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Auburn is a very beautiful city in Maine, United States. Auburn-Maine is located in Androscoggin County and it currently has a population of about 23.000 inhabitants, being one of the most important cities of the region. Initially, Auburn-Maine was incorporated as a town, event that took place in 1842, but Auburn became a city about 16 years later, in 1868.
There are numerous beautiful sites that can be visited in Auburn, and tourists arriving here are definitely going to find some amazing opportunities for cultural activities, sports, but also recreation and entertainment. So, no matter if you plan on visiting the Majestic river side gardens in Hamster Point, the Auburn Fire Department Museum in which you will be able to see an impressive collection of antique fire equipment, or the Knight House Museum, one of the oldest in the city, you are surely going to enjoy an amazing time during your vacation in Auburn.

Top attractions in Auburn

Androscoggin Historical Society And Museum is the place where numerous collections linked to the history of the city are currently displayed. Memorabilia dating back to the Civil War, as well as bird collections, and antique farming tools exhibits can be visited within this impressive Auburn museum.

The Festival Plaza 
is a public park that tourists just love to visit, as unique views and spectacular possibilities to plan all kind of outdoor events can be easily found within this location. The public park is set alongside the Androscoggin River, which offers it an unique charm. Water sculptures, many natural species and walking parts are included in the Festival Plaza.

Auburn Public Library 
is one of the most impressive buildings of the city. The library was built in 1903 and it has been on the list of the National Historic Register starting with 1984. The style of this building is, without a doubt, amazing, but the Auburn Public Library is not the only national historical places that should be visited in the US city. So, the First Universalist Church, Main Street Historic District, Free Baptist Church or Engine House, are just some of the locations placed in the category of amazing historical buildings.

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