To make inquiries about any aspect of the Society, or the Town of Thomaston, or to write comments and/or suggestions, you may email the Society at or write to Thomaston Historical Society, P.O. Box 384, Thomaston, Maine 04861.

Your comments and correspondence are encouraged and you will receive an answer promptly.

Visiting the Museum

The museum is now open September through May on Tuesdays, 2 to 4 p.m. and in the summer on Tuesdays and Thursdays 2 to 4 p.m and also by appointment.

Per state and federal safety guidelines, visitors who are not vaccinated will need to wear a mask. Thank you.

To contact us, please call (207) 354‑4121. To leave a message at the museum, please call (207) 354‑2295.

When we are open, admission to the museum is free and there is always someone in attendance to answer your questions and show you around the facility. Thank you.

The building is handicapped accessible with a ramp for entering the first floor meeting room and a chair lift to the second story of the museum.

The location of the Farmhouse is at 80 Knox Street. Knox Street begins in the center of town where the traffic light is located at intersection of Main (U.S. Route 1) and Knox Streets. Route 1, which is a north/south road, happens to run due east/west through the center of town. At the light, turn south and head towards the river. When you get to the railroad tracks, stop and look to your left. The society's building is visible at that point, part way up the gravel road.      Google Map

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