Current Exhibitions

Home and Abroad: Saco At War
Now through October
"Home and Abroad: Saco at War" is a new mini exhibit at the Saco Museum. The exhibit was created by University of Southern Maine Art Department student Abby Dell'Erba, who interned with us over the summer. The display covers Saco's involvement in the Civil War, World War I, World War II, and the WWII Home Front. Many of these artifacts were donated to the Saco Museum from local veterans who served. This exhibit will run through October.

"I Have Always Found Pleasure in Painting": Gibeon Elden Bradbury (1833-1904)
July 18th 2020 - October 17th 2021
The Saco Museum will present more than eighty paintings, studies, and sketches by artist Gibeon Elden Bradbury that capture the quiet beauty of the Saco River Valley during the late 19th century. A native of Salmon Falls in Buxton, Maine, Bradbury regularly exhibited his works at local art expositions and county fairs. Many of his works are small intimate depictions of the places, flora, and fauna that he loved. Click the above title for a more detailed overview.

MAKING HISTORY: Art and Industry in the Saco River Valley
Come see the history of the Saco River Valley as you never have before, with art, historical artifacts, computer activities, and hands-on exhibits for all ages! This exhibit is a part of a multi-venue exhibition of local history funded by a Preserve America grant administered by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior, and by the Maine Humanities Council.