Babcock-Smith House Museum
Describes the families that occupied the home, it's original architecture, and it's colonial restoration in 1928.
Governor Henry Lippitt House
Authentic example of an 19th century high style Victorian decoration. Completed in 1865, several generations of Lippitt's occupied the home for the next 114 years.
Unique federal-style stone mansion was built in 1810. There are 10 fireplaces, one for each room, and is the reason for the homes being named Hearthside.
Home to Col Amasa Sprague. It played a role in the legal history of the state after Amasa was found murdered and the wrong man was executed.