19th Century Willowbrook Village, Newfield
Categories: History Museums, Museums
19th Century Willowbrook Village will make you feel as if you have stepped back in time. Founded in 1970 by Donald King, Willowbrook Village is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and exhibiting historic artifacts in order to depict life in rural Maine and New England from the mid 19th to early 20th century. The collections housed at Willowbrook are a window into the creative minds and personalities of rural America as they changed and adapted to modern technology.To visit 19th Century Willowbrook Village and get the most from your holiday in Newfield, create itinerary details personal to you using our Newfield holiday planner.
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So sad to learn that Willowbrook will be closing after this season. They offer a large collection of farm equipment, beautiful antique carriages and sleighs including a restored Concord coach. The ant... read more »
We just received word Willow rook,is closing in October of 2016. This was a favorite with my family and Christmas Shopping was incomplete unless we had some type of period roy or publication from thei... read more »
Lots of things to see from an antique carrousel (that you can ride on) to sleighs, carriages, farm machinery. Don't miss High Tea at the main house. Plan to spend at least 3 hours. Friendly and inform... read more »
Had an awesome day! Horse drawn carriage ride, rode the 1894 carousel, they even had a live pianist accompanying silent movies at the ice cream parlor. Recommend visiting the side near the Trafton house first so you get a chance to see the live events before 3 (they were finishing up around 3:30). Something for everyone, we arrived at 12:30 and had to hurry to catch everything by 5! Only improvement would be more clearly labeling how all the equipment worked, some items looked very interesting, but if you didn't know what you were looking at you were out of luck. Highly recommend.
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