We are following all guidelines to ensure our guests have a fantastic time exploring Maine’s maritime culture! To encourage physical distancing, we’ve laid out markers set 1 fathom (6 feet) apart, designated suggested routes through spaces, and posted the maximum occupancy outside each building/exhibit space. We encourage our guests to join us in wearing cloth face coverings on campus. All interactive/hands-on components of our exhibits have been removed or disabled, and hand sanitizer is readily available. And please, WASH THOSE HANDS!
Here is a list of all of the buildings and spaces that are currently open to guests:
- Main exhibit galleries
- Percy & Small Shipyard
- Kramer Blacksmith Shop
- Paint & Treenail Shop
- Mill and Joiner Shop
- Small Craft Collection
- Lobstering & the Maine Coast
- Launching a Wooden Vessel Demonstration
- Schooner Mary E (dockside tours)
- Museum Store
Plus, we are excited to introduce a variety of traditional skills demonstrations outdoors in the shipyard, including blacksmithing, wood carving, building a wooden boat, milling lumber, making treenails, steam bending, and more!