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Phone: 207 288 5395
Realistic displays depict the animal life of Maine and their interactions with their environment, both natural and human-altered. The museum displays mounted animals and skeletons and hosts special exhibits. Interactive exhibits include an indoor marine tank with live animals, a children's discovery area, and an activity cart.
A museum store offers COA merchandise, books, toys, and gifts. A lecture series and nature day camp are offered in the summer; lectures and family programs are offered in the fall through spring. School and group programs are offered throughout the year.
$3.50/adult; $2.50/senior adult; $1.50/teen; $1/child 3 and
The Dorr Museum is located on Route 3, between downtown Bar Harbor and the
Steve Ressel, Museum Director; Dianne Clendaniel, Museum Program Director (education); Gail La Rosa, Museum Coordinator (operations, collections)