Operating Hours & Seasons
The National Park Service does not operate any sites as part of Maine Acadian Culture. Many of the attractions in the St. John Valley are privately operated by non-profit organizations that are part of the Maine Acadian Heritage Council. The information contained here is intended to give you a rough idea of operating hours and seasons. Many sites are open only during summer months. Please verify hours directly with the managing organizations and check with chambers of commerce for more information about these or other sites.
Acadian Village - Van Buren, Maine
Allagash Wilderness Waterway
Fort Kent Blockhouse - Fort Kent, Maine
Allagash Historical Society Museum - Allagash, Maine
Frenchville Historical Society - Frenchville, Maine
Historic Governor Brann School - the town of Cyr Plantation, one mile south of Van Buren, Maine.
Le Club Français - Madawaska, Maine
Madawaska Historical Society (Tante Blanche Museum) - Madawaska, Maine
Musée culturel du Mont-Carmel - Lille, Maine
Saint Francis Historical Society (Bangor and Aroostook Railroad Turntable) - St. Francis, Maine
Did You Know?
In 1842 Lord Ashburton of Great Britain and Daniel Webster of the United States negotiated a treaty (known as the Webster-Ashburton Treaty) that established the St. John and St. Francis Rivers as the international boundary above Grand Falls.