AAA Editor Notes
Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site and Fort William Henry, off SR 130 at 3 Colonial Pemaquid Dr., is the site of an English settlement dating from the early 17th century. A museum displays artifacts excavated from the area. The original Fort Charles was replaced by Fort William Henry in 1692; 4 years later the French captured and destroyed it. Fort Frederick was erected on the same site in 1729. A reproduction built on the original foundation contains historical material.



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$4; $1 (ages 65+); free (ages 0-11). Phone to verify.
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Daily 9-dusk (facilities are open Memorial Day-Labor Day only). Allow 30 minutes minimum.
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