Most Mainers Have Never Heard Of This Fascinating Naval Aviation Museum

Maine is over 200-years-old and that means there’s a whole lot of history to be found here. From architecture to simple stories that have been passed down, there’s always something new to learn. One of the things about history in Maine that we love best is the maritime element that we see and hear about. If you appreciate that you’ll want to check out this museum in Brunswick sharing the history of the maritime aviation patrol in Maine!

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The Brunswick Naval Aviation Museum is open Wednesday and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., however they’re operating on a different schedule as long as COVID-19 continues to pervade. You can keep up with when they’ll be back to normal by following them on Facebook. You can learn more about the museum by visiting their website. They can be reached on 207-729-7216.

If you love museums in Maine, you’ll love the Abbe Museum, which is Maine’s very own Smithsonian Museum! It’s just begging to be visited.

Address: 179 Admiral Fitch Ave, Brunswick, ME 04011, USA