Plan Your Visit

Plan Your Visit

Plan Your Visit

Ticketing and Hours

Currently, the museum is not open for visitors. Our opening day is May 26, but you will still be able to book tickets in advance! For updates, head to our Facebook page!

Spring Hours
Starting May 26
Monday – Saturday
10 am – 2 pm

Tickets can be purchased online now in advance

Guided Tour
We’re excited to now offer guided tours to guests! Learn about Bar Harbor’s history and La Rochelle in a comprehensive way with a lively, knowledgeable tour guide!

Guided tours will be held at 10am every Friday. Tickets can be purchased online now in advance below

Admission prices
Guided tour – $20
General Admission – $15
Seniors, students – $13
Group – $10
Youth (7-12) – $7
Children (6 and under) – Free
Active Military – Free

Booking Online

Tickets purchases online beforehand can be scanned or checked in at our visitor’s desk at your selected time and date.

Included with your ticket

Your ticket includes all indoor exhibitions, outside exhibitions, gardens, and same-day entry to La Rochelle. Relax and take your time on the piazza!

Member benefits

Members enjoy free admission for the entire year of membership. Bring your membership card to the visitor’s desk and they’ll let you right in!

Group visits

For groups of 10 or more (excluding third-party guided tours) are not required to register in advance. Just walk straight to our visitor’s desk and we’ll be happy to help!

Know Before You Go

Health and Safety

Masks are recommended but not required at the museum.


Street parking is available within walking distance of the Museum. For additional information on pricing for parking and meters, including a parking map of Bar Harbor, please visit


La Rochelle, home of the Bar Harbor Historical Society, is located at 127 West Street, Bar Harbor, ME 04609


We welcome all visitors and commit ourselves to offering services that are accessible to everyone. As a historic building, Under ADAAG §206.2. 1 Exception 1, we have an accessible entrance to the West of our building. The first floor of the museum is accessible, though we unfortunately do not have an active elevator for access to the two remaining floors. However, if you’d like to see our historic elevator shaft the Bowdoins installed, just ask and we’d love to show you!

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