The Museum is open Wednesday thru Sunday
10 am - 4 pm
Phone: (207) 439 - 3080
The Museum is proud to announce the premiere of "Kittery: Then & Now" on television. This 30-minute show is a historic look back through Kittery's past, highlighting our architectural treasures, with photos from then and now. The program was produced by the Museum in cooperation with Chick Photography, and it includes photographs by J. Frank Walker and Sherm Higgins. Many of Kittery's present neighborhoods can be seen in these images from the past.
Following its premiere, "Kittery: Then & Now" will be shown again throughout the summer on Kittery's Channel 22 on Comcast. The channel is also available on the Town's website: www.kitteryme.gov
The DVD of this program is also on sale at the Museum. To obtain your copy,
visit the Museum or call us (207-439-3080) soon.
We had a great time at the Kittery Block Party! If you missed us, here's another chance to stop by and say "Hello." Join us to explore Kittery's history, and become a member to participate in the Museum. We will have local books and souvenir items for sale. Bring your summer visitors along!
Once again we are partnering with Portsmouth
to present a "two Museum" tour. We will start at Kittery Historical & Naval Museum, then board the bus to the Navy
Yard. The bus will do a perimeter tour of the Yard, including a stop at the PNSY Museum. This tour fills up quickly, so reserve your
spot today! You must pre-register for this event by calling 207-439-3080. We need each individual's name for registration.
Maximum 28 people. Cost is $5.00. A drivers license or US citizen ID is required to board the bus.
For over a century, "the Castle" or "the Rock," with its deceptively
appealing exterior, has kept both visitors and local residents in its thrall. Designed or
deserved, the prison's legacy remains an intriguing mix of dread and redemption. The dearth
of information about the Prison, not far from her home, has kept author Katy Kramer researching
for over a decade. Currently freelancing and teaching, she has written features for magazines
and other publications. Photographs in the book were primarily gathered from special collections,
libraries, and museums. Come to the Museum to meet the author, and purchase a signed copy of the book.