Stonington, Maine: Mini Village

A "perfect peaceful village" built by Everette Knowelton as a hobby from 1947 until the mid-1970s.
70 Main St., Stonington, ME
East edge of downtown. On the north side of Route 15/Main St. at its intersection with Atlantic Ave.
Warm weather months only.
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The miniature buildings were built by Everette Knowelton as a hobby starting in 1941, and were displayed at his home. After his death, the new owner of the house donated them to the town, where they are on display on the Main Street, but taken home each winter for care and cleaning by residents, then returned for summer.

[Carol, 08/13/2017]

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