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Maine Things To Do The Wadsworth-Longfellow House: A Peak At 19th Century Christmas
Posted by mainetodo on Monday, December 10 @ 17:39:24 EST

Winter: If you have never done a tour of the Wadsworth-Longfellow House in Portland than now is the time. Come in during the month of December and enjoy the holiday season as this family celebrated what Christmas was like in the mid-19th century. The house is beautifully decorated to reflect an authentic 19th-century Victorian Christmas. As part of the celebration, the Historical Society offers a special Family Christmas Tour day where visitors can create a period-style ornament, refeshments and Christmas carols at an

old-fashioned tree-trimming party. Following the tour, guests are are then welcome to enjoy the annual Holiday Book and Gift Fair. There is a lot to see and do during the month December at the Wadsworth-Longfellow house so come in today and enjoy Christmas past traditions with one of Maine’s most famous families in Portland.

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