405 Perry Road, Bangor Maine 04401
Also known as the Thomas A Hill House, the Bangor Historical Society Museum is a Greek Revival house designed by Richard Upjohn. This beautiful house was built in 1836. The interior has been restored. The house is furnished in a 19th century style. The portraits and landscapes were created by prominent artists. The exhibits are constantly changing. Often they focus on various subjects. There are brochures available for self-guiding walking tours of the historical district. Bus tours of Bangor are offered on Thursday at 10:30am from June through September.
Open year round, hours vary. Call for more information.
Other History nearby:
(Bangor) Bangor Historical Society Museum
(Burley) Cassia County Historical Museum
(Ellsworth) Colonel Black Mansion
(Bucksport) Fort Knox
(Dexter) Grist Mill Museum and the Miller's House
(Bar Harbor) Natural History Museum
01/20 Coming to The Bangor area
Acadia Birding Festival Bar Harbor ME May30-June2 Celebrate the ecological wonders of the birds of the Gulf of Maine at the Acadia Birding Festival. Explore Mount Desert Island and its birds through numerous events and venues.
Maine Yoga Festival Portland ME July13-14 Maine YogaFest is a premiere wellness event for the Maine community to come together, celebrate the healing powers of yoga and encourage a healthy, peaceful and compassionate way of living
Ossipee Valley Bluegrass Festival Cornish ME July25-28 Ossipee Valley Bluegrass Festival is an annual summer event. It features the New England Flat Picking and Banjo Championships.
Bates Dance Festival Lewiston ME June28-August10 Bates Dance Festival brings together an international community of choreographers, performers, educators and students in a cooperative community to study, perform and create new work. It enables artists, students and audiences to share their knowledge and inspiration through workshops, jams, discussions, informal showings and performances.
Great Falls Yoga Festival Lewiston ME September28 Great Falls Yoga Festival is a community event celebrating and highlighting the talents of local, state and regional yoga teachers, healers, and artists.