Wiscasset's MITS

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Welcome to Wiscasset's MITS !

“Wiscasset, a little town on the coast of Maine is one of the best-preserved villages in the country. The town has wonderful examples of eighteenth and nineteenth-century architecture, which is why it is known as “The Prettiest Village in Maine”..

Within 30 min, we'll send you two things: a unique password and an app. Download the app onto your phone, enter the password, and download the tour inside. When you arrive, head over to the first stop. Stick to our recommended route and speed limit for the best experience.

This is not an entrance ticket. Check opening hours and pandemic rules before your visit.


Key Stops for Wiscasset's MITS:-

  • Wiscasset
  • Castle Tucker 1807
  • Wood-Foote House 1812-1824
  • Moses Carlton House 1804
  • Lincoln and Kennebec Bank 1805, Wiscasset Library 1929
  • Lee-Smith House 1792
  • Meeting House 1767, Rebuilt 1840, First Congregational Church 1907
  • Lincoln County Courthouse 1824
  • The Common
  • Swett-Johnston-Neal House 1805
  • Bailey Tucker House 1803
  • St. Philip’s Episcopal Church 1823
  • Wiscasset Academy 1807
  • Octagon House 1855
  • Old Jail Museum
  • Stacy House
  • Kingsbury House 1763
  • Nickels-Sortwell House 1807
  • Hilton House, Sunken Garden
  • Lower Main St and Wiscasset Bridge
  • Rundlett Block
  • Wawenock Block
  • Downtown Stores
  • R.H.T. Taylor
  • Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway
  • Hesper & Luther Little
  • Richard III
  • Haggetts Garage
  • Custom House
  • Wiscasset Sailing Vessels, Casilda, Tamerlane and When and If
  • Sunday Sailing Party
  • Wiscasset's Railroads 1849 - 2013
  • Hobson’s Island, White’s Island
  • Powder House

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