The Belfast Historical Society & Museum
Contact: Megan Pinette
10 Market Street
Belfast, ME 04915
Phone: 207-338-9229
Hours: Open by Appointment
Email: info@belfastmuseum.org

Visit the Belfast Museum!

Enjoy exciting exhibits that tell the story of Belfast. Learn about Belfast's maritime heritage, its many notable men and women and its role in the Civil War. Have your picture taken in the old two-cell jail or help your child find the mystery items. Discover why so many people say Belfast is the center of the universe!

Museum Schedule Mid-June to September

Tuesday through Saturday (until Labor Day)

11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Friday and Saturday (after Labor Day)

11 a.m. - 4 p.m. or by appointment

Closed for the season after Columbus Day

 

FREE ADMISSION

Groups and tours are welcomed

The Museum is located at 10 Market St Corner of Church and Market St

(207) 338-9229

Belfast, ME 04915

belfastmuseum.org

Email info@belfastmuseum.org

 


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Belfast Historical Society Awarded Grant

The Belfast Historical Society and Museum has received a $3000 grant from the William and Emily Muir Community Fund II of the Maine Community Foundation to publish a book of interviews and photographs of Waldo County Seniors which first appeared as “Fireside Chats” in the Waldo Independent ...
The Belfast Museum's 2018 Interns

The Belfast Historical Society and Museum's summer student-interns are Macartney Wyatt and Amber Beaulieu. Amber Beaulieu is a resident of Northport and a 2018 graduate of Belfast Area High School. She will be studying at Thomas College in Waterville in the fall. Macartney Wyatt resides in ...
Remembering the Death of President Lincoln

“Now He Belongs to the Ages – “Remembering the Death of President Lincoln,” will be the topic of the Belfast Historical Society's meeting at 7:00 pm, April 23, in the Abbott Room at the Belfast Free Library. Dr. Duncan Newcomer will present how the meaning of Lincoln's death can change everything...
A Brief History of the Penobscot Bay Ecosystem

“A Brief History of the Penobscot Bay Ecosystem, From Well-Stocked Seasonal Market to Giant Lobster Pound,” will be the topic of the Belfast Historical Society's meeting at 7:00 pm on Monday, September 25, in the Abbott Room at the Belfast Free Library. Bill Leavenworth, environmental historian ...
Mid-Coast Maine in 1856

“Mid-coast Maine in 1856 – A Moment in Time,” will be the topic of the Belfast Historical Society’s meeting at 7:00 pm on Monday, August 28, in the Abbott Room at the Belfast Free Library. Ray and Patricia Estabrook, with youth participants from the Game Loft’s “Coming of Age in America” ...