Historic site museums and fascinating collections The Pejepscot Historical Society 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
Currently the Museum and Gardens are open Wednesdays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Sundays from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. We have a great exhibit room that displays information on the timeline for the life of the base, the aircraft, the mission, base life and the squadrons. We have a few artifacts on display as well. The flight simulator is fully operational. Come in and fly any of the planes that were stationed here or a considerable list of other aircraft. Even a Blue Angel F-18 Hornet. See if you've got what it takes to fly a solo airshow at NAS Brunswick.
A visit to Castle Tucker offers a glimpse into the everyday life of Mollie and Richard Tucker and their five children at the turn of the twentieth century. With three generations of family possessions on view, Castle Tucker is a time capsule that echoes with the voices of a remarkable Maine family. Please visit nearby Nickels-Sortwell House.
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.
Oil paintings of Harpswell and the Midcoast painted in a modern Maine style by Matt Barter. Modern sculptures and wood reliefs.
We use the lessons of the Nazi Holocaust and other genocides to combat prejudice and discrimination in Maine and beyond. We encourage individuals and communities to reflect and act upon their ethical and moral responsibilities in our modern world.
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.