Enjoy live, musical theatre performances filled with vibrant professional talent in a delightful venue with all the charm and gracious hospitality of days gone by.
53 Old Post Road
Located in a block of 19th-century buildings at the heart of Kennebunk’s historic district, The Brick Store Museum is celebrating its 75th year of preserving and presenting the culture, history and arts of the Kennebunks through exhibitions, public programs and educational opportunities for all ages. An archives center features maps, documents, photographs and genealogical materials for researchers. Appointments are recommended for use of the archives.
117 Main Street
he Kennebunkport Historical Society is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1952. Today the Society owns six historic buildings and a modern facility housing adminsitrative offices and a gallery for changing exhibitions. Be sure to check our Calendar for a listing of our events.
Founded in 1939, the Seashore Trolley Museum has grown into the largest electric railway museum in the world with a collection representing almost every major American city that had a streetcar system. See the beginning of mass transportation from the omnibus to the development of the electric streetcar, and follow the progress to today's buses, light rail vehicles, and rapid transit cars. Our collection contains vehicles from almost all major cities in the United States that had streetcar systems, as well as from other cities across the globe, to provide samples of how generations past moved about for work, school and leisure and to show the dedicated craftsmanship put forth to construct these workhorse vehicles.
195 Log Cabin Road