Pejepscot Museum, Brunswick Maine

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Pejepscot Museum

The Pejepscot Historical Society has been preserving the history of New England since 1888. Located in Brunswick, Maine, the Historical Society maintains the Pejepscot Museum. This is only one of three historical museums established by the Society. The Pejepscot Museum is open year round on weekdays and on Saturday afternoons in the summer. Read More

Named after the Native Americans who once lived in the area of Brunswick, Maine the Pejepscot Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the history of the region. The Museum features changing exhibits and a section specific for the collection of documentary material.

Be sure to put the Pejepscot Museum on your list of attractions to visit while in Brunswick. Each time you visit, there will be something new to see. The Pejepscot Museum's Pejepscot Archives includes all types of materials, the most popular of which is over 15,000 local photographs.

The Museum is located in an 1858 Italianate double mansion at 159 Park Row, Brunswick, Maine. The Museum is open Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. During the summer, you can also visit on Saturday afternoon. Admission is free.