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Waponahki Museum & Resource Center

The Waponahki museum has on display works of art from award-winning basket makers, canoe builders, carvers and other contemporary artists. A one-of-a-kind grouping of full-body castings of Passamaquoddy tribal members that were made in the 1960's.

  • Address 59 Passamaquoddy Road P.O. Box 343
    Perry, Maine 04667
  • Phone (207) 853-2600
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  • Hours 1 pm to 4 pm Monday - Thursday & every 2nd Saturday

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