Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village In Maine Is Home To The Largest And Last Population Of Shakers In The Country

Living in Maine means understanding as much as possible about the things that came before us. There’s so much history that can be found throughout the state, which means there’s always an opportunity to learn. And it’s pretty lucky that a lot of our history is interesting. Just as great is that some of it can still be experienced today. This spot in New Gloucester is one of the best places to visit (when it’s safe!) to learn more about our state’s history.

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The Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village is a wonderful place to tour and see but, due to COVID, they’ll be closed through 2020. Even more reason to make your plans to visit them in 2021! Check out their website to learn more about what they offer. For now, you can check out their virtual Christmas fair, which will replace the one that’s usually held in person. If you have questions you can reach them on 207-926-4597.

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Address: 707 Shaker Rd, New Gloucester, ME 04260, USA