Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Museum is open only by appointment

Old Town House Museum

Our Old Town House Museum is in the Old Town House on Rt 1. The building was given to us by the citizens of the Town of Gouldsboro. It was Gouldsboro's second Town House, built in 1884 after its predecessor burned. It was used for Town Meetings and elections from then until 1983.

Our exhibits range from Tools to Tombstones, illustrating early life and customs of the area, local artisans, as well as maritime and military history. We also have a collection of artifacts left by indigenous residents of Gouldsboro, recovered from archaeological digs in the area.

Interested in being a Museum Guide? Just send us an email and let us know you are interested.

Admission is by Donation and open to the public