Bangor is full of historically important monuments and is perhaps the best place to witness history unfold. The wonderful monuments and the rich history attached with the destination make Bangor one of Top Historical Destinations in the world. Bangor is a very historically important place and thus sees a lot of tourists every year. Whenever you are planning to visit a historical monument in Bangor or a place of historical significance, it is always good to know a little information about the place, its opening and closing times, the ideal duration of visit and the need of tour guide to visit the historical monuments of Bangor. Explore the historical monuments of Bangor with a guided tour or opt for in-depth information of its historical account, this Bangor guide is your go-to option for free. Move to things to do in Bangor page for the complete list of attractions and activities.
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Top Historical Bangor landmarks
Traverse through the finest landmarks and famous historical buildings of Bangor.
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Mount Hope Cemetery Corp. & Crematory, 1048 State Street Bangor, Maine 04401
07:30 am - 07:30 pm
Mount Hope is known to be America's second garden cemetery. Previously,it also managed the adjacent cemetery holding of the City of Bangor during the 19th and 20th centuries. In all, Mount Hope owned or managed some 300 acres by 1995. The property is visited by the general public for various things like recreational purposes as well as educational ...
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519 Main St., Bangor, ME
Bangor claims to the Birthplace of Paul Bunyan. A titan of a statue in the city reminds Bangorians of their connection to this legendary character.
Maine certainly has a lot of trees all around. That is why it is really nice to see the hulking woodsman here. Bangor's Paul Bunyan, is "Reputed to be the largest statue of Paul Bunyan in the world" acc...
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17 2nd St, Bangor, ME 04401
07:30 am - 08:00 pm
The Isaac Farrar Mansion was also famously known as Symphony House. It is actually a historic house in the city of Bangor, Maine. It was built in the year 1833 by the 19th-century architect Richard Upjohn. Although initially a private residence, it was owned by the Bangor Symphony Orchestra and was home to its music conservatory from 1929-1972.