Waponahki Museum & Resource Center
59 Passamaquoddy Road
P.O. Box 343 Perry, ME US 04667
The Waponahki museum has on display works of art from award winning basket makers, canoe builders, carvers and other contemporary artists. A one of a kind grouping of full body castings of Passamaquoddy tribal members that were made in the 1960's. Open Monday through Thursday, 9-12 and 1-3.
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