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Just by chance we drove by this museum. A very friendly lady showed us around. Great to see those historic automobiles. Lots of information on the technique of the steam driven engines. A must see for fans!
This museum is dedicated to F.O. & F.E. Stanley and the famous Stanley Steamer Automobile. There are great examples of the car itself as well as the history of the Stanley family and how they made their fortune in photography.
This museum is very interesting, senior fee was $3. Didn't know much about Stanley Steamer Car until now. The Stanly brothers where twins and work together on developing the steam engine that went into the cars. They built 11000 of them but there are only...More
Driving by saw it an stopped as we are traveling. Antique cars are gorgeous the staff super knowledgeable and friendly lots of cool info on family and how they lived and worked . Sign the guest book. Donations welcome
Been to Kingfield many times and never visited this place until last month. It would be a great place to take the kids on a bad ski day or make a special time to visit. Fascinating small museum that is a testament to American Exceptionalism...More
Being an engineer, my husband is especially interested in everything mechanical. He enjoyed the Stanley Steemer cars as well as the technical drawings done by the Stanleys. I enjoy history and the arts-and the rest of the Stanleys' story was extremely interesting. I purchased a...More
This museum is small, but fascinating. The staff are friendly and eager to share their store of knowledge about the Stanley family. We spent a wonderful couple of hours at this museum on each of two days on our recent stay in Maine.
This is a small gem of a museum lovingly watched over by docents who know their subject matter and give you personalized tours. The museum houses three beautiful, restored Stanley Steamer automobiles which would be luxury cars even today. They are really BIG! with gorgeous...More
This is an interesting experience. A unique collection of a unique part of automotive history housed in a beautiful old structure. The knowledgeable and friendly hostess guided us through all of the exhibits and we even got to sit in one of the Steamers! Well...More