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Maine Maritime Museum

Bath, ME

(207) 443-1316

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243 Washington St Bath, ME, 04530
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  • phatdonkey78 Today

    This place is great. It is more than just the admission building. Be sure to check out all of the other buildings.

  • Joseph Janiga 29 days ago

    A pleasant surprise. A huge museum built on two former ship yards. The buildings are intact and you can view the step by step building of 18th and 19th century wooden ships. Be prepared to walk a short distance between buildings and to climb some stairs. The main building is new and has a variety of interactive exhibits. There is also a restored schooner that sails regularly and a small cruise boat. The guides are professional and helpful.

  • Nancy Groth 35 days ago

    Extensive information presented in a fun and interesting way. A high order Fresnel light with a full video and surround sound simulation of all types of weather and sounds encountered. Nice handicap accessibility, very good gift shop. Historic and original buildings where large wood seafaring boats hauled amazing loads of cargo. Take boat trip to Bath Iron Works and see modern shipyard where all the U. S. destroyers are still being built.

  • Dylan Agosta 41 days ago

    Very cool experience! I didn't realize this was a whole grounds experience and not just one freestanding museum. The one hour boat ride was alright, definitely not worth $37 but at least we didn't have to pay again for the museum access.

  • Brinda Israel 88 days ago

    Excellent museum! Definitely one of the best maritime museums we have been to. Interactive displays, indoor and outdoor displays and activities. The fee gets you a single return trip during the same week, so if need or want to, you can come back. Gift shop has a wide variety of amusements for all ages. Would definitely go again!

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