Abbe Museum

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Abbe Museum
Abbe Museum is listed in the Museums category in Bar Harbor, Maine. Displayed below are the social networks for Abbe Museum which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Abbe Museum on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Abbe Museum is:
26 Mount Desert St
Bar Harbor, ME 04609
(207) 288-3519

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Abbe Museum has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Abbe Museum has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bar Harbor, Maine is 43 and in the Museums category is 56. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Abbe Museum shared Acadia Night Sky Festival's post.
The Abbe Museum is proud to be a partner of the Acadia Night Sky Festival, which officially kicks off this Thursday, September 21st! There are some incredible events happening through Sunday, September 24th, including night sky boat cruises (with Wabanaki stories!), photography workshops, bioluminescent and star gazing paddles, opportunities to "meet the telescopes," star parties, and a keynote presentation and reception with Dava Sobel. Check out the impressive calendar of events here: www.acadianightskyfestival.com/Events.aspx.
Don't forget to order your commemorative poster of the 9th annual Acadia Night Sky Festival! http://www.acadianightskyfestival.com/Store/Buy-A-Poster.aspx


RT @MaineStLibrary: Congratulations L.C.Bates Museum and @AbbeMuseum on receiving Museums for America grants from @US_IMLS


RT @NEMAnet: Countdown to #nema2017, #48: Decolonizing Museums w/panelists from @AbbeMuseum, @pequotmuseum, @TomaquagMuseum, & Penobscot Na…

Free admission on September 23rd! The Abbe Museum is participating in Smithsonian Magazine’s annual Museum Day Live! All you need to do is download a free ticket and present it, either a paper copy or an electronic version, during Abbe hours from 10 am - 5 pm. For more information about Museum Day Live! and a list of participating museums and cultural institutions, please click below. #MuseumDayLive #BoundlessCuriosity
Join us for the 13th Annual Museum Day Live! on Saturday, September 23, 2017

Looking for something fun and festive to do this fall season? Bar Harbor Ghost Tours offer a haunted walking tour, and you can purchase your tickets at the Abbe Museum shop! "Some of our stories date back 12,000 years, and you won’t find them in print anywhere,” said Jennifer Pictou, Micmac, who started the native-minded tour company three years ago. Tours are nightly from May 1-October 30th. Prices are $15 per adult, $10 per child (6-12 years old), and children five and under are free. For tour times and ticketing, please stop by the Abbe Museum or visit www.barharborghosttours.com. Dogs are welcome!
If you take an evening stroll with Bar Harbor Ghost Tours, you’ll hear about ghosts, monsters, and giants haunting the historic seaport village.

Have you been to see our new Twisted Path exhibit, Vital Signs? If not, the weekly tour on Sundays in September and October at 11 am is for you! Come check out the contemporary artwork by Native artists Jason K. Brown, Donna Brown, David Moses Bridges, Chris Pappan, and Hollis Chitto.
In God's Image by Chris Pappan This new tour introduces visitors to the fourth installment of our critically acclaimed Twisted Path series, which focuses on the theme of health and well-being in tribal communities. This invitational exhibition features artwork that reflects personal stories

Every Friday in September at 11 am we invite guests to learn more about the significance of the Ash Tree in the Wabanaki worldview and how it is used by artists as they craft brilliant baskets. We will also discuss contemporary efforts to preserve this resource and its associated art forms. Participation in this program is included with the price of admission and no prior registration is required.
Every Friday we invite guests to learn more about the significance of the Ash Tree in the Wabanaki worldview and how it is used by artists as they craft brilliant baskets. We will also be discussing contemporary efforts to preserve this resource and its associated art forms. Participation


RT @EmpatheticMuse: #AASLH17 @AbbeMuseum When we "deem" something worth collecting (read: power), who do we tell? How do we celebrate value…


RT @ParqueExplora: Descoloniza el museo con Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko, directora del @AbbeMuseum. Escúchala en elmuseoreimaginado.com


RT @SenAngusKing: Jennifer Neptune, a Head Basketmaker from the Penobscot Nation, was in Acadia today for a basketry and beadwork demonstra…