The L.C. Bates Museum at Good Will-Hinckley is an early 20th century natural history and cultural museum, really a "Cabinet of Curiosities" housed in an historic brick Romanesque Revival school building. There is an arboretum and nature trails behind the museum.
Natural history exhibitions include Maine wildlife dioramas, mounted birds, fish and mammals, and minerals. The cultural exhibits include the history of the Good Will-Hinckley Homes for children, archaeology, Maine history, and a temporary art exhibit, Bones. Special Program 10 AM Fossil Exploration for Children
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