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Kittery Historical - Naval Museum


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Portrays the history of the seacoast area - Kittery, Maine's oldest incorporated town. Location of oldest U.S. Naval Shipyard in the country.

See Local History, Ship Models, Scrimshaw and Lighthouse Artifacts, Guns and Tools, Uniforms and Diving Gear, Shipyard and Submarine Memorabilia.


Hours: June to October, Tuesday thru Saturday 10:00AM to 4:00PM
Address: Rogers Rd. Ext.
Phone: 207-439-3080
Our Email: kitterymuseum@netzero.net
Our Website:kitterymuseum.com/

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