Welcome to the

Maine Forest and Logging Museum

We are an event-based outdoor living history museum. We preserve, demonstrate and recreate our state’s rich forestry and logging history. To see what we’re about, come to one of our events. Between events, the Museum is a lovely place to walk around.

Rent us for your event, when we’re not having ours!

New Event!

Our first offering in our presentation series, “Evening at the Museum” will happen Saturday, July 13, 2024. Come hear about the Ghost Trains of the Allagash.

Volunteers Needed!

Come join the crew! We need volunteers to make our events special and to help keep us looking good! Please see our volunteer page for more info.

Our Hours

The grounds are open daily during daylight hours–except during our events–for walking around.

Our 2024 Events

Next Event….

Alewife Day

Saturday, May 18, 10am to 3pm

Children’s Days

Thursday, May 23, Friday, May 24, Thursday, May 30, and Friday, May 31

9am to 1pm each day

Pre-registration required. Signups are open!

New Event!

Evening at the Museum

Presentation of “From Nowhere to Nowhere –
Edouard LaCroix’s Eagle Lake & West Branch Railroad”

Saturday, July 13, 7pm to 9pm

Summer At Leonard’s Mills

Saturday, June 15, 10am to 3pm

Heavy Metal

Saturday, July 27, 10am to 3pm

Living History Days

Saturday, October 5, & Sunday, October 6, 10am to 3pm each day

Our 2024 Sponsors

Monthly Giving Program

An easy way to support “your place in the woods”. Learn more.