Our Sponsors

Becoming a business supporter of the Owls Head Transportation Museum has multifaceted benefits. In addition to supporting your local Museum, your support also strengthens the local economy and business community as a whole. The Owls Head Transportation Museum appreciates all of our Business Supporters as valued partners in local and regional business development. We welcome contributions of any denomination, and we’re happy to provide custom sponsorship packages tailored for your business on request. The following business are business supporters of the museum. Please show your appreciation through your patronage. To become a Business Sponsor please contact Valerie Velho (207)594-4418

Alphabetical Listings
Education

Maine Maritime Museum

Founded in 1962, Maine Maritime Museum is located on a beautiful 20-acre campus on the banks of the Kennebec River in “The City of Ships,” Bath, Maine, and provides a unique experience to tens of thousands of visitors from around the world each year. The museum is dedicated to promoting an understanding and appreciation of Maine’s maritime heritage and culture through gallery exhibits, the historic Percy & Small Shipyard, educational programs, a research library, and narrated excursions along area waterways.

Education

Mid - Coast School of Technology

At Mid-Coast School of Technology, our unique hands-on programs are oriented towards uniform national standards that prepare our students for academic success and qualified career placement.

Education

Sail, Power & Steam Museum

Our mission is to enrich the lives of visitors, volunteers and the general public of the state of Maine through hands on, interactive, and educational experiences with historically significant sailing, power and steam driven vessels, ships and small boats while providing instruction as to their origins, construction, and original commercial and recreational purposes.

Education

Seal Cove Auto Museum

The Seal Cove Auto Museum houses a collection of over 50 automobiles, bicycles and motorcycles, with a focus on the Brass Era (1895 to 1917).