Members are admitted free to events at the Museum (excludes KAE). To become a Member, click here.
Members are also welcome at our monthly Trustee meetings (usually the fourth Tuesday). Please contact us for time and place of the next meeting.
Douglas Armsden was a photographer who lived in Kittery Point until his death in 2009. Much of Armsden's photography highlighted the local surrounding area.
He also documented his years in the service, photographing the Pacific during WWII. His work has been seen in "Down East" and "Profiles" magazines, as well as other venues.
Now, with a donation of his amazing photos in his memory by his family, his story is on display in the Morgan Gallery. Admission is free.
This exhibit — generously underwritten by Kennebunk Savings Bank — will be on display all summer. It's a wonderful way to spend a little time with Kittery history.
Please stay tuned for upcoming events, later in the Fall.
We seek to create greater awareness of the history of Kittery, its role in American history, and our cultural
and maritime heritage. We welcome suggestions for events and exhibits consistent with our mission.
Thanks for supporting the Museum!