Islesford Historical Museum- Acadia National Park

Description

Inside the Acadia National Park, visitors can relish in the history of the Cranberry Isles at the Islesford Historical Museum. The exhibits tell the stories of the people who shaped Little Cranberry Island, using artifacts such as ship clocks, ledgers, and harpoon guns. Visitors can reach the museum by taking a tour boat from the Northeast Harbor or Southwest Harbor. A small bookstore is available at the museum for souvenirs.

Address

Rte 233 McFarlaind Hill Dr
Bar Harbor, ME 04609

Lat/Long

44.26176100, -68.23886100
Visit Website
(207) 288-3338

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