The Curran Homestead Living History Farm and Museum is a Community Education Project and a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation located in Orrington, Maine. It includes a 19th-century farmstead with vegetable gardens, a functioning blacksmith shop, a growing collection of domestic and agricultural material culture, seasonal events, an oral history archive, and over 30 acres of fields and woodlands to explore. We are situated opposite a large fresh-water pond with accessibility to additional wooded trails. We offer the experience of early-20th-century life on a family farm in rural eastern Maine.
Our next event:
Saturday-Sunday, June 8-9, 2013:
Annual Yard Sale Fundraiser: Blowout in the Barnyard. "One man’s trash is another man’s treasure;" come and find yours at our sale. Please note: All items for sale have been donated for the express purpose of generating operating revenue for The Farm; none have been removed from the museum collection.
Saturday, April 27, 2013; 9:30 a.m.:
Girl Scout program: "Life in Rural Maine a Century Ago." Living-history workshops at The Farm. Girl Scouts: Consult your local troop leader for details.
Would your group like to participate in a similar program? Please see our "Group Visits" page to find out how!