Igniting personal connections to local 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.
Year-round exhibitions and programs for all ages include walking tours, interactive educational programming, and more. Extensive archives are available to researchers.
Museum is open year-round, Tues-Fri, 10AM-4:30PM and Sat, 10AM-1PM. Open until 8:00pm on Third Fridays (June - September).
($10.00 family admission on Saturdays)
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.
The Museum has a store that includes logo-specific pieces; unique and locally-made jewelry, crafts, and art; history and art books; and more. Online storefront on brickstoremuseum.org.
Receive $2.00 off your regular admission ticket to the Brick Store Museum and discover the amazing history and art of the southern Maine region and the Kennebunks. During your visit, you will see exhibitions including "To Your Health: The History of Modern Medicine," "Seek the Light: The Photography of Rowland Williams," "80 Years of Fashion at the Brick Store Museum," and "Design & Function: Furnishings, Portraits and Art 1685 - 1840."
How to Book:
Visit our website at www.brickstoremuseum.org