Hours of Operation

Gibbs Avenue Museum
and
Blynn Davis Memorial Archives

5 Gibbs Ave., Bridgton, Maine 04009

Tuesday & Thursday 1-4.   We are often around at other times, so please don't hesitate to come in if we're here. To better serve you, we strongly recommend that researchers contact us in advanc

July-August, Tuesday-Friday, 1-4

 

 

Narramissic

46 Narramissic Rd., Bridgton,Maine

July-August: House open for tours Thursday-Saturday, 11-3.. We're happy to make appointments at other times, please contact us to arrange a time.

House is closed mid-October - June. Enjoy the grounds and the self-guided hike to the quarry any time during daylight hours. Note: since the facilities are available to rent for weddings, reunions, and other private functions, there may be times (especially Saturdays) that we are not open to the public. Please check in advance if traveling a long distance to visit.

Become an Intern at the Museum or Narramissic

Part-time Seasonal Position or Summer Internship with a Stunning View
Help history come alive at a spectacular 19th-century New England hill farm by providing tours and hospitality for visitors to Narramissic, the Bridgton Historical Society’s historic farmstead.  You will be responsible for staffing the house during regular open hours in July and August. Duties include conducting guided tours of the house and outbuildings, performing light housekeeping and maintenance duties, assisting with workshops, special events, and other projects as required, depending on the society’s needs and the successful applicant’s interests and skills.  12-15 hours per week, $10 per hour. The house is open July and August, Tuesday-Saturday from 1-4, but specific days worked can be somewhat flexible. The position can be structured as a graduate or advanced under graduate level internship.

Send resume, cover letter, and at least three personal references to info@bridgtonhistory.org.


Museum/Archives Intern: Collections Assistant

Unpaid internships are available at the Museum and Archives on Gibbs Avenue in Bridgton. These positions involve cataloging object and/or archival collections, scanning photographs and documents and other collections-related tasks. Specific projects may be designed depending on the intern’s interests and experience, and institutional needs. Interns will learn procedures for proper handling, housing, describing, and cataloging collections.

Particularly during the summer, interns may also be responsible for helping to staff the facility, which involves greeting visitors, politely enforcing policies and procedures regarding personal safety and the security of the collections, conducting tours, answering questions, and assisting researchers. Professional training and supervision will be provided. Minimum 3-4 hours per week, depending on the duration of the internship.

For more information or to apply to the internship program, please visit our Contact page.

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