Washburn-Norlands Living History Center
Maine's Oldest Living History Farm and Museum
Step back into the 19th century and enjoy an afternoon of history and fun at Maine’s oldest living history farm.
Norlands is a multifaceted museum offering in-depth experiences in 18th and 19th century rural life. Here, the visitor is an active participant in daily and seasonal farming and housework, and becomes involved in the social, political and educational activities of the times.
Norlands is the family home of the Washburns, one of the great political and industrial dynasties of the 19th century. Of the ten children born to Israel and Martha Washburn, seven sons rose to serve as governors, congressmen, a United States senator, Secretary of State, foreign ministers, a Civil War general, and a Navy captain.
290 Norlands Road
Livermore, Maine 04253
- Phone 207-897-4366
- Website www.norlands.org
- Hours Open in July and August on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 11am-4pm. Also open for site tours by appointment. Just give us a call to set up a convenient time. Motorcoach tours welcome, by appointment. Visit our website for information about group programs.