Old York Historical Society
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Visit the Museums of Old York and explore nine historic museum buildings, a contemporary art gallery and wonderful gardens. At Old York you will experience over 300 years of New England heritage while listening to tales of sea captains and their families, jailers, prisoners and others.
EMERSON-WILCOX HOUSE MUSEUM Main Street York, ME 03909 oldyork.org 8.3 mi (12 mins) For more than 250 years, the Emerson-Wilcox House served as a general store, stage tavern, tailor shop, post office, and home. Now part of the Old York Historical Society, it is a house museum offering a series of…
Visit the Old Gaol, a National Historic Landmark in York Village, the Elizabeth Perkins House and Steedman Woods, both on the York River, just a few of Old York’s properties. The old burial ground is a favorite of ours.
You're in the oldest town in Maine, after all. Get a peek into 17th century York.
Summer months till Columbus Day: Tues-Sat, 10-5; sun 1-5 Complex of historical buildings on York Street in York. www.oldyork.org
Great rainy day activity. We love old houses (obviously). Some excellent properties. Great tavern dinners and spirit tastings in the winter.
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Point of Interest
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