This beautiful little museum located in the center of town is housed in the old Rangeley Trust Co. and operated by the Rangeley Lakes Historical Society. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places and served as the Town Office and Jail for a time. The Jail cell is now an exhibit in the basement. The museum features town history including agricultural, railroad, steamship, business and family history to name just a few of many subjects. In 2020 we will open new exhibits highlighting the Narrow-Gauge Railroad and Rangeley's 1st Airmail Service in 1938. Vintage film, photos, 3D stereograph images, documents and antique artifacts will share countless stories of Rangeley and the surrounding townships. Admission is $3.00 Children 12 and under, Seniors 65 and older and all year-round residents of either the Town of Rangeley or adjoining townships are admitted FREE of charge.