About Maine's Paper & Heritage Museum

In 2002, a group of people dedicated to preserving the history of the paper industry in Maine came together to establish Maine's Paper & Heritage Museum, with the common goal of capturing the cultural heritage of the paper-making towns and mills along the Androscoggin River.

22 Church Street Livermore Falls

Who we are

Our mission is to create an exciting interactive museum where visitors can experience life in a paper-making community, as well as to encourage tourism, increase economic activity and showcase the area's distinctive heritage.

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Dedicated Mill Workers

A dedicated group of current and retired paper mill workers, business and community leaders began working toward a dream.

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Historical Photo Essay!

Preserving the history of the paper industry in Maine.

New Exhibit for 2013:
Businesses from the past

Hours

Saturdays 10:30 am to 2:30pm or by appt. thru October.

We open for the season Memorial day Weekend. (Friday nite only.)

Closed on Labor Day. We are not open on Holiday weekends.

Call: Sherry Judd@ 207-592-1807, or Norman at 897-3031


Heritage Walkway Fundraiser

Purchase inscribed paving stones to commemorate a loved one or someone who was instrumental in the papermaking community!

Click here to purchase pavers


About the Western Maine Paper and Heritage Museum

In 2002, a group of people dedicated to preserving the history of the paper industry in Maine came together to establish Maine’s Paper & Heritage Museum, with the common goal of capturing the cultural heritage of the paper-making towns and mills along the Androscoggin River . Its mission is to create an exciting interactive museum where visitors can experience life in a paper-making community, as well as to encourage tourism, increase economic activity and showcase the area’s distinctive heritage.

 

Preserving the history of the paper industry in Maine.