Camden Shipyard and Maritime Museum is committed to ensuring accessibility for all visitors, and we strive to make reasonable efforts to accommodate individuals with diverse needs. If you require specific accommodations or have any questions about accessibility during your visit, please contact us, and we will do our best to assist you.
The Camden Shipyard & Maritime Museum (CSMM) is housed in the former Church of Our Savior (1893) and the 1904 Parish Hall expansion was partially made with stone used as ballast from Peary’s 1903 expedition to the Arctic. In addition to the museum dedicated to Camden's maritime history, the building complex hosts Urban Promise's Urban BoatWorks Program and the Camden Carpenters Pre-Apprenticeship Program.
The Mission of CSMM is to educate, inspire and engage citizens about Camden's rich maritime heritage and significant contributions to global shipbuilding and seafaring. The museum is an anchor institution for cultural enrchment and community development for Camden's Waterfront South neighborhood.
Camden Shipyard Timeline
Jack O'Byrne, PhD
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
VOLUNTEER DIRECTOR OF CARPENTRY PROGRAM
Michael Lang, Ph.D.