Enjoy the Arts! Ogunquit Beach, Maine Area has plenty to offer in Cultural Art & Entertainment. Enjoy the large variety of Art Museums, Galleries, Theaters, Playhouses and Music Halls all located in Ogunquit Maine. Visit one of our other neighboring town sites which are located within minutes of Oguqnuit.
Brick Store Museum, housed in a block of restored 19th century buildings, features art, artifacts and cultural exhibits depicting the history of Kennebunk and its environs. There is also a research library. Open Tuesday through Saturday year-round. Admission by donation; suggested, $5. 117 Main Street
117 Main Street
Home to some of the most interesting artifacts and documentation that still survives to chronicle the history of the coastal areas of New Hampshire and Maine, The Counting House Museum is itself a valuable piece of the area’s history.
Counting House Museum The Old Berwick Historical Society C
South Berwick, ME
The Ogunquit Heritage Museum is located in the Captain James Winn House. The restored c.1780 cape retains many original architectural features. Exhibits focus on maritime history, Ogunquit’s famous artist colony, local Colonial architecture. A “Do You Remember?” room is devoted to more recent history. It is open Tuesday through Saturday from 1 to 5 PM June to September.
543 Shore Road
Seashore Trolley Museum houses one of the largest collections of electric and railway cars in the United States. It offers trolley rides in authentic cars, educational slide shows, displays of historic trolleys and a gift shop. Guided tours and trolley rides. Open daily from Memorial Day through October; open weekends in May.
195 Log Cabin Road
Visit the museum & Gallery and learn the rich history of the area.
938 Post Road
Our gallery is located in the Perkins Cove, Ogunquit, Maine, “Beautiful Place by the Sea”. The gallery, home to many fine works by local artists, includes paintings, photography and sculpture.rnrnEnter the on-line gallery and experience the talent of local Maine artists. Whether shopping for artwork or just taking a leisurely drive along the coast, Cuckle-Button Farm Gallery is a great place to view wonderful works in a beautiful setting.
Exhibits at the Museum include Maritime history including coastal trade and fishing in early Ogunquit; our front room is devoted to the artist colony, schools and artists paintings; a "Do You Remember" room is devoted to the more recent history, early hotels and inns as well as Ogunquit Theatre and town photos; and finally, a room with information on the archetecture of Ogunquit including the Winn House. The museum exhibits art, historical artifacts and offer educational programs. This museum and its programs and cultural activities will provide residents, visitors, and particularly the children of Ogunquit and surrounding communities the opportunity to learn about the unique history, culture and early architecture of Ogunquit.
86 Obeds Lane
The Ogunquit Fire Company Museum is located on the corner of Shore Road and Cottage Street next to the Fire Station. This miniature museum houses an antique fire engine and other accoutrement from a bygone era.
86 Obeds Lane
Playhouses & Theaters
Booth Productions is a theater company open to all ages, creeds, races, classes, sexes. We are united, regardless of means, in a common effort to provide the opportunity for participation in theater. All of our activities are guided by and based on Judeo-Christian principles. Booth Productions periodically offers hands-on workshops in the areas of acting, makeup, and set design. Contact Rick at (207) 646-8142 for details and schedules of upcoming workshops. Bring your own performance to our Ogunquit stage! Our facilities are available for long term, short term, or single day use. Bring your own performance to our Ogunquit stage! Our facilities are available for long term, short term, or single day use. Visit our website for more information.
13 Beach Street
John Lane’s Ogunquit Playhouse is a true cultural landmark in southern Maine. Located just South of Ogunquit Village, surrounded by pastoral fields and scenic woods, the historic Ogunquit Playhouse continues to create some of the most vibrant and exciting summer theater in the country. One of the few remaining summer stock theatres of the legendary straw hat circuit, the Playhouse continues its 76-year tradition of bringing the biggest and best shows of Broadway to the Beach season. Each summer the Playhouse produces a five show subscription series along with it's unique and growing Children's Theater Program.
10 Main Street
We are proud to present the Hackmatack season - a season full of our summer traditions: humor, warmth, music, strawberry shortcake, and blueberry pie! What can be wrong with that!? Our season will also include pre-season specials, children's theater and a comic opera over Labor Day weekend. Please plan to join us during the summer!
538 School Street (Route 9)
259 Main Street