Owls Head Transportation Museum

Open daily 10 AM TO 5 PM
117 Museum Street, Owl’s Head, Maine

Founded in 1974, The Owls Head Transportation Museum is an operating, nonprofit museum with a strong focus on educational initiatives. Located on the Maine coast near the Knox County Regional Airport, the Museum is a place where machines of a bygone era are celebrated through conservation, preservation and demonstration. Unlike many transportation museums, the Owls Head Transportation Museum operates our collection of aircraft, ground vehicles and engines at a number of special events conducted throughout the year. Care and maintenance of these historic vehicles requires the attention of a large volunteer workforce that, under the supervision of a professional staff, ensures that our collection is in operating condition.

Seal Cove Auto Museum

Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. May 1 - Oct 31; By Appointment Nov 1 - Apr 30
1414 Tremont Road in Seal Cove, a village in the Town of Tremont Maine, on spectacular Mount Desert Island

Inspired by over 50 vehicles, the Museum shares exciting stories about this transformational time in American history. Stories about invention and innovation, art, design, women’s rights, and social and economic changes can be traced through the early automobile, when inventors were experimenting with steam, electricity, and gas-powered engines.