Castle Tucker is a regency-style mansion of Wiscasset, depicting the history of the town. It was built in 1807, in times when Wiscasset was the most important port of Boston. The house belonged to Richard H. Tucker Jr. and to his wife Mollie and they raised their family of 7 in it. In present, the beautiful Wiscasset castle is open to visitors.
Wiscasset Jail and Museum is a historic building of the city. It was built in 1809 and for many years it worked as a jail of the town. If you are interested to find out more about its history, you can take a great guided tour.
Nickels - Sortwell House is another historical building of Wiscasset. This one was build in 1807 by William Nickels, reflecting a time when shipbuilding and maritime trade represented prosperity and wealth. In our time, this house is an important attraction of Wiscasset.
Red's Eats is a seafood restaurant located in Wiscasset, appreciated for its great lobster rolls. The take-out restaurant has small prices and large portions that are very appreciated, mostly because of the delicious food.