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Maritime Museum
This is Maine. The rest is history.

Welcome to Maine Maritime Museum

— Bath, Maine —

Experience Maine’s seafaring history on the banks of the Kennebec River. Open year round, our 20-acre waterfront campus includes indoor galleries, the country’s only surviving historic wooden shipyard, a working boat shop, a newly restored 1906 schooner, and more!  Learn more >


The Even Keel Cafe is Open

We’re excited to announce that food service has returned to the museum! Guests can now visit the Even Keel Cafe in the historic shipyard seven days a week from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Changing offerings include hotdogs, sandwiches, hot coffee, cold sodas, and baked goods. Stop by and see Laurel to grab a sandwich to go before you board your cruise!

Charter Merrymeeting for Your Next Event!

Planning a family reunion, birthday party, or graduation celebration? Book a private charter on the cruise boat Merrymeeting for an unforgettable evening on the water! With plenty of space for up to 50 guests, the M/V Merrymeeting features an airy main deck, as well as open air upper deck and bow seating. Merrymeeting is equipped with two heads (restrooms) and a bar service area.

The BIW Story is Back!

The popular Bath Iron Works Story: By Land & Sea tour is back for the 2021 season! This combination trolley tour/cruise includes a tour of the exhibit BIW: Building America’s Navy, a guided trolley ride past Bath Iron Works, and a one-hour narrated boat cruise. This experience offers an inside look at Maine’s iconic shipyard, and an incredible opportunity to view the world’s most high-tech vessels in the water. Seating is extremely limited; book your spot now!


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A Sailor’s Treasure: Sea Chests & Curiosities

On view through June 14, 2021

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Broadside: The Power of Print in the Maritime World

On view through January 30, 2022

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Experience Maine’s maritime history and culture!

From lighthouses to lobstering, … Explore>

Maine Maritime Museum