Davistown Museum is a tool, art, and regional history museum
The primary mission of the museum is the recovery, display, and interpretation of hand tools used in Maine and New England's maritime culture. It serves as an important clearinghouse for information on the history of hand tools and their roles in the early industries of Maine and New England and offers an extensive exhibit of hand tools. The Museum also provides a forum for contemporary Maine artists to exhibit their work, creating a unique environment that juxtaposes tools, as both historical and sculptural objects, with a wide diversity of art forms. In addition, the Museum strives to increase community awareness of and to provide access to information on local, regional, Native American, and environmental history.
58 Main St
Liberty, Maine 04949
- Phone 207-589-4900
- Website davistownmuseum.org
- Payments Accepted Cash, MC, VISA, Paypal
- Hours July to Labor Day open Wednesday to Sunday. Labor Day to Christmas open Saturday and Sunday. January and February: Closed. March to June open Saturday and Sunday. Hours (when open): 11 to 5