The Brick Store Museum, located at 117 Main Street, in the town of Kennebunk, Maine, is one of only a few museums that opened during the Great Depression in the United States. It focuses on preserving the heritage of the Kennebunks through its collections, preservation, interpretation, and exhibition of its material culture.
The fifth building in the Museum complex was given by the Barry family, originally as the New Art Center Workshop, run by Edith Barry. The house at 4 Dane Street (located behind the Museum), was built in the 19th century and inherited by Edith Barry through her mother’s family. It is currently used by the Museum as a programming space and collections storage facility, as well as rental office space.