750 Hogan Rd.
Bangor, ME 04401
Phone: (207) 942-7899
Fax: (207) 942-6463
750 Hogan Rd., Bangor, ME, US, 04401
- Phone: (207) 942-7899
- Fax: (207) 942-6463
Arts & Museums
The University Of Maine Museum Of Art (UMMA )enjoys its downtown location in Bangor, and is housed in a gorgeous brown building. The entire space can be hired for private events between 5pm and 10pm. Their outreach programs include educative and fun workshops like photography, watercolor & acrylic painting, glass fusion etc for children and adults alike, thus promoting an artistic climate and engaging everyone in art. Check website for more information on exhibitions.
Unique historical house museum that features 19th century style period rooms, a historical photograph collection, and a Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Exhibit Room that contains a huge collection of Civil War artifacts. They also offer children's programs, Best of Bangor bus tours, and candlelight ghost walk tours.
Dedicated to collecting and preserving historical Maine land transportation, this museum contains ten fire trucks ranging from a 1910 hand tub to a 1948 Ahrens Fox, a large display of snow removal equipment, over 2,000 historical photographs, and a number of U.S. military memorabilia.
In its new avatar, the Hudson Museum proudly flaunts floor-to-ceiling exhibits thus making effective use of space. Housed inside a warm brick building with a stylish glass entrance, the permanent exhibits within are even better. Tracing the rich history of Maine, all displays are well-presented. A 9000 sq. ft. space with 3 galleries (Minsky Culture Lab, Merritt Gallery and the Maine Indian Gallery) can be rented by organizations and individuals. And those who are into Native Indian culture should not miss out on the wigwam which was built over a period of 3 days.
Dedicated to the history of telecommunications in Maine, this unique museum features collections that include items from independent telephone companies and the Bell Companies. Items on display include an LXP4 switch from Swan's Island, a Stromberg-Carlson XY switch, and a ten party ringing generator from the Grand Rapids area.