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wo historic houses and their barns, a reproduction schoolhouse and bandstand, and a millpond grace this restored country village. Plan to spend at least 3 hours once you arrive. Bring a picnic or enjoy lunch on site. Horse-drawn sleighs and carriages, an 1849 Concord stagecoach, a 1894 carousel, gas engines and exhibits of various trades and tools – blacksmith, broom maker, canoe builder, cooper, cobbler, harness maker, printer, wheelwright, woodworker - are just a few of the delightful displays you'll see!
Be sure to check our calendar for exciting events and activities.
Read the May 2013 Newsletter here.
Read the Annual 2012 Update here.
Read the July 2012 Update here.
Read the May 2012 Newsletter here.
New at Willowbrook
Just added to our collection, a Tibbetts Carriage built in Newfield. View here.
New Coffee Mugs for sale in the Country Store. Admission is not required to shop or dine at Willowbrook. View here.
Mission Willowbrook - Simple Machines. View here.
Basket Ball Exhibit. View here.
Adopt an Artifact
View Adopt an Artifact Program here.
View Adoptable Artifact List here. See a video of the Artifacts on our Facebook page.
View Adoption Form here.
SCHOOL FIELD TRIP FLYER
Please take another minute to read and share the attached School Tour Flyer with a parent, a family member, an educator or community group whose children that would benefit from our unique school program. Please, give a child the opportunity to learn about the past, because without understanding it, you cannot plan your future. Willowbrook is the way life used to be. here.
Download the Annual Giving Flyer here.
19th Century Willowbrook Village is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charitable organization
listed on the National Register of Historic Places
19th Century Willowbrook Village • P.O. Box 28, Newfield, Maine 04056 207-793-2784