Welcome to the National Museum of the Morgan Horse
The National Museum of the Morgan Horse (NMMH) is now on display at the beautiful Pineland Farms Equestrian Center, a state-of-the-art facility in New Gloucester, Maine (located at 15 Farm View Drive) that breeds, promotes and trains quality Morgan horses AND is home to Cabot Morgans. The NMMH is owned by the American Morgan Horse Association and is open to visitors. Please visit the Pineland Farms website for current hours of operation. For more information, call (207) 831-4989.
Pineland Farms has thousands of visitors each year including tour buses with as many as 200 people at a time. Located just a short drive from Portland, Maine (where many cruise ships dock for day excursions), the farm is open to the public year round. Visitors will be able to view the exhibit, see live horse demonstrations and pick up materials to assist them in locating all-things Morgan once they return to their home state.
NMMH will maintain and preserve the history of the Morgan breed while educating and sharing the history of the Morgan horse through the collection. The museum hosts exhibits, art and a library of the AMHA Registry volumes and the breed’s official publication The Morgan Horse. New exhibits and collections will be featured.
In the future, the online collection will available for viewing here.
For the first time, the National Museum of the Morgan Horse shares a home with Morgan horses! Visitors can view the museum and a take a first-hand look at Morgan horses from the collection at Cabot Morgans. Open 8 a.m.-1 p.m. daily.
2021 NMMH Silent Auction Fundraiser at OKC - BATTLE OF THE BARNS
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The public should know and respect the importance of the Morgan horse, including in the history and development of the United States.
To educate and share the history of the Morgan horse by collecting, preserving, and maintaining art, artifacts, and archives.
The NMMH will embrace, respect, and value the diversity of the Morgan horse and will appreciate all aspects of the breed.
The NMMH will be good stewards of the history of the Morgan horse, including the collection, the people, and the stories that comprise the history.
The NMMH will engage the national and international Morgan horse community through a variety of efforts including outreach at events, affiliation with other Morgan-related groups, and use of all media venues.