Carriage House Museum Shop

Welcome to the shop!

We bring you fresh, intriguing, and beautiful objects in limited quantities. Whether modern in interpretation or fashioned using time-honored techniques, these items recall Ruggles and Olive Morse’s penchant for seeking out talented artisans and supporting their handiwork.

The Carriage House Museum Shop is open during regular museum hours, 7 days a week from 10am-4pm. Please contact Molly Kingsbury, Museum Shop Buyer & Merchandiser, at mkingsbury@victoriamansion.org or call (207) 772-4841 ext. 105 with any shop questions.

Masks are required on Victoria Mansion property, including the Carriage House. We will continue to adapt and follow state guidelines to ensure the health and well-being of both you and our beloved brownstone.

We look forward to seeing you, but please check in as we update the offerings in our online shop frequently.
As always, we thank you for your patronage and for your support of this historic gem, Victoria Mansion.

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New 2022 Publication

Images of America: Victoria Mansion, by current Executive Director Tim Brosnihan and former Executive Director Tom Johnson, is available now! This book focuses on photographs and other images documenting the Mansion’s history, from its conceptualization as a grand summer home through its current existence as an historic house museum. Rarely seen photographs of the Morse and Libby eras grace the pages, as do images of the early years of the Victoria Society’s stewardship of the house in the mid-20th century. Most photos featured in this book are being published for the first time.

Graphite Forms

Perfect for a Victorian style curio cabinet, yet functional enough to live on your breakfast table and write out your shopping list. These carefully crafted objects made of graphite record your daydreams or your to-do list without transferring a smudge to your hand.

Egyptian Glass Ornaments

We offer a sparkling selection of these beautiful, jewel tone glass ornaments, made using traditional methods. Suspend them before a window to catch the light or gather them in a bowl to remind you of the gorgeous stained glass windows of the mansion.