Easily found, the village of Liberty is tucked into the hilly watershed between the great Kennebec River and beautiful Penobscot Bay. Many artists and craftspeople make their homes and offer their works in this historical and charming environment.
The distinctive Maine 19th century tradition of industriousness and creativity has been carried forth here. Thriving businesses now offer their goods in the same storefronts that served the town in the 1800s. Interesting and unique merchandise representing a cross section of early American life, and 11 former mill sites found on a walk along the tumbling St. George River, provides a pleasant day trip for anyone interested in shopping, art, or history.
In Liberty Village, you’ll find: