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Meet the Director

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath, ME, United States

Last year, Maine Maritime Museum named Chris Timm Executive Director. Join us for an informal coffee and Q&A to hear about what the museum has in store for 2023 & beyond!

Boatshop Yard Sale

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath, ME, United States

For the first time, the Boatshop Yard Sale will also be on Community Day! Attention earlybirds, we will begin at 9 am! What can you expect? TOOLS! Power tools, heirloom-quality tools, woodworking and boatbuilding tools, right at the Boatshop on 263 Washington St.

Community Day

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath, ME, United States

Join us for our annual kick-off to the summer season! Admission is FREE and cruise tickets are just $10 (available at the door). Don't miss the raising of the flags over the Wyoming with a cannon salute at noon. Plus, tour the historic Percy & Small Shipyard, enjoy traditional skills demonstrations, and explore all of the museum's exhibits.

Event Series Sensory Friendly Hours

Sensory Friendly Hours

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath, ME, United States

We are pleased to offer a special, a quieter and more controlled environment within the Maritime History Building to welcome visitors with sensory sensitivities. During this time, we are open to the public and regular admission rates apply. 

Annual Gala & Online Auction

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath, ME, United States

Join us in the Percy & Small Shipyard for one incredible evening to celebrate Maine Maritime Museum and support all of the work the museum does, from exhibits, lectures, and workshops, to school programs, blacksmithing, and boatbuilding skills.

Event Series Sensory Friendly Hours

Sensory Friendly Hours

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath, ME, United States

We are pleased to offer a special, a quieter and more controlled environment within the Maritime History Building to welcome visitors with sensory sensitivities. During this time, we are open to the public and regular admission rates apply. 

Event Series Sensory Friendly Hours

Sensory Friendly Hours

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath, ME, United States

A special, a quieter and more controlled environment within the Maritime History Building to welcome visitors with sensory sensitivities. During this time, we are open to the public and regular admission rates apply. 

Music, Masts, & Lobster Traps: A Celebration of Maine’s Lobstering Heritage

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath, ME, United States

“Music, Masts, and Lobster Traps” will be held on Sunday, August 27 at Maine Maritime Museum in Bath. Special daytime events will celebrate Maine's lobstering heritage. The event will culminate in a late afternoon performance by Maine’s own The Mallett Brothers Band. During regular museum admission, 9:30am – 3:00pm: The Maine Maritime Museum is hosting special daytime activities celebrating Maine’s maritime heritage which are included with regular Museum admission. Demonstrations and educational exhibits highlighting Maine’s working waterfront heritage will include a lobster education center, a trap building demonstration, aquaculture demonstration, pogie seining exhibit, emergency survival raft and gear demonstration, Abenaki tribe drum circle and history exhibit, lobster boat, schooner, tour cruises and more! Food and drink from Long Reach Kitchen and Highroller Lobster Company will be available starting at 12pm. (MLA members who show current membership card will receive free admission to dayside activities. Concert ticket will need to be purchased separately). 3:00 - 6:30pm: Concert: Music, Masts, & Lobster Traps featuring the Mallett Brothers Band. Concert gate opens at 3pm, Maine folk artist Paddy Mills will take to the stage at 3:30 prior to the headline act, The Mallett Brothers Band. Guests with tickets to the concert event will also have access to a beer garden hosted by Mast Landing Brewery, XTRATUF, and Rugged Seas where a new, special brew honoring our maritime heritage will be unveiled. In addition, Mere Point Oyster Company will be shucking flavorful Maine oysters. Guests who wish to purchase tickets to the dayside event can do so at the Maine Maritime Museum. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Maine Lobstermen’s Community Alliance (MLCA) which, with support from the Maine Lobstermen’s Association (MLA), is working to ensure a vibrant future for Maine’s fishing families and the communities in which they live and work. FMI: https://mlcalliance.org/events/music-masts-lobster-traps/

Driftwood Mobile Workshop with Chris Toy

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath, ME, United States

Share an afternoon with artist and educator, Chris Toy, to build your own balanced driftwood mobile sculpture. Toy will share the tips and tricks of using natural materials such as wood, shells, wire, and found objects to build your own take-home work of art using the force of balance.

Community Day

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath, ME, United States

Join us for our annual kick-off to the summer season! Admission is FREE and cruise tickets are just $12 (available at the door). Don't miss the raising of the flags over the Wyoming with a cannon salute at noon. Plus, tour the historic Percy & Small Shipyard, enjoy traditional skills demonstrations, and explore all of the museum's exhibits.

Annual Gala & Online Auction

Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington St, Bath, ME, United States

Join us in the Percy & Small Shipyard for one incredible evening to celebrate Maine Maritime Museum and support all of the work the museum does, from exhibits, lectures, and workshops, to school programs, blacksmithing, and boatbuilding skills.

Maine Maritime Museum