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Rufus Porter Museum [ME]

The Rufus Porter Museum is located in Bridgton, Maine, the site of some of Porter's most famous workers. Rufus Porter is notable for his fantastic works of landscape art, especially murals, and for being the founder of Scientific American.

The home offers guided tours and exhibitions of Rufus Porter's works. The website offers a biography of Porter, a history of the museum, visitor information, and an events calendar.