- Rocks and Minerals; Shells.
- Pre-historic artifacts from North and South America.
- A series of exhibits from Europe and Africa: illustrating the growth of man’s ability to fashion tools - from the early Paleolithic, through the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages.
- Six dioramas constructed (1926) by Ned J. Burns, of the American Museum of Natural History: two dioramas represent life of the Paleolithic, and the Neolithic and Bronze Ages; another shows the megalithic temple, Stonehenge; and the remaining three depict Native American life.
- Various cultures of Africa, Oceania, North and South America.
- Early Weapons and Firearms.
- Local History.
- Ship Models.
- 19th Century Carpenter’s tools, Farm and Household equipment.
- Reconstructed Kitchen of 1805 and Victorian Parlor.
- Special Exhibits each summer - generated from the Museum’s diverse collections.
- Archival Material relating to Castine’s history.
Open: May 27 - September 30
Weekdays 10 am - 5 pm, Saturday & Sunday 2 - 5 pm
John Perkins House The Village Blacksmith Woodshop
July - August, Wednesday & Sunday, 2 - 5 pm
Group visits can be arranged by appointment.
(207) 326-9247 email@example.com
Admission is free, except for the John Perkins House,
where there are guided tours on the hour.
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