Historical Sites Near Me in Scarborough, ME
649A U.S. Route One, Scarborough, ME
HistoryThe Scarborough Historical Society was established in 1961 to protect the rich history, heritage, and traditions of Scarborough. Pieces of t... Read More
1270 Westbrook Street, Portland, ME
Tate House Museum is the only colonial house open to the public in Portland. It is a well-preserved example of Georgian architecture, furnished wit... Read More
142 Free Street, Portland, ME
Mission Statement:The Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine exists to inspire discovery and imagination through exploration and play.The Museum ... Read More
Seven Congress Square, Portland, ME
As the largest art museum in the state of Maine, the Portland Museum of Art serves as a vital cultural resource for all who visit. The Museum's col... Read More
138 Congress Street, Portland, ME
History of the TowerIn 1807 Captain Lemuel Moody (1768-1846), ordered construction of this octagonal, 86-foot high tower on Munjoy Hill to serve as... Read More
58 Fore Street, Portland, ME
Mission: The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company & Museum collects, preserves, displays, interprets, and operates historic railroad equipment ... Read More
Fort Road – SMCC Campus, South Portland, ME
Founded in 1987, Portland Harbor Museum is an exciting place to explore and celebrate the rich maritime history of Portland Harbor. Located on the ... Read More
1000 Shore Road, Cape Elizabeth, ME
The Museum at Portland Head Light is contained within the former Keepers' Quarters. The award winning Museum contains a number of lighthouse lenses... Read More
371 Main Street, Saco, ME
About Us:Located on Saco's historic Main Street, the Saco Museum is a regional museum of fine and decorative arts and historic artifacts. It is the... Read More
195 Log Cabin Road, Kennebunkport, ME
Mission Statement The Seashore Trolley Museum, a primarily volunteer not-for-profit organization, is the operating entity of the New England Elect... Read More
P.O. Box 641, Portland, ME
The 470 Railroad Club traces its origin to a rainy Sunday in June of 1954 when the Maine Central Railroad scheduled the final run of a steam l... Read More
117 Main Street, Kennebunk, ME
Mission:The mission of the Brick Store Museum is to ignite personal connections to local history, art, and culture through exhibitions, education, ... Read More
1099 Post Rd Route 1, Wells, ME
A plaque here commemorates the site of Storer Garrison to remind visitors of the century of warfare between the British colonial settlers of the re... Read More
1181 Post Road, Wells, ME
The Wells Auto Museum is a collection of over 80 antique and classic cars. Our Collection spans over a century of automotive history and includes m... Read More
707 Shaker Road, New Gloucester, ME
The Sabbathday Lake Shaker Museum is located within the perimeters of the only active and functioning Shaker Community in the world. The museum was... Read More
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