Enjoy a traditional high tea in an enchanting setting. Named the best garden tea in New England by Yankee Magazine, Woodlawn's high teas are a...
In her talk, Dr. Kimball will explore the connections between northern lumbering and southern coal mining in the late 19th and early 20th centuries,...
For over 180 years, stone walls have quietly defined Woodlawn’s boundaries. Measuring approximately a mile and half long, their grace and beauty are testament to a traditional New England craft while quietly reminding us of the estate’s agricultural roots. The dry-laid fieldstone walls can be traced to Col. John Black’s use of Woodlawn as a gentleman’s farm, most likely built as fields were cleared for cultivation. Woodlawn has recently begun a project restore the stone walls.
Woodlawn Museum, Gardens & Park
P.O. Box 1478 • Rte. 172 • Ellsworth, Maine 04605 • (207) 667-8671