— At the Museum —

 

What's inside

The Kittery Museum is a treasure trove of local history. It is chock-a-block full of Kittery's rich past, including artifacts from its maritime and military contributions.

Since it opened in 1976, the Museum has continued to expand its collections from days gone by. In 2002, the Museum was expanded to house the Andrews-Mitchell Garrison. This was a fortified farmstead that offered protection from raids by Native Americans in Colonial days. That building is now inside the museum.

Visit the Museum to see these collections for yourself!

Collections

Kittery History Kittery Point History
Ship Models Guns & Tools
Scrimshaw & Lighthouse Artifacts Naval & Submarine
Garrison House Displays of Bygone Eras
Gardens Captain's Gig

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