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19th Century Willowbrook Village

70 Elm Street

We're off the beaten path-but well worth the drive.

Large enough to be worth your attention-yet small enough for an afternoon visit.

Plan to spend at least 3 hours once you arrive. Bring a picnic or enjoy lunch on site.

Two historic houses and their barns, a reproduction schoolhouse and bandstand, and a millpond grace this restored country village.

Horse-drawn sleighs and carriages, an 1849 Concord stagecoach, a 1894 carousel, gas engines, a "roadable" airplane, and various trades shops blacksmith, broom maker, canoe builder, cooper, cobbler, harness maker, printer, wheelwright, woodworker these are just a few of the delightful displays you'll see.


Giant Catbass

Tuesday, March 13, 2018
19th Century Willowbrook Village was an open-air museum encompassing a former 19th-century village in Newfield, Maine. It is located north of the town center on Elm Street, on approximately 10 acres (4.0 ha), with 34 buildings. It was open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 5 days each week from the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend through October, closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Much of the museum property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Newfield (Willowbrook) Historic District.

Alyssa Hawkins

Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016
Had an awesome day! Horse drawn carriage ride, rode the 1894 carousel, they even had a live pianist accompanying silent movies at the ice cream parlor. Recommend visiting the side near the Trafton house first so you get a chance to see the live events before 3 (they were finishing up around 3:30). Something for everyone, we arrived at 12:30 and had to hurry to catch everything by 5! Only improvement would be more clearly labeling how all the equipment worked, some items looked very interesting, but if you didn't know what you were looking at you were out of luck. Highly recommend.

David Bianchi

Friday, July 6, 2018
no longer Willowbrook

Latham Green

Saturday, Sep. 3, 2016
Oxygen in the Butterworth

Mary Thomas

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

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