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Wilhelm Reich Museum

Wilhelm Reich Museum Review

The Wilhelm Reich Museum showcases the life and work of controversial physician-scientist Wilhelm Reich (1897–1957), who believed that a force called orgone energy is in all living matter and the atmosphere. The Orgone Energy Observatory exhibits biographical materials, inventions, and the equipment used in his experiments. The observatory deck has magnificent views of the countryside. In July and August, the museum offers nature programs for all ages. Trails lace the 175-acre grounds.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 19 Orgonon Cir., off Rte. 4 Rangeley, ME 04970 | Map It
  • Phone: 207/864–3443
  • Cost: Museum $6, grounds free
  • Hours: Museum July and Aug., Wed.–Sun. 1–5; Sept., Sat. 1–5. Grounds daily 9–5
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  • Location: Rangeley
Updated: 12-26-2013

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