The Farnsworth Art Museum is a steward of two nationally significant historic sites. The Farnsworth Homestead is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Olson House is a National Historic Landmark
THE FARNSWORTH HOMESTEAD
The Homestead, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is the 1850 Greek Revival home built in Rockland for William A. Farnsworth and his family, which included his daughter and eventual museum founder, Lucy Copeland FarnsworthMORE INFO
THE OLSON HOUSE
The Olson House, a National Historic Landmark in Cushing, is the late nineteenth-century saltwater farm that was home to Alvaro and Christina Olson and the inspiration for over 300 works by Andrew WyethMORE INFO
Please note that neither the Olson House nor the Farnsworth Homestead is wheelchair accessible.