Old Conway Complex & Museum

Description

One of the oldest in the region, the Conway House was built in 1770. After its restoration in the 1960s, it was open to the public. The house was restored in an 18th century, rural Cape Cod-style. Visitors can explore the interiors of the house, which are furnished with authentic household items that were used in the 18th and early 19th centuries. Additional buildings on the site include a barn, a blacksmith shop, a maple sugar house, and an education center.

Address

Camden-Rockport Lane
US Route 1
Camden, ME 04843

Lat/Long

44.00304800, -69.66600000
Visit Website
207-236-2257

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