Christmas At Woodlawn

Visit Woodlawn this holiday season. Take an audio tour of the Black House and see the festive decorations while hearing a special audio tour presentation on the history of Christmas at Woodlawn and in New England.

Holiday Tours

Dec. 1 – 23, 10 am – 4pm
Tour Woodlawn and see splendid decorations while hearing a special audio tour presentation on the history of Christmas at Woodlawn and in New England.

Visit our calendar to learn about our Holiday Tours.

Holiday Train Display

Weekends, Dec. 2/3, 9/10, 16/17 10am – 4pm
Christmas at Woodlawn welcomes the the return of a working train display by Eastern Maine Model Railroad Club for its third year. To visit the train display is free of charge. Visitors are asked to register in the Woodlawn Gift Shop.

Holiday High Teas

Experience the elegance of a Holiday High Tea in December.  The teas, catered by Chipper’s Restaurant & Catering from Hancock, will be served in the festively decorated Black House in Ellsworth on Dec. 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22 at 3 pm. RSVP today as space is limited.

Visit our calendar for more information and to register for our Holiday High Teas.

Holiday Business Parties

Businesses are invited to hold their company holiday party at Woodlawn. The parties will be catered by Chipper’s Restaurant. For details and pricing, call Woodlawn at 667-8671.

Our thanks to the 2016 Christmas at Woodlawn Decorators

Bragdon Kelley Funeral Home
McMullen Landscape, Construction & Maintenance
Bar Harbor Bank & Trust
BHA, LLC Certified Public Accountants
Camden National Bank
Dead River Company
The Rock & Art Shop
Sargent Real Estate
Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce
Lee Credit Now
Bangor Savings Bank
UMaine Master Gardener Volunteers
Franklin Savings
Bangor Savings Bank

The Ellsworth American
The Ellsworth Public Library
Machias Savings Bank
Maine Coast Memorial Hospital
Downeast Horizons
Interiors by Details
City of Ellsworth
Ellsworth Garden Club
Bar Harbor Garden Club
Bucksport Garden Club
The Grand
Mortons Moo
PugNuts
Home Depot
Families First Community Center