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Ruggles House

A circa-1818 Federal-style mansion

A circa-1818 Federal-style mansion built for Judge Thomas Ruggles, a wealthy lumber dealer, postmaster, militia captain and Justice of Court Sessions for Washington County, Maine. It is furnished with period antiques and features a "flying" staircase, one of the few in the country. Intricate carvings decorate the drawing room.

  • Address 146 Main Street P.O. Box 116
    Columbia Falls, Maine 04623
  • Phone 207-546-7903
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  • Payments Accepted Cash, check
  • Hours Due to Covid-19, the museum will not be open for the 2020 season. We hope to see everyone starting June 15, 2021.

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