AAA Editor Notes
Monmouth Museum, in the center of town at 751 Main St., is a complex of five buildings that re-creates various aspects of 19th-century rural Maine. The structures include a stencil shop, blacksmith shop, carriage house and freight shed containing farm equipment and other artifacts. The five-room Blossom House is estimated to have been built in 1802. Also on site are genealogical records.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Guided tours are available.