Around every corner, the City of Bath has a story to tell. The City's Historic Markers Project helps bring those stories to life.
The City currently has 34 Historic Markers located at: Broad Street, City Hall, City Park, Front-Centre Streets, North End Boat Launch, Old Customs House, Train Station/Visitors Center, the Plant Home, Washington-Corliss Streets, Water Street, Waterfront Park and Winnegance.
The project was under the guidance of researcher and writer Robin A. S. Haynes and graphic designers Stuart A. Ross and Jay S. Paulus.
The Bath Historic Markers Project benefited greatly from strong community relationships between the City, its Recognition Committee, and Haynes and: Bath Historical Society, Friends of the Zorach Fountain, Maine Maritime Museum, Patten Free Library Sagadahoc History & Genealogy Room and the Plant Home.
The City of Bath Historic Markers Project is being supported in part by a Preserve America grant administered by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior.