Tate House Museum

2 Waldo Street, Portland, ME 04102-1913

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About the Artist

Georgian house, an architectural style rarely found in Maine, built by Captain George Tate in 1755. It is the only remaining pre-Revolutionary home in Portland open to the public. Meticulously preserved and furnished to reflect the lifestyle of a leading citizen living during the last half of the 18th century in the Province of Maine. Captain Tate held the position of mast agent for the English company that provided masts to the Royal Navy of King George II.

Category: Museum Art

Preferred Audiences: College, Adult

Seasonal Availability: summer;fall

Disciplines: Visual Arts, Multi-Disciplinary

Contact Information

Tate House Museum

2 Waldo Street
Portland  ME  04102-1913 


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