A visit to the Outdoor Heritage Museum (OHM) is sure to capture the imagination and spark a greater interest in Rangeley’s unique and intriguing outdoor history. The museum offers several important artifacts in its extensive historical collections that creatively share the region's colorful history. The Outdoor Heritage Museum is located in the nearby village of Oquossoc and was recently named by Yankee Magazine as the "Best Sporting Museum in New England"
The Outdoor Heritage Museum offers its visitors award-winning exhibits with artifacts highlighting such Rangeley icons as: Fly Rod Crosby, Herb Welch, Carrie Stevens and "We Took To The Woods” author Louise Dickinson Rich, just to name a few. Our collection also features numerous 10,000 year old Paleo Native American artifacts, two world-famous Rangeley Boats, an extensive array of antique sporting equipment, a working silk fly line making machine, numerous works of art and a gift shop. These are just a few examples of what awaits visitors at the Outdoor Heritage Museum.