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The  Conway Homestead was built around 1770 by Robert Thorndike, the first White settler in Camden. Thorndike's son Robert Jr. was born in the house in 1773, who was one of the first White children born in the area.

The Conway Homestead was built around 1770 by Robert Thorndike, the first White settler in Camden. Thorndike's son Robert Jr. was born in the house in 1773, who was one of the first White children born in the area.

Maynard Stanley Jr

Bean Hole beans

Bean Hole beans

Maynard Stanley Jr

The Barn  the heavy timbered style of the l 8th century. In it a fine collection of carriages, sleighs, farm implements and early tools

The Barn the heavy timbered style of the l 8th century. In it a fine collection of carriages, sleighs, farm implements and early tools

Maynard Stanley Jr

Blacksmith Shop, Fully equipped as a blacksmith shop of the type common to small towns years ago. The oxen lift is one of its interesting pieces of equipment

Blacksmith Shop, Fully equipped as a blacksmith shop of the type common to small towns years ago. The oxen lift is one of its interesting pieces of equipment

Maynard Stanley Jr

Happy people enjoying a Bean hole bean supper, aine yellow-eyed beans cooked underground the old-fashioned way - run out. Menu: beans, Kirshner hot dog, coleslaw, biscuits with real butter and a pickle or two,

Happy people enjoying a Bean hole bean supper, aine yellow-eyed beans cooked underground the old-fashioned way - run out. Menu: beans, Kirshner hot dog, coleslaw, biscuits with real butter and a pickle or two,

Maynard Stanley Jr

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Camden-Rockport Historical Society

Web Site Camden- Rockport Historical Society Welcome to Conway Homestead and grounds, which include the Conway House and Barn, Maple Sugar House, Blacksmith Shop, and the Cramer Museum. A "must-see" New England attraction which depicts life in early 1770

Bean Hole Bean Suppers, the 2nd Saturday each month

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July 9th , August 13th, Sept 10th, October 8th WE will have live music Too !

PLEASE JOIN US good food and a good time : bean-hole beans baked by Maynard Stanley Jr. in a hole in the ground at the Camden-Rockport Historical Society's historic Conway House complex, The supper starts at 5:00 p.m. and continues until the beans - Maine yellow-eyed beans cooked underground the old-fashioned way - run out. Menu: beans, Kirshner hot dog, coleslaw, biscuits with real butter and a pickle or two, plus an iced drink or coffee and the famous pie table, all homemade. The cost is $10 adults, $8 seniors and members, and $5 for those age 6 to 12, no charge for children under 6.
Those who become a member of the Historical Society that evening eat for free.

  • Address 7 Commercial Street
    Rockport, Maine 04857
  • Phone 207-236-2257
  • Website conwayhouse.org/
  • Payments Accepted cash , check
  • Hours The historical society complex will open for the season on Saturday, June 11th Admission is $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for under 18 years. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 1 to 4p.m. Tours are scheduled on the hour with 3 p,m. the last one

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