» Maine Sites - Maine Museums
  • Maine Maritime Museum - Founded in 1962, Maine Maritime Museum collects, preserves and interprets materials relating to the maritime history of Maine
  • Milbridge Historical Society Museum - Milbridge Historical Society Museum in Milbridge, downeast Maine, has exhibits and programs about the history of Milbridge and surrounding communities
  • Abbe Museum - Bar Harbor - The Abbe Museum is dedicated to furthering the understanding and appreciation of Maine’s Native American cultures, history and archaeology through exhibitions, educational programs and research. A private, not-for-profit institution, the museum is devoted solely to preserving and celebrating the heritage of all four Native communities in Maine: Maliseet, Micmac, Passamaquoddy and Penobscot.
  • Maine Discovery Museum - Bangor, Maine - Maine Discovery Museum, open February 2001, is Too Much Fun. Filled with three floors of exciting interactive exhibits, and seven major exhibit areas, Maine Discovery Museum is the largest children’s museum north of Boston
  • The Davistown Museum - The Davistown Museum is a tool, regional history and art museum. It offers resources for learning about tools and their history, understanding and preserving the history of the area, and viewing and learning about art and artists in Maine. It includes an extensive collection of eighteenth and nineteenth century hand tools, an annual art exhibition featuring contemporary Maine artists, a library, and archives. Its website offers resources to complement its onsite presentations of the history of tools, art, regional and state history, environmental history, and the interrelationships between them