A Century Ago

Transportation in Maine During the Wright Era: December 17, 2003 marked a tremendous anniversary in transportation. One hundred years earlier, Orville and Wilbur Wright succeeded in making the first successful controlled, powered, heavier than air flight, an undertaking that lasted only 12 seconds and spanned 120 feet.

Faster: The Quest for Speed

The unifying theme for this exhibition is the human drive for competition throughout history, at all stages of life and how that competition speeds progress in transportation, technology and society as a whole.

The Artist’s Passion for the Automobile

Featuring more than 20 original works by artist Melbourne Brindle who was best known for his beautiful paintings and advertorial work featuring some of the world’s favorite autos.

The Great War

Located in the East Wing, this exhibition will transport visitors on a dynamic journey to understand the mechanization of warfare from 1914-1918.

Fads and Failures

• OPENING JUNE 15, 2019 •