Redington Museum
Redington Museum

Photo of the Redington Museum in Summer

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PCT37 Float of Reddington & Co., furniture, carpets, and crockery. Store located on north side of Si
PCT37 Float of Reddington & Co., furniture, carpets, and crockery. Store located on north side of Si

Float of Reddington & Co., furniture, carpets, and crockery. Store located on north side of Silver Streets, now Concourse

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PFP9 Officers Team in Grand Calvalcade in Central Maine Fair, 1909_edited
PFP9 Officers Team in Grand Calvalcade in Central Maine Fair, 1909_edited

Officers Team in Grand Calvalcade in Central Maine Fair, 1909

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Redington Museum
Redington Museum

Photo of the Redington Museum in Summer

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Who Are We?

 

The Waterville Historical Society was formed in 1903.  Since then, we have been working hard to preserve Waterville's Historic artifacts and information.

 

Our most recognizable artifact is the Redington Museum, which has the Redington Home, built in 1814, as its anchor.  The Society is made up of members from the community and away and is proud to maintain and preserve the history of this great city. 

The Museum

 

The Redington Museum offers a comprehensive and charming view of life in Waterville during the past two centuries. 

Fascinating collections of furniture, accessories, household artifacts, toys, tools, and weapons as well as historical papers and diaries, are located in an elegant Federal-style home that was built by Asa Redington in 1814.

We are currently closed for renovations - see you in the Fall!