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 Business Listings for Old Orchard Beach, ME
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7 Museums in Old Orchard Beach, ME
Brick Store Museum
117 Main Street
Kennebunk 04043
Phone : 207-985-4802
Many of the exhibitions within the Brick Store Museum are enhanced by cell phone-based audio tour content. Visitors can access this additional information by dialing into the tour via their own cell phones. Average recording time is one to two minutes per "stop." This service is offered at no additional cost except for your minutes. There's even a highlights KIDS' TOUR produced by and especially for kids.

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Maine Maritime Museum
243 Washington Street
Bath 04530
Phone : 207-443-1316 Fax : 207-443-1665
Maine Maritime Museum offers a myriad of opportunities to explore Maine’s maritime heritage and culture and to experience the mystique of Maine.

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Old Orchard Beach Historical Society
4 Portland Avenue
Old Orchard Beach 04064
Phone : 207-934-9319
Feature historical memorabilia on the Old Orchard Beach area since the 17th Century.

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Saco Bay Artists Gallery
265 Main Street
Biddeford 04005
Phone : 207-294-3322
The gallery is comprised of a collection of original paintings, prints, sculpture, photography an cards from seventy local artists.

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Saco Museum
371 Main Street
Saco 04072
Phone : 207-283-3861 Fax : 207-283-0754
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 third oldest museum in Maine. The Saco Museum was founded in March of 1866 as the York Institute by a group of men from widely different backgrounds, who shared an interest in the pursuit of knowledge. Their pledge was that none of them should die in possession of an uncommunicated historical fact. The stated purpose of the organization was "to promote the study of Natural History; encourage Science and Art; also to collect and preserve whatever relates to the Natural and Civic history of York County."

The first president of the Institute was John Johnson, who had been an early pioneer in the science of photography and was respected for his important chemical experiments and scientific lectures. The first members included the artist Charles Henry Granger, (Click here for more information about Granger's work and some examples) author and publisher John S. Locke, and the noted historian John Wingate Thornton, as well as prominent doctors, lawyers, and businessmen. By the 1880's the Institute could boast of members from across the United States, and corresponding members from all over the world, including Dom Pedro, the Emperor of Brazil. In 1891 the Institute accepted women as members, and soon welcomed the celebrated author Sarah Orne Jewett to the membership.

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Seashore Trolley Museum
PO Box A, Kennebunkport
Kennebunk 04046
Phone : 207-967-2800
Largest collection of trolley cars in the world. Countryside rides on historic rides.

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Willowbrook at New field
19th Century Willowbrook Village, P.O. Box 28, 70 Elm Street
Newfields 04056
Phone : 207-793-2784
Restored 19th Century village with 36 building and 11,000 artifacts including 1894 carousel

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