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Merchant Mariners Muster

Search our database of Maine ships' crews from the late 18th to the early 20th centuries.

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OPENING JULY 26, 2015: LOBSTERING & THE MAINE COAST

Check out this preview of what's planned.

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Spring/Summer Boatshop Workshops

Spring/Summer Boatshop Workshops

Whether you're looking to gain woodworking skills by building a set of Shaker boxes, learn the art of nautical wood carving or construct your own wooden kayak, we have a class for you!

 

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Notes from the Orlop

Notes from the Orlop

In Notes From the Orlop, Curator of Exhibits Chris Hall shares insight on some of the most extrodinary, intriguing, and unexpected items in the museum's collection, from this 14-ton engine to 19th century brooches made of human hair. Check it out!

 

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Get Your Tickets for The City That Ships Built Trolley Tour

Get Your Tickets for The City That Ships Built Trolley Tour

Learn the stories of the prominent shipbuilders who helped build Bath on our trolley tour of the city - Historic Bath: The City That Ships Built. Our guide will share the history behind some of Bath's most recognizable homes, and ...

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Maine Maritime Museum

243 Washington Street
Bath, Maine 04530