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Museums of Old York

3 Lindsay Road
York, ME 03909

207-363-4974

About Us:
The Old York Historical Society, doing business as the Museums of Old York, was founded more than one hundred years ago to preserve the history and artifacts of York, Maine. Originally referred to as Gorgeana, York is one of New England's earliest colonial settlements. It also has the distinction of being the nation's first chartered city (1641) and first incorporated city (1642). Offering thirty-seven period room settings and several galleries housed throughout nine historic museum buildings, the Museums of Old York showcases a wealth of early New England art, architecture, and decorative arts. The exhibits focus on the stories of southern Maine's men, women, and children and the world they created and lived in from the earliest settlement in the 1600s to the present day.

The Old York Historical Society was founded more than one hundred years ago to preserve the history and artifacts of York, Maine - America's first chartered city (1632) and one of New England's earliest colonial settlements. Offering thirty-seven period room settings and several galleries housed throughout eight historic museum buildings, The Museums of Old York showcases a wealth of early New England art, architecture, and decorative arts. The exhibits focus on the stories of southern Maine's men, women, and children and the world they created and lived in from the earliest settlement in the 1600s to the present day.

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