Come visit the 1754 Chapman-Hall Study House and Museum. On the National Register of Historic Places, this cape, the oldest building in Damariscotta, was built by housewright Nathaniel Chapman of Ipswich MA when he was 51 and he lived in it until he was 101.
Trained docents conduct tours of the house in the summer. Come see the ell, the kitchen or keeping room, the borning room, the yellow bedroom, the front entryway, the parlor or best room, and the upstairs. View the architectural details and the furnishings and artifacts that were used every day by the settlers of Damariscotta.
Open from June 2nd through the end of August on Saturdays and Sundays from 12-4.