(Thursdays and Saturdays at 12:00pm, June - October) This outdoor walking tour of Kennebunk’s National Register Historic District features examples of 200 years of historical architecture (on one street!), and shares the stories of the people that lived inside the homes. Tours depart from the Museum lobby. Time: 60 – 90 minutes Distance: About a […]
This outdoor walking tour of Kennebunk’s Mothers Beach features eleven historic homes and an illustration of life at the beach in the early 20th Century. This tour starts at Trinity Chapel on Woodland Ave. This tour occurs every Saturday at 11:00am, starting in July from Trinity Chapel. Visit the Museum's calendar to see the full […]
JULY 30: Picnic Dinner & Program! Our Night Sky exploration includes guest speakers: Anne Jennison, Abenaki Storyteller; Ian Durham, PhD, Professor of Astronomy at St. Anselm; Special appearance by Terry Shehata, PhD, Executive Director of Maine Space Grant Consortium Presentations will cover scientific, cultural and navigational uses of astronomy and the night sky through history. […]
It's back for 2021! The Southern Maine Steampunk Fair, now in its 7th year, returns as the Museum's most popular and unique events. Vendors, performers, and lecturers all return to the Museum to celebrate the art of Steampunk, a niche aesthetic that blends Victorian steampower with the future. This year, the event takes place Saturday, […]
The Museum welcomes the community to attend a free Open House from 4:30 - 7:30pm to view the new exhibit, "Who Makes History? How Peoples, Museums and Archaeology Can Tell the Full Story," sponsored by the Kennebunk Bicentennial Committee, the Perloff Family Foundation, and Kennebunk Savings Bank. The Open House will invite guests to explore […]
Mark your calendars! Check in and hear updates from the Museum. We look forward to celebrating a another year with you. More details announced soon!
The Brick Store Museum’s All Souls’ Walk began its annual Hallowmas season tradition in 2002, with a guided walk through neighboring Hope Cemetery. Now, nearly twenty years later, the event’s popularity continues! The All Souls’ Walk invites participants into Hope Cemetery & Woods, led by a knowledgeable tour guide, to “meet” the ghosts of Kennebunk’s past […]
Explore the stories and traditions of 19th century Kennebunk's immigrant families. Visitors will walk through the Museum's campus to meet the Rosinsteins of Russia, the Tvedts of Norway, the Nests of Germany, the Dubes of Canada, the Berrys of Ireland, the MacDonalds of Scotland, and the Blanchards (Malkis) of Syria, all of whom immigrated to […]