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Page Farm and Home Museum

Preserving the history of Maine's farming heritage

The Page Farm and Home Museum studies and preserves the history of Maine's 19th-and-20th-century farms and farming communities. The museum complex contains an 1833 post-and-beam barn, the last original agricultural building on the University of Maine campus; an 1855, one-room schoolhouse; a carriage house; a blacksmith shop; and a heritage garden.

Heirloom varieties of herbs, flowers, and vegetables are cultivated here.

  • Address 5787 Museum Barn, Portage Road University of Maine
    Orono, Maine 04469
  • Phone (207) 581-4100
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  • Hours Open 9-4 Tuesday through Friday, 11-4 Saturday and Sunday. Guided tours are available.

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