We offer many varied displays of Northern Piscataquis County history as well as guided tours of our restored late 1800s mansion and outbuildings. Open June to September Wednesday - Friday, 1:00-4:00
Augusta, Maine's Historical, genealogical and historic preservation organization. Established in 1892
Founded in 1966, the Bethel Historical Society provides visitors with a doorway to northern New England's varied and colorful past. The Society's Regional History Center, established in 1999
Local memorabilia, including town records of Biddeford (1653-1855) plus common council, alderman and assessors'
Victorian House containing restored painted and stenciled ceilings and borders. Open Tuesday 9-12 and 1-4 or by appointment - McPheters' Number is 453-9823
Tour the Greek Revival 1853 Nott House, with it's original furnishings-8 Maine Street. The History Center-125-135
Old Town Hall/
Open summers Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00AM to 1:00
One of the oldest buildings in Guilford, erected in 1825
Old Meeting House on Route 123
This brick and granite structure served as the county jail, sheriff'
The Dexter Historical Society has three museum buildings:
Former 1907 Grand Trunk Railway Station is now home of Gorham Historical Society. Besides the main museum with 3
The Old York Historical Society offers self-guided and guided tours of seven historic buildings: Elizabeth Perkins House (c. 1730), Emerson-Wilcox House (1742)
Located in 1852
Italianate house (1874)
The Conway Homestead is an 18th Century furnished, restored farmhouse. The complex also includes a Barn, Blacksmith Shop, Victorian Privy and Maple Sugar Shop. Hours of operation:
Old Octagonal Post Office (1867)
Includes: Maine Historical Society Library, 774-1822. Center for Maine History Museum, 774-1822. Wadsworth - Longfellow House, 774-1822
Turn of the century brick building, which housed a bank, now houses displays of Rangeley's outdoor sporting heritage and from the hotel era. Also an aoutstanding collection of bird eggs. Open 10
The Historical Society maintains the Old Red Church Museum on Oak Hill Road. Open Monday and Thursday 1:00PM to 4:00
Photographs of early Cherryfield. Tools & household items of 1850-1920 era. Genealogical information. Open July and August Wednesdays and Fridays 1:00 to 4:00
Founded in 1985
Restored to the 1850s, the Wadsworth-Longfellow House was the childhood home of 19th century poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Built in 1785-86 by the poet'
Located in in historic 1857 restored school building - Castine memorabilia and lectures. Open July and August from 10:00 to 4:00
Displays in an 1837 church. Information about local quarries, three railroads, and iron ore mining and manufacturing (Katahdin Iron Works)
Two story home and barn, antique hearse, diorama of original shipyard, old photos, paintings of former Governor Joshua Chamberlain'
Memorabilia of the town including the Narrow Gauge Railroad, the Stanley Family and Maine's Governor, William King. Country store, school house. National Register of Historic Places. Summers, Wed. 9:0
Local memorabilia, old flags, books, clothing, maps. Portland-built piano from Longfellow'
The Bose house, built in 1830'
Located in 1832
1818 school house restored for museum. Detailed records of early Nobleboro families. "Hard Times Cookbook" by the Historical Society is now in its 8
Depicts life in Maine during the 1800'
The Milo Historical Society is a group formed to preserve and promote the history of Milo, Maine. We recently purchased the oldest church building in town for our museum. Come visit us!
A small museum of local history. Shipbuilding, fishing, and changing exhibits about local history. Local artists on display each summer. Open Tuesdays, Saturdays, Sundays, 1 to 4
Society organized 1972. Federal style home built in 1820'