Brick Store Museum
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.