Mid-June to Labor Day: Tuesday through Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.
The Pelletier-Marquis House represents an older working class home and is thought of as “everyman’s home.” Humble in appearance, its original site, rock foundation, low ceilings, buckwheat hull insulation, wide floor boards, and square-headed nails make this a unique historical structure.
Did You Know?
The log blockhouse in Fort Kent, Maine, was built for the "Bloodless" Aroostook War that included a brief period of armed conflict followed by several years of diplomatic disputes and negotiation between Great Britain and the United States. Today the fort is a state-owned national historic landmark.