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Stop first at the Country Store to purchase your admission tickets and pick up a map guide. While there, savor mouth-watering dill pickles from the barrel and sample tangy aged cheddar cheese. Everyone’s favorite is the extensive candy counter with choices you’ll recall from your childhood—no matter your age!
Books, gifts, Victorian period reproductions, candles, cast iron toys and banks, and made-in-Maine items are just a few of the things you’ll find. Kitchen gadgets, soaps, and other old-fashioned goods are also available.
The historic site of Amos Straw’s 19th century general store, displays include many country store artifacts—glass covered display cases, tin containers and boxes and advertising signs as well as an antique ticket booth.
While touring the Village you’ll have plenty of time to work up an appetite. Stop by the Sandwich Shop between 11:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to choose from a variety of tasty items — sandwiches, wraps, salads, hamburgers, hot dogs, and a Young at Heart section — all at reasonable prices. (Download the Menu.)
On Father's Day and Grandparent's Day, enjoy a tasty farmer's breakfast buffet brunch offering a variety of farm fresh foods. Brunch is $12 per person; $10 for seniors and $5 for those 8 and under.
Ice Cream ParlorGot a sweet tooth? Find relief in the Ice Cream Parlor! Old-fashioned sundaes, sodas, floats, frappes and cones prepared just for you from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Other Visitor Amenities
Picnic tables are available throughout the Village grounds—or bring a blanket and enjoy your picnic on the lawn. Facilities rentals for weddings, receptions, family reunions, employee picnics and meetings are available. Please call 207-793-2784 or email us for more information.
A little over half of the Village is accessible by wheelchair. Historic steps and gravel paths make access more difficult in some areas. A wheelchair is available at the Country Store for visitors who may need one--call ahead to reserve it. The Sandwich Shop’s accessible entrance can be reached from the small parking lot next to the Dr. Trafton House. There are several chairs and benches placed around the Village on which visitors may rest or simply enjoy the setting.
Rest rooms are available in the Durgin Barns and Sandwich Shop.
19th Century Willowbrook Village is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charitable organization
listed on the National Register of Historic Places
19th Century Willowbrook Village • P.O. Box 28, Newfield, Maine 04056 207-793-2784