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Brick Store Museum

Brick Store Museum
Exploring history and art at the heart of the Kennebunks since 1936, the museum is located in a block of 19th-century buildings in Kennebunk's historic district.

Exhibitions and programs for all ages include walking tours and audio tours. Extensive archives are available to researchers.

Museum is open year-round, Tues-Fri, 10AM-4:30PM and Sat, 10AM-1PM.

Admission is by suggested donation of $5/person.

The Brick Store Museum is partially handicapped-accessible. The main entrance to the museum is equipped with a ramp. There is also a wheelchair-accessible public restroom. The four gallery spaces on the first floor are fully accessible. The upstairs gallery on the second floor of our historic brick building is only accessible via a central staircase.

Bus tours are welcome. Group tours and field trips by schools, camps and homeschoolers can be accommodated by contacting the Museum in advance.

Merchandise such as postage stamps, exhibition posters, t-shirts and mugs are available for online purchase through the Museum's "storefront". Publications and additional exhibition-related merchandise are available for purchase by visiting the Museum or by calling 207.985.4802.
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117 Main St
Kennebunk, Maine, 04043
(207) 985.4802
f.(207) 985-6887
Exploring history and art at the heart of the Kennebunks since 1936, the museum is located in a block of 19th-century buildings in Kennebunk's historic district.

Exhibitions and programs for all ages include walking tours and audio tours. Extensive archives are available to researchers.

Museum is open year-round, Tues-Fri, 10AM-4:30PM and Sat, 10AM-1PM.

Admission is by suggested donation of $5/person.

The Brick Store Museum is partially handicapped-accessible. The main entrance to the museum is equipped with a ramp. There is also a wheelchair-accessible public restroom. The four gallery spaces on the first floor are fully accessible. The upstairs gallery on the second floor of our historic brick building is only accessible via a central staircase.

Bus tours are welcome. Group tours and field trips by schools, camps and homeschoolers can be accommodated by contacting the Museum in advance.

Merchandise such as postage stamps, exhibition posters, t-shirts and mugs are available for online purchase through the Museum's "storefront". Publications and additional exhibition-related merchandise are available for purchase by visiting the Museum or by calling 207.985.4802.


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