History of Auburn
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Historic Walking Tour
Embrace the architectural history of Auburn with this 1.1 mile self-guided tour. Explore some of the exquisite downtown homes, factories and buildings, including:
Roak Block (1871)
Garcelon House (late 1880’s)
Edward Little House (1827)
Penley House (1889)
The Foss House (1915)
First Universalist Church of Auburn (1876)
Horace Munroe House (1899-1900)
Packard Shoe Factory (1864)
Engine House (1879)
Auburn Public Library (1904)
Court Street Baptist Church (1870)
Androscoggin County Building (1857)
Auburn Hall (1865)
Goff Block (1875)
Old Mechanic Savings Bank (1875)
Skelton Taintor & Abbott Building (1900)
Download the walking tour (below) and take the stroll anytime you like.
Note: the tour brochure is designed to print on 'legal' size paper - 8.5" x 14"