Whether it is a precious antique, grandma's rocker, or a flea market treasure, Al Jenkins will help you restore your chair to its original beauty by...
Unravel Mother Nature’s chemical wizardry and solve the enigma of the autumn leaves. Why do they turn color and how? Decipher fall’s spectacle of...
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