consists of furniture, wood carvings, pioneer photography.
Housed in the Old East Franklin Church, this museum houses exhibits of farming tools, lumbering and shipbuilding items, granite work tools.
This museum is a collection of historic homes, the 1921 Wilson Museum, 1763 John Perkins House, Hearse house and Castine's summer and winter horsedrawn hearses, blacksmith shop...
Features shipbuilding, old methods of fishing, a recreated general store, changing exhibits by local artists and more.
This museum included collections from the Independent Telephone Companies and the Bell Companies.