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Maine Forest and Logging Museum

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Beautiful arrea

While there was only the caretaker on duty in the gift shop that day, she was very helpful. We... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2018
Green Cove Springs, Florida
Woodsy, pretty, informative ... even off season!

Even though it was closed in November, we were looking for a walk in the woods without going too... read more

Reviewed 16 November 2017
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10 Aug 2018
“Beautiful arrea”
15 Nov 2017
“Woodsy, pretty, informative ... even off season!”
The Maine Forest and Logging Museum, is a nonprofit organization incorporated in 1960. Its focus is on forest resources and culture. It offers weekly programs during non-winter seasons as well as school tours and large public events like living...more
262 Government Rd, Bradley, ME 04411-5236
+1 207-974-6278
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Reviewed 11 August 2018

While there was only the caretaker on duty in the gift shop that day, she was very helpful. We walked the area, seeing how all the logging was done. Very photogenic, esp the mill and the covered bridge. Due to the recent rain, the bugs...More

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Reviewed 16 November 2017

Even though it was closed in November, we were looking for a walk in the woods without going too far out of Bangor, so decided to go anyway. The mile drive down a rough dirt gave me hope for trails. But I was not prepared...More

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Sherry D, Executive Director at Maine Forest and Logging Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 11 January 2018

Thanks for sending a review! The grounds are really beautiful right now with the snow, but a challenge to get around. Bring snowshoes! The trails are still suffering from the windstorm, but the immediate grounds have been cleared of the fallen trees. We have a...More

Reviewed 11 September 2015

This place was recommended by my neighbor. If she hadn't told us about it, we never would have known it was there. We were so gad she did. It is an outdoor museum with dirt road trails with separate buildings with different purposes. Go at...More

Thank Brenda P
Reviewed 6 July 2015

Went on day no activity except volunteer at office. Pros: many old buildings showing how mill worked Great potential for improving visitor experience Cons: Poor directions to museum Poorly maintained gravel road Primitive bathrooms...take hand wipes Extensive walking

Thank Carol S
Reviewed 11 October 2014

I had driven by this museum on a number of occasions, and finally decided to check it out a few years ago for one of the "Living History" days. I was amazed there was so much back off the little dirt road I had driven...More

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Reviewed 18 February 2013

This is the 3rd year in a row we go to Logging History Days. It's not just about the mill. Hands on learning, from bisquits on open fire, making own cider, spun angora, blacksmithing, to trails, horse drawn wagon rides etc. Beautiful time of year....More

Thank baxterME
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