Don’t Miss A ‘Night At The Museum’ At Cole Land Transportation
Hey, it can't rain forever, so get ready for a big night of family fun coming your way next Tuesday!
Tuesday, June 13th from 5 pm-8 pm, The Cole Land Transportation Museum will come to life during the "Night at the Museum."
The public is invited to explore the museum after hours, complete a special scavenger hunt and interact with live actors around the museum, each representing an occupation or time period. This unique event is included fun for all ages!
Prize bags will be passed out to children for completing the scavenger hunt. Admission is also at a discounted rate of $5 for adults. Children as always are FREE!
Come check out the museum after hours, learn more about Maine history, and meet some spectacular people from our past!
Located at 405 Perry Road Bangor, the Cole Land Transportation Museum is a depository of land transportation vehicles used on dirt roads as well as state and interstate highways in the state of Maine.
They kicked off their 2023 season, back on May 1st.
The museum was assembled over many years and opened to the public in 1989 by the industrialist and philanthropist Galen Cole in his home city of Bangor, Maine.
The purpose of the Cole Land Transportation Museum is to collect, preserve, and display a cross-section of Maine’s land transportation equipment from which this and future generations will gain knowledge of the past.
Cole Land Transportation Museum is open seasonally from May 1 to November 11.
Adult Admission $7.00
Senior & Military $5.00
AAA Admission $6.00
Children under 19 Free