• Wiscasset's Museum in the Streets - Wiscasset, Maine

      This walking tour takes you past 29 historic houses and sites in the town of Wiscasset. First inhabited by Native Americans, Wiscasset was settled by the English and, in the later part of the 1700s was a thriving seaport. The oldest historic houses on the walking tour date from the early 1800s when ships from all over the world called on the port. The preserved and restored buildings give Wiscasset its small village charm.

      If you go:
      You can pick up a walking tour map at any of the signs for the 29 historic sites. Three of the sites, including Castle Tucker, are open for public visitation seasonally (admission fee). Parking is on the street. Two notable eateries are Red's Eats (a lobster shack) and Sarah's Cafe.

      Links:





      Stop 1 - Castle Tucker
      2 Lee Street
      Wiscasset, Maine 04578 USA
      wiscassetmits@yahoo.com

      Mailing address:
      PO Box 16
      Wiscasset, ME 04578 USA

      Phone Numbers:

      Wiscasset's Museum in the Streets
      +1 (207) 882-4393


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