Community Feedback Sought for
L-A River History Trail

The "L-A River History Trail" will feature up to 30 freestanding signs in L-A's downtown areas that depict images and stories from our past and celebrate today’s community. Public feedback will be collected in an  online survey form  until Friday, February 2, 2018. By participating in this anonymous survey, you have a chance to influence how this project takes shape and which stories and places it features.   Click here to access the survey!

The L-A River History Trail project working group includes Grow L+A, Museum L-A, Androscoggin Historical Society, Androscoggin Land Trust, Healthy Androscoggin, Bates College, and the cities of Lewiston and Auburn. 

Museum L-A is honored and proud to be part of the success of a young start-up company - Origin USA in Farmington, Maine.  Owner Pete Roberts is a very dedicated and driven business leader.  

Click on the image to the left to view six videos from the Origin Maine website titled "Making of an Axiom about Origin USA  that also feature Pete's inspiration from Lewiston-Auburn and the employees of Bates Mill.  
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Click the image above to find out more about how to locate Museum L-A and information about group tours!

Museum L-A Adopts New Mission and Vision

Click here to read about our new Mission and Vision Statements and to learn about our next steps!


Museum L-A connects generations and cultures, fosters a spirit of discovery and human ingenuity, and helps people experience the rich history and heritage of work, the arts and community.


Museum L-A will be:
  • The center of a vibrant community.
  • A cornerstone that celebrates the history, creativity, character, and cultural diversity of Maine's working people.
  • A beacon for innovators, artists, and entrepreneurs.
  • A catalyst for community resurgence.
  • One of Maine's and New England's most compelling cultural destinations.
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