Reviews of Penobscot Marine Museum (Tourist Attraction)

2 Church St, Searsport, ME 04974, United States

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At the present the firm receives a rating of 4.5 out of 5 and that score was based on 68 reviews.

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REVIEWS OF Penobscot Marine Museum IN Maine

Dennis Banks

Very worth while. Very knowledgeable , friendly staff will show you around.

Scott Tanner

A fine outdoor museum.

Tim Cashman

Loved the variety of displays set in an entire village.

Bob N.

Needs some sprucing up. Expensive. Weak displays. Go to mystic and see a real sea museum.

Randy Smythe

Steve Ryan

Do interesting and visitor-friendly! Several buildings across the campus have different exhibits and lots to do.

Bryant Richardson

A great place to see the historic beauty of midcoast maine.

Daniel S. Wing

Rick Poloway

Fun, outdoor exhibits,don't miss a stop at the Lobster Pound

Lynne Holland

SO Many interesting things to see.

Max Provencher

Amazing selection of historical artefacts.

Michael Day

Joann Tonn

Bill Farrell

Tracey Walls

A quaint village frozen in time and filled with fascinating stuff!

Karen Drwila

Very well done. Knowledgeable people working there. Very authentic. Loved the boats & displays.

Deborah Barber

capt. suz

Wonderful window into the maritime life on the coast of Maine. Especially enjoyed the focus on the contribution of the local Captains and seafaring lifestyle~

Sarah Richards

The admission price was high and not all of the buildings were open for veiwing

Russ Scott

Lots of history of local Mariners and ship builders.

John Greene

Very impressive.

Bob Hamilton

So much history is here to see!

Karl Chocensky

An absolute treasure. The glass plate collection is amazing, as well as the scrimshaw is terrific too.

Michael Flanagan

Oh what places the will go

Garry Garcia

Very qiant

Wes Ahouse

Marita Fitzpatrick

Awesome! Very informative staff. Unique museum made up of several buildings, each featuring something different. We saw living quarters, an exhibit of nautical paintings, and great examples of small boats of varied purpose & design. The camera obscura was so cool!

Karen Johnson

Very interesting exhibits .

Kathy Hayes

WORLD CLASS ART COLLECTION

terence davies

Randell Norton

Great nautical museum. Explains a great deal about seamanship in wooden vessels and the lives of those who sailed them and their families.

Stephen Priest

Honestly, I cannot remember the place very well but I do remember having a pleasant time touring the museum. I remember sitting inside an old fashioned camera. I remember a boat display. I had my son and he was not to interested. I enjoy history but having someone who wants to rush though can make it difficult to study what is on display. There was a town Fall festival on so we visited for free.

Connie Moon

Antoine Carriere

Bill Stamm

Very interesting Museum. They even have curators to give you information as you walk through the buildings in the exhibits.

Mike Flanagan

Needs some cleanup and spruceup.

Pat Kel

Rick Farris

This place is captivating. An incredible amount of very interesting exhibits over a surprisingly large area, too. You can easily spend a few hours taking it all in. Tip: Be sure to ask the staff why the museum sits where it does.

Raymond Laning

Admission is acroas street from parking

Bill Davis

Interesting as Maine's maritime history is really rich. The stained glass windows in the church are amazing.

Nathanael Bray

Fantastic but overlooked museum. Definitely worth a visit.

Sharon Coolen

Nice and well taken care of

Mark Larson

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Harry Uhlianuk

Jill Bagley

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RK A

Lots if local history & color - many things you won't find elsewhere

Virginia Salisbury

Thoroughly enjoyed our visit today. Learned a lot about Searsport and its history. Loved seeing the old wooden boats. You should go!

slybadaboom jt

Cool

Jessica Thomsen

I highly recommend this museum. It is more than meets the eye. They have an extensive exhibit of Marine art. The staff if very friendly and knowledgeable.

Peter Carver

Cool museum with local and maritime history

Jeremy Dooley

Christel Nickele

Joy Thompson

Dan Bookham

Betsy Alley

Jhovanie Alvarez

Will Ware

Interesting if you like boats.

Steve Hammons

Very interesting, especially enjoyed learning about the local history.

Claude Dupont

Must see it s great

Adam Piontek

Riki Weeks

Mark Heywood

mariola

Great place to explore and learn about maine

Jim Constable

Lots of historical facts

Waynette Shafer

Fantastic place to visit, especially on rainy day

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