York. Where Maine’s story begins…

As one of the earliest English settlements in the country, York became the seat of government for the Province of Maine and thrived as a center of maritime commerce. Through the centuries, York has remained a destination for people seeking refuge in its natural beauty and pace of life. These qualities continue to captivate visitors with the beauty, culture and history of the area. Come to Old York and let us engage you in an afternoon, a day, or a lifetime of coastal Maine’s heritage.

Tavern Dinner with Guest Chef Henry Ares of York River Landing

6pm Friday, February 6th in Jefferds Tavern, 3 Lindsay Road, York, Maine

Tickets go on sale January 28, 2015 and are $45 or $40 for members

Buy on-line by clicking here or call 207-363-1756

History . . . with a Side of Soup “Appreciating Cape Neddick”

6pm Wednesday, February 11th in Parsons Center & Jefferds Tavern, 3 Lindsay Road, York, Maine

Reservations recommended. Tickets are $15/$12 members.

Buy on-line by clicking here or call 207-363-1756


Do you know that the Museums of Old York is the steward of Steedman Woods and the Wiggly Bridge? This scenic path is truly beautiful and available for all to enjoy.