Counting House Park, Liberty Street, South Berwick
Quamphegan Landing 1877
9 am-Noon: Antique and vintage home décor, jewelry, handcrafted goods, glassware, outdoor accents, furniture and more!
At 12 pm A one-hour walking tour of the historic waterfront that traces its history back to Native Americans, was known in later times as a harbor, and endured strife and even violence in the manufacturing era of the 1800s. Free admission, donations gratefully accepted.
Vaughan Woods Memorial State Park & Hamilton House
The Hike Through History education program is an annual, all-school walking tour of historic sites for elementary students in South Berwick, as well as 3rd graders from Eliot and Rollinsford. The location and content are brand-new this year, in celebration of the 25th anniversary. The hike is a collaboration between the RSU35 school district and the Old Berwick Historical Society.
An exhibit exploring the cutting-edge technology of the early 20th century will run from 1:00-4:00 pm through October on weekend afternoons at the Counting House Museum. The public is invited and admission is free. READ MORE
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