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OPEN DAILY 9:30 to 5

Event Series Shipyards & Lighthouses Cruise (1 hour)

Shipyards & Lighthouses Cruise (1 hour)

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath

Shipyards & Lighthouses Cruise Board the museum's comfortable cruise boat Merrymeeting to explore the lower Kennebec River where American shipbuilding began more than 400 years ago and continues today! Cruise up the river to Bath Iron Works and for spectacular views of the Navy's most advanced ships under construction. Downriver, enjoy a water view of the museum's historic Percy & Small Shipyard, as well as an up-close look at two of the Kennebec River's famed lighthouses: Doubling Point Light and the Kennebec Range Lights.  There's something for everyone on this cruise! Members $31; nonmembers $38; child (6-12) $21; under 6 $6 Cruise fees include museum admission.

Maritime History in Downtown Bath: Walking Tour

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath

This 90-minute immersive, interactive outdoor walking tour focuses on the past 400+ years of the historic and quaint downtown of Bath, Maine, the fourth largest seaport in America during its 19th century heyday. Join local guide, Meg Barker, as she introduces you to the dynamic landmarks found in downtown Bath. Discover Bath's story while walking among the charming period buildings, hearing unique stories, and uncovering hidden gems. Led by an educator, this tour is designed for those who love history and offers something for everyone. You will leave with a new appreciation for Bath, local and American maritime history. Approximately 90 minutes long, 1 mile, over pavement and sidewalks with some medium hills, tour begins in Waterfront Park in Bath, ME. August 16, 4:30-6 pm; August 27, 12-1:30 pm; September 25, 12-1:30 pm Members $17.50; nonmembers $21.00

Event Series Shipyards & Lighthouses Cruise (1 hour)

Shipyards & Lighthouses Cruise (1 hour)

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath

Shipyards & Lighthouses Cruise Board the museum's comfortable cruise boat Merrymeeting to explore the lower Kennebec River where American shipbuilding began more than 400 years ago and continues today! Cruise up the river to Bath Iron Works and for spectacular views of the Navy's most advanced ships under construction. Downriver, enjoy a water view of the museum's historic Percy & Small Shipyard, as well as an up-close look at two of the Kennebec River's famed lighthouses: Doubling Point Light and the Kennebec Range Lights.  There's something for everyone on this cruise! Members $31; nonmembers $38; child (6-12) $21; under 6 $6 Cruise fees include museum admission.

Event Series Mary E Kennebec River Sail (2.5 hours)

Mary E Kennebec River Sail (2.5 hours)

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath

Sail down the Kennebec aboard the historic schooner Mary E; now on the National Register of Historic Places and the only Kennebec-built schooner still afloat. Help us set and trim sails as our crew share tales from her colorful history, or just sit back and enjoy this unforgettable experience. You'll pass by the site of the Thomas E. Hagan yard where Mary E was built in 1906, see Doubling Point Light and the Kennebec Range Lights and get a unique view of Navy vessels under construction at Bath Iron Works. Space is limited; book your seats now. Running Friday and Saturday at 4 pm June 4-26;  Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday at 4 pm July 2-September 29. Members $45; nonmembers $56; 12 and under $45

Maine Maritime Museum