In this week’s episode we are going to talk about Famous Architecture in Maine. From modern museums to historic houses Maine has a rich history of beautiful architecture. First on our list is the Portland Museum of Art.The public face of the Museum is the Charles Shipman Payson designed by Harry Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed Architects. The museum however is three vastly different and architecturally significant buildings that showcase architecture in Maine through the years. Next on our list is the Victoria Mansion. This much loved Portland landmark has amazing seasonal activities and tours of the beautiful architecture. If you are in Kennebunk check out the Wedding Cake House. This house that looks very much like a wedding cake was built in 1852 by a shipbuilder. Or if you are going north stop in Augusta and check out the Blaine House in Maine’s capital. Last but not least check out SabbathDay Lake Shaker Village, established in 1783 this active shaker village has 17 historic structures and plenty of activities. If you have any questions or want to learn more about other famous buildings in Maine leave a comment below and remember, If you Make Maine Your Home you don’t have to do it alone!
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