Your gift to the annual fund will help close this year’s budget shortfall due to COVID-19 fundraiser cancellations. We can take your credit card donation over the phone Thursdays and Fridays 10-2, or you can donate online through the yellow “donate” button in the bottom left corner of this page. Thank you!
Based on CDC recommendations, the BRHS museum is now open for researchers only and by appointment only, Thursday through Saturday. If you wish to do research at the museum please contact office manager Claire Rittershaus to schedule a time to work alone or with local historian Barbara Rumsey. Please plan to wear a mask and maintain distance from others.
On behalf of the board of trustees, thank you for your patience.
Are you in search of family roots? Would you like to know more about local history? Come visit our museum! You may contact us, or click on Research, above, for a list of our files. We look forward to seeing you.
The Boothbay Region Historical Society is located at the 1874 home of Elizabeth F. Reed and its grounds, Fullerton Park. Browse six rooms of artifacts, photographs, maps, and memorabilia. Our collections of town records, local newspapers, family histories, account books, and more are available for those wishing to delve into our colonial and coastal heritage.
We now accept credit card payments for donations and for memberships. Click here to make a donation, and click here to become a member.
Want to know more about Boothbay region history?
You can receive monthly articles about the Boothbay region by our historian Barbara Rumsey by signing up for our monthly enews (in the box on the sidebar). Also, we post historic photos of the region on our Facebook page. Follow us on Facebook, too!