Wilson Museum Complex

The Wilson Museum was founded by Dr. John Howard Wilson who came first to Castine with his mother, Cassine Cartwright Wilson, in 1891. In 1921 Mrs. Wilson gave the west end of her lot to build a museum for Dr. Wilson's collections. Three other buildings were added to the property… SEE MORE

The Museum of Yachting

The Museum of Yachting is a not-for-profit 501(c) (3) dedicated to preserving the culture of yachting by fostering education and enjoyment of its history through the presentation of vessels, artifacts, literature, events, and regattas. SEE MORE
The Lawson Center

The Lawson Center

The Lawson Boating Heritage Center is a 501c3 not-for-profit, membership driven organization whose passion is preserving, displaying, and presenting the boating history of Chautauqua Lake. Become a member, come see the many historic and educational exhibits and help preserve our rich boating history. SEE MORE
Sail

Sail, Power & Steam Museum

The Sail, Power & Steam Museum, Rockland's newest and finest Maritime Museum, is a five-minute walk south from town on the harbor trail. The working “hands on” museum has sail-making rigging rooms, early engines, tools, models, themed rooms, a working lime kiln, a free harbor cruise boat, and a beach. SEE MORE
Penobscot Marine Museum

Penobscot Marine Museum

The Museum of Penobscot Bay and Beyond The place for everyone Explore the daily life of a seafaring region. Penobscot Marine Museum's collections and stories have wide appeal. Historic houses, boats, ship models, fine art, decorative arts‚Äîand that's just a start. Craft demonstrations, music, classes, and other programs occur during… SEE MORE