The Wiscasset Artwalk takes place the last Thursdays of the summer months. Enjoy the beautiful, historic and walkable village full of art, creative shops, public spaces, and antiques in June, July, August, and September.
The Wiscasset Artwalk takes place between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Thursdays.
2016 dates include:
while in town
Wiscasset celebrates art, history, and nature in a great setting along the Sheepscot River. Each Art Walk highlights the variety of galleries and unique shops, and features music, street performances, and visiting artists. The prominent Nickels-Sortwell House, owned by Historic New England, towers above the Village and is open for tours. The Wiscasset Museum in the Streets walking tour is a series of panels with historic images and stories of local history and impressive architecture. Brochures are available at several panels throughout the village. You’ll find a nice mix of restaurants and fun shopping!
Wiscasset is easy to find: on Route 1, 10 miles north of Bath (15 mins); 45 miles (50 mins) north of Portland; a half-hour drive south on Rt 27 from Augusta; and from Rockland, a 45-minute drive south on Route 1.