Digital Learning Center
Not only does the Museum offer unique and engaging in-person exhibitions and programs, but it produces a variety of digital resources for you to use, too.
Explore the resources below to discover local history, art and culture from your computer.
Watch videos on the Museum’s Youtube Channel and hear more about local culture through our The Brick Podcast.
This monthly series explores our local history and culture, and can be heard here or via your favorite place to find podcasts.
Share your experiences! Take surveys on your life to help the Museum collect modern history for future knowledge.
Explore an interactive timeline of Kennebunk’s history, from pre-history to the present! Events are continually added with new research.
Check out Curriculum Kits, printable activities, primary resources, field trips, tours, and more.
Access lectures on your own schedule! Play history and art lectures at home.
Former physical exhibitions and new online-only exhibits on local history, art and culture.
Explore items from the Museum’s cookbook collections.
Get outdoors! Explore the Museum’s Victory Garden and find activities and directions to start your own.
Take part in the “If Houses Could Talk” project by helping us create the largest outdoor exhibit ever – with your house included!
Find all of the Century Portals (16th through 21st Centuries) in one spot!
The Museum is digitizing its oral history collection. You can explore featured recordings via our Digital Collection!
If you are looking for something specific that is not on this site, please contact the Education Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.