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Bryant's Stove and Music Museum

27 Stovepipe Aly, Thorndike, ME 04986-3200
+1 207-568-3665
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Don't miss this incredible experience!

I had a wonderful visit with Joe & Bea Bryant last Saturday and enjoyed a personal tour. There are... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2017
Great Falls, Montana
Incredible Collections: Human Ingenuity and Whimsy

This place is hard to explain. There is a showroom of restored woodstoves, but then things get... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2016
Holly W
Minneapolis, Minnesota
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A "museum" containing antique stoves, mechanical toys, music boxes, and like items.
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27 Stovepipe Aly, Thorndike, ME 04986-3200
+1 207-568-3665
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Reviewed 27 May 2017

I had a wonderful visit with Joe & Bea Bryant last Saturday and enjoyed a personal tour. There are classic cars with working horns, operational calliopes, Hurdy Gurdy street pianos, the Doll Museum (search for videos) with one-of-a-kind machinery, mini-pneumatic machines and more than I...More

Thank notoriouskelly
Reviewed 10 September 2016

This place is hard to explain. There is a showroom of restored woodstoves, but then things get weirder. A table of old tools and cooking implements, then a Doll Circus room that should be avoided If you are susceptible to nightmares about clowns or Barbie...More

Thank Holly W
Reviewed 19 August 2016

We heard about the Bryant's Stove Shop from a Wood Stove vendor at the Brimfield Antiques Show. We were looking for parts for a 1930's ish King Kineo Wood Cook Stove for our camp. The Bryants and their daughter and son-in law were super helpful...More

Thank BetsyKNewtown_CTUSA
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Some 30 years ago, Bryant's refurbished an ancient Belgian coal-burning stove my wife had acquired. While the stove was up at Bryant's, we stopped by and discovered this wonderful world of treasures from the past. Vintage cars, stoves from years ago, player pianos that work,...More

Thank LeGenerale
Reviewed 9 July 2016

This was listed as rainy day activity by the owners of the airbnb we stayed at in Freedom, ME. My expectations were pretty low, but my daughters were super excited about a doll circus. It was incredible. I am pretty sad that the gentleman who...More

Thank Jeni H
Reviewed 20 August 2015

While visiting friends on a rainy and 63-degree day in August in Maine, they took us to this out-of-the-way museum. The collection of stuff and the genius mind that put it all together will blow your mind! The accumulation of obsolete piano rolls is nothing...More

Thank SuziSouthwestFL
Reviewed 17 August 2015 via mobile

I can't really describe this place, it's unique, interesting and bizarre all at the same time. But they have lots of cool antique cars, toys, and musical instruments. My kids are 10 and 7, and I wasn't sure what they would think of it. But...More

Thank Jessica M
Reviewed 15 June 2015

I am having an antique stove spiffed up. Impressive and entertaining collection of stoves, dolls and music.

Thank Merestead35
Reviewed 19 May 2015

Discovered by accident when we needed a stove part re-chromed, the toy and mechanical music machine collection must be seen and experienced to be believed! It's a family-owned treasure trove of player pianos, hurry-gurdies, calliopes, stoves and mechanical toys. Trust me, it's an experience you'll...More

Thank MPnDW
Reviewed 17 March 2015

this little museum is tucked away in a small backwater town. Not near any major highway You have s self guided tour or old cars old machines and musical boxes. Even dolls. Because it's so unusual and you need to make it a project to...More

Thank everett g
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