Skolfield-Whittier House, Brunswick

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The Skolfield–Whittier House is a Victorian museum of the Pejepscot Historical Society, located at 161 Park Row in Brunswick, Maine. It is often referred to as a "time capsule" because it has been virtually untouched since the Victorian era.
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  • The owners of this house stopped living here in 1925, and used it only as a summer home for 60 years. They donated it to the historical society with all contents, and the result if a fascinating... 
    The owners of this house stopped living here in 1925, and used it only as a summer home for 60 years. They donated it to the historical society with all contents, and the result if a fascinating...  more »
  • We visited this attraction as part of a package deal with the Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum. It's a relatively short walk from the museum to the house. The house has a great number of artifacts from... 
    We visited this attraction as part of a package deal with the Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum. It's a relatively short walk from the museum to the house. The house has a great number of artifacts from...  more »
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  • Enjoyable We really liked the setup and the guide was knowledgeable.
  • Duplex homes of we'll off brothers with furnishings frozen in time.

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