Summer Season Guided Tours of the Dr. Moses Mason House
Discover life as it was lived in the highlands of western Maine during the first half of the nineteenth century as you join one of our trained guides in a tour of nine rooms filled with fine examples of the decorative arts, many of which are original to the house.
During your tour, you will see portraits of Dr. and Mrs. Mason painted by Chester Harding of Boston, and view their entrance hall with its exceptional circa 1835 Rufus Porter School wall murals attributed to the itinerant artist Jonathan D. Poor, nephew and student of Rufus Porter.
1:00 to 4:00 PM, Tuesday through Saturday; tours may be arranged during the remainder of the year by calling 207-824-2908; Adults, $3.00 / Children, 6 to 12 years, $1.50 (under 6 free) / Family special, $7.00 / Bethel Historical Society Members, free
Bethel Historical Society
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Founded in 1966, the Bethel Historical Society is an independent, non-profit organization providing members and the general public with a doorway to the past from its Museum of Regional History in historic Bethel Hill village. The Society's museum and library/archival collections include a wide range of materials documenting the rich heritage of northern New England, with a major focus on western Maine and the White Mountain region of Maine and New Hampshire.
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