Looking to enjoy a museum on a rainy day, fall or winter? The Farnsworth Art Museum and Wyeth Center highlights Maine Art at its finest, including local history of Rockland and the Farnsworth Family.
Your admission includes the Victorian Farnsworth House, where you can learn about how a rough & tumble town became the community it is today. http://www.farnsworthmuseum.org
The Maine Lighthouse Museum hosts the world’s largest collection of lighthouse artifacts along with great stories of light keepers, many of them strong Maine Women.
Close by the Owl's Head Transportation Museum has everything on wheels and the history to go along with it, a favorite family stop. When visiting Rockland do not miss this fun museum.
The Transportation Museum is located on Route 73 in Owls Head, Maine, on beautiful Penobscot Bay, just two miles from U.S. Route 1. We are two miles south of Rockland on Route 73, eight miles south of Camden, and apx. 85 miles north of Portland. We are adjacent to Knox County Airport, and easily reached by air.
The Coastal Children's Museum is co-located on the waterfront in South Rockland with The Sail, Power, & Steam Museum at Sharp's Point South. A short drive or an leisurely walk along the waterfront from downtown, this area is also adjacent to the open green spaces and public boat launching area at Snow Marine Park.
www.coastalchildrensmuseum.org or call 207-385-1105