The Washburn-Norlands Living History Center is a living museum and working farmstead operating under methods of the 1800s. The entire estate has been preserved to maintain its original splendor created by the Washburn family. There are five original buildings including the Mansion (1867), Library (1883), Meeting House (1828), One-Room Schoolhouse (1853), and Carriage House.
OPEN IN JULY and AUGUST for LIVING HISTORY TOURS
Drop in on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays throughout July and August: 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (arrive by 3:00 pm to enjoy the full site) No appointments necessary. Visit with people from the 1870 Livermore Community. Fun for all ages.Tour the 1867 Washburn family mansion and attached farmer's cottage and the 1853 one-room schoolhouse, at your own pace.
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OPEN BY APPOINTMENT FOR GUIDED TOURS AND PROGRAMS
Norlands offers a number of programs for tour groups including families and individuals. See our Programs Page for details. Call 207-897-4366 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to check on availability and to arrange a specific time for your group.
Guided tours may include a visit to the Washburn family home, the one-room school house to experience how "scholars" of 1853 learned their lessons and a visit to the library where you meet the members of the Washburn family.
All of the programs listed below are available for groups by appointment. Call today to check availability.