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Camden-Rockport Historical Society and Museum [ME]

The Camden-Rockport Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of the Camden-Rockport area, Maine. To this end, the society operates the 1770 Cape Cod-style Conway House. The house is furnished in the style of the 18th and early 19th centuries. Other structures on site include an 18th-century barn, a blacksmith shop, an 1820 maple sugar house, an education center, and the Cramer Museum. Museum collections are particularly strong in historic costume and glass. Other artifacts include works of fine art, firearms, and musical instruments.

The society offers a day camp. The museum offers exhibits and a reference library. The Conway House offers period rooms.

 
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