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Museum in the Streets
Museum in the Streets is a heritage discovery trail within the community, where the streets themselves become the museum. The series of 25 panels that makes up the tour, includes rare photographs, documents and records of Kennebunk's history, and invites people to discover our unique story at their own pace, over the course of an afternoon, or several return visits. This program has been adopted in many communities in Maine, New England and most recently in France. The panels were installed in the fall of 2012.

You can download the Kennebunk walking brochure for a self-guided tour. Brochures will be available in the spring in Town Hall, Library, Brick Store Museum and at local businesses.

Read the Museum in the Streets Panels online or download all 25 panels.

History Hopper App now available!                                         
You can also learn more about Kennebunk's history by downloading the Brick Store Museum's History Hopper App! 
From harrowing encounters between settlers and Native Americans to shipwrecks, ghosts, U.S. Presidents and colorful characters, open the door to the Museum’s rich collection with your smartphone. Read the stories, visit where they happened, and relive the adventures of the past.

Explore the Kennebunks like never before and discover the stunning seaside landscapes and rich cultural history that have made these coastal Maine communities some of the world’s top destinations. Learn more

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The Museum in the Streets
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