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Lewiston Historical Museum

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Lewiston Historical Museum

The Lewiston Historical Museum was originally built in 1835 and was home to the St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. In the the 1970’s, the church as then converted to a museum for the Historical Association of Lewiston. The museum offers permanent exhibits including the history of Lewiston, the War of 1812 and the Underground Railroad.  The museum is free to the public but donations are accepted and is open in the summer months.