Historic New England: Castle Tucker and Nickels-Sortwell House
Historic New England: Castle Tucker and Nickels-Sortwell House is a regional organization with 37 historic house museums, including two in Wiscasset.
Castle Tucker is an unusual 1807 mansion filled with original furnishings of the Tucker family, who lived here for 140 years. The kitchen includes four generations of technology still in place where it was used. The parlor is one of the most original Victorian parlors in America.
Nickels-Sortwell House is a beautiful Federal-style mansion, also built in 1807. Purchased by industrialist Alvin Sortwell in 1899 as a summer home for his family, the house is decorated in the Colonial Revival style with fine antiques.