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Museums and Other Cultural Organizations


Wendell Gilley Museum   
207-244-7555
People + Nature + Art: Celebrating the life and work of a pioneer of decorative bird carving. Teaching the art through exhibitions and education. Inspiring appreciation of the visual arts & creativity and respect for the natural world.
Open: beginning June 1, we’re open Tuesdays through Fridays from 10am to 4pm  
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Acadia Repertory Theatre   
207-244-7260
Dedicated to producing interesting stories about interesting people in its intimate performance space, the theatre has staged the works of playwrights ranging from Sophocles to Shakespeare to Shaw to Neil Simon.
Open: Closed for the season - see you in 2022!  
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Charlotte Rhoades Park and Butterfly Garden   
207-266-6047
Our 23rd year! For visitors of all ages, visit a coastal butterfly habitat in Downeast Maine and see how careful organic gardening practices can sustain and protect butterflies. Annual Butterfly Release event will be held on July 29. Visit our web site for details.
Open: Closed for the winter - see you in 2022!  
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Seal Cove Auto Museum   
207-244-9242
Celebrating the cultural and industrial innovations of the earliest autos with family-friendly exhibits and activities. The collection has over 50 automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles from the Brass Era, 1895-1917.
Open: May 1 - October 31: Open 10AM-5PM. Face Coverings must be worn.  
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Southwest Harbor Congregational Church   
207-244-4300

Southwest Harbor Public Library   
207-244-7065 circulation@swhplibrary.org

The Barn Arts Collective   
207-412-9435
The Barn Arts Collective creates and encourages community through the practice and presentation of live arts events. Performances at the Barn at 130 Tremont Rd. in Bass Harbor happen throughout the year and every weekend in the summer.
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The Maine Granite Industry Historical Society   
207-244-7299
Granite quarrying began in Maine as early as 1830 & is still a large industry with quarries in several areas. Our museum houses 100's of tools, photos, Union badges, constitutions, books and more. Groups are welcome - call for an appointment!
Open: Open daily 10-4 thru October BY APPOINTMENT ONLY  
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Related page: Galleries and Studios, Historical Societies


PO Box 1143, Southwest Harbor ME 04679
207-244-9264
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