A glimpse of the museum in the
photograpahs to each side

Admission is free
 
so please stop by  any  time
between the hours of


1 and 5pm


7 days a week.

Memorial Day until
mid-October.


The museum has a collection
of local historical items, including Native American artifacts,
old family portraits and
period furniture donated by
year round and summer residents.
There are also artifacts from
Fort Drummond, which was occupied by the British and was, in fact,
the last British holding
in the United States.
The Fort area itself has been
private property
since the late 1800s.
One of the chimneys
from the Fort was donated by
Osborne Materials and has been
re-erected at the museum.


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Click link below
to learn
more about
Fort Drummond History
DRUMMOND ISLAND;
THE STORY OF THE BRITISH OCCUPATION
(1815-1828)

The History Channel

outside museumLarge Bearlarge horseBritish grave marker