Owls Head Transportation Museum
Home to a world-class operating collection, the Owls Head Transportation Museum (OHTM) features more than 150 antique automobiles, aircraft, motorcycles, bicycles, engines, and more. Located in picturesque Midcoast Maine, the Museum offers something for everyone with award-winning exhibits halls, community education programs, and a full event season, featuring Wings & Wheels Spectacular and the New England Auto Auction™.
Founded in 1974, the Museum is a place where machines of a bygone era are celebrated through conservation, preservation, and demonstration. Unlike many museums, OHTM’s collection is primarily operational, offering visitors a spectacular and rare experience at a number of outdoor events throughout the year. Care and maintenance of these historic vehicles aircraft require the attention of a small but mighty staff and an extensive, dedicated volunteer network.
Admission: Adults – $14
Seniors (65+) – $12
Kids & Youth (17 and under) – Free
Open: 10am – 4pm Daily
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