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The Wilhelm Reich Museum

19 Orgonon Circle

About the Museum:
The Wilhelm Reich Museum is owned and operated by The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust which was established in Reich’s Last Will and Testament, signed on March 8, 1957, just days before his imprisonment. In his Will, Reich states that:

“I made the consideration of secure transmission to future generations of a vast empire of scientific accomplishment the guide in my last dispositions. To my mind the foremost task to be fulfilled was to safeguard the truth about my life and work against distortion and slander after my death.”

To achieve this, Reich established The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust Fund (now known as the Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust) as the legal entity charged with administering his Estate.


Sue Cobb

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
My son and I arranged for a tour in May. The museum itself was probably one of the least informative museums I've ever been in, but the whole scene was fascinating nonetheless. I came away baffled as to why Wilhelm Reich was persecuted, what sort of loyalty or fascination allowed his lab to be preserved to this day, and what relevance of this strange story has today. I recommend going for the experience -- it's a beautiful part of Maine -- with an open mind and an appetite for the strange.

Sharon Cornell

Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017
I attended the Sunday afternoon Nature Program today with my grandson. It was the Maine Wildlife talk. He listened to every word then looked at everything the ranger had put out on display. There were over 30 people there. Your nature programs are a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

Forrest Borie

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Elena Grogin

Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017

johnny white

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

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