This Maine Christmas Town Is Straight Out Of A Norman Rockwell Painting
By Chris Dodge|Published December 05, 2022
My name is Chris Dodge and I live right here in the great state of Tennessee. My family and I are full adventurers filled with passion to see the amazing things our state has to offer. We are avid hikers and have explored many different places in Tennessee and beyond but we are always thankful to be living in such a glorious state.
Christmas in Gardiner, Maine, is a fitting place for a classic Christmas. In fact, it looks like it was an inspiration for a Norman Rockwell painting. It makes sense because Mr. Rockwell spend a lot of time in the northeastern region, so New England’s small-town life become a muse for his paintings. Naturally, the beautiful small downtown area of Gardiner, Maine, fits his style perfectly.
Christmas in Gardiner, Maine, looks like the classic small towns depicted in a Norman Rockwell painting. We love the decorations and the charming small-town feel of our little towns in Maine. Visit Gardiner this year for some shopping, an event, or simply make it a stop well looking at Christmas lights around the state. For any more information on happenings around town please visit the Gardiner Maine Street website.