Arctic exploration artifacts -- and polar bears Collections include Arctic exploration gear, natural history specimens, and art and anthropological material, produced primarily by the Inuit cultures of Labrador and Greenland. Also, large holdings of historic and anthropological photographs and films and a formidable collection of stuffed walruses, polar bears and seals.
14 Unique Perspectives Points of View Art Gallery is located at 18 Pleasant Street in the Brunswick Business Center. The 14 artists present a new show each month from May through October with longer exhibits during the rest of the year. Stop in Monday through Friday (9 am to 5 pm), or join us for the Second Friday Artwalk.
Historic site, museums, and fascinating collections, The Pejepscot History Center serves the Pejepscot region of Brunswick, Topsham and Harpswell, Maine. Established in 1888, it is one of Maine's oldest historical organizations, maintaining a comprehensive research collection and three museums: The Pejepscot Museum, The Skolfield-Whittier House Museum, and The Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum
Frank Brockman Gallery
The Frank Brockman Gallery exhibits the work of authentic and committed abstract artists from Maine and elsewhere.
Currently the Museum and Gardens are open Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 4:00 p.m. Our primary exhibit is a timeline history of the Naval Air Station through photographs dealing with life on the base, the aircraft, squadrons and missions. There are many artifacts to see as well, plus a special exhibit about SERE school—a very realistic training program to show downed pilots and others caught behind enemy lines how to survive, evade, resist and escape their captors. Our flight simulator will let you “fly” just about any aircraft almost anywhere in the world. Do you have what it takes to be a Blue Angel and fly a solo in the Great State of Maine Airshow?”