The Castle Tucker House Museum is a Federal style mansion set in 1807. It overlooks the Sheepscot River and was created by the Judge Silas Lee. It was in 1858 when Captain Richard Tucker bought the home and made all the additions and upgrades. The ones on display include the furniture in Federal and Victorian design and other artistic household items.
If you would take the time to visit the museum, you would have the chance to have a glimpse of the day to day life of the Tucker family right at the turn of the entire 20th century. It is one time capsule that echoes all the voices that made up the amazing Maine family. You can also visit the site for the schedule of days that the museum is open.