The Patten Lumbermen’s Museum invites you to visit our facility to learn all about Maine logging history, including the use of Bateaux on waterways to transport supplies, the stories of the fearless river drivers, what life was like inside a remote logging camp, and even the role of bean hole beans. Follow the links above for more information, and make sure to visit the museum in person for the full lumbering experience!
Please note that our 2021 schedule will be dependent on any state mandates related to the Coronavirus pandemic. Our summer schedule is as follows:
May 28, 29, 30 and 31st, 2021
June 4th-27th, 2021 Friday, Saturday and Sundays 10:00AM-4:00PM
June 20, 2021: Father’s Day Free Admission to all Father’s!
July 2 – October 11: Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00AM – 4:00PM
Open: Memorial Day, Labor Day and Columbus Day
Closed all other Mondays
$10 (ages 12 – 65)
$8 (ages 65+)
$5 (ages 4 – 12)
Free (Children under 4)
Loss of revenue due to the cancellation of several of our fund raising events in 2020 had an impact on our finances but we felt the value of your health was of the utmost importance. With the promise of brighter days ahead, we will look forward to 2021 season when we are able to be assured of a safer environment to resume our role of welcoming you to visit the Patten Lumbermen’s Museum and of your support of our mission through your admission, generous donations and support of events like the Bean Hole Bean Dinner in August of 2021.
Opening the Patten Lumbermen’s Museum
Patten Lumbermen’s Museum will follow CDC guidelines for the prevention of the spread of Coronavirus
Face coverings will be required in side Reception Center. This applies to both staff and visitors.
Please sanitize your hands when entering the Museum. A sanitation station will be provided.
The restroom will be sanitized frequently
Hand sanitizer (at least 60% alcohol), will be prominently place at entrances and exits. Spray disinfectants will be used on all soft surfaces.