Ruggles House, Columbia Falls

4.6
#29 of 31 in Museums in DownEast and Acadia Maine
History Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Ruggles House is a historic house museum at 146 Main Street in Columbia Falls, Maine. Built from 1818-1820, in Adamesque style, it is noted for its flying staircase and handcrafted woodwork. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970.
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  • We toured here on a rainy day and it was an excellent tour. The cost is $5 and that $5 kept us engaged for over an hour. Our docent, Roberta, was incredibly knowledgeable about the home, the owners...  more »
  • Ruggles House is a historic house museum. This is not a large house, but it is genteel and well-appointed in a lovely setting, with a bit of local history as well as fine craftsmanship. You can do...  more »
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  • Great history wonderful narrator
  • Great place from a historic point of view

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