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– Events –

In 2022, you're invited...

Members are admitted free to Museum events (details below). To become a Member, click Participate.



Now — five days a week

OPEN for the season
Wednesday thru Saturday (10 am - 2 pm) and Sunday (1 pm - 4 pm)
  — at the Museum

We are open, with several new displays!

We follow Maine CDC guidelines.

Please visit, then join us as a member of the Society.

Admission is free for members.

Want to be a volunteer at the Museum? What we do is easy, it keeps history alive, and we have fascinating stories to tell.

See you at the Museum!

 


Saturday, June 25 — from 9:00 am to noon

Independence Day (observance)
with Thresher Memorial Park
  — at the Museum
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This year, Kittery will celebrate Independence Day at 9:00 am in Memorial Park (beside Town Hall and a short walk from the Museum).

A public reception — with refreshments — will be held at the neighboring Kittery Historical & Naval Museum following the event.

The Museum will be open that day until 2:00 pm, with free admission for everyone until 12:00 noon.

 

Photo by seacoastonline.com

 



Saturday, July 9 — from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

"Kittery Seaside Gardens Tour: Through the Centuries"
presented by the Society
  — outdoors in Kittery Point
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Join us for this one-of-a-kind garden tour! The tour will include a number of sites from John Frost’s book "Colonial Village" in Kittery Point.

We plan to visit the Lady Pepperrell Mansion, the Kittery First Congregational Church cemetery, the Follett house, the Hooke house, the historical demonstration gardens at Ft. McClary, the Sir William Pepperrell Mansion, the Bray House, the 1798 house (and one Moore’s Island garden), and the Kerswell Ordinary.

Tickets are available on-line and in-person at our Museum (204 Rogers Road, Kittery, ME 03904). Society members qualify for a discount. On the day of the tour, ticket holders will be given a printed brochure, including a map and describing the sites on the tour. This is a walking tour.

This tour is in celebration of Kittery’s 375th anniversary.

For tickets and information, click HERE.
 



We are about Kittery history

We seek to create greater awareness of the history of Kittery, its role in American history, and our cultural and maritime heritage. We welcome suggestions for events and exhibits consistent with our mission.
Thanks for supporting the Museum!