Visit our campus of six historic buildings dating from 1819 to 1887 along with a small waterfront park beside the shores of Deep Cove on the western side of our island community near Shackford Head State Park. Take a self guided walking tour of our centrally located buildings all within a six block area of the downtown Eastport waterfront and neighboring historic residential area. Experience the span of historic 19th century architecture of the eastern coast of Maine. Our buildings date from 1819 to 1887 and reflect architectural styles ranging from the Federal period (our two church buildings of 1819 and 1828) through the Victorian period (our two downtown commercial buildings of 1887). A map card to our historic buildings is available at our main building. A Campus Map version of the map card is available online. And a description of our historic buildings is also available online through our Campus description. During the summer of 2017, five of our six buildings will be open for limited times during three summer festivals as part of a self-guided tour: Fourth of July – Monday, July 3, 2-4 pm; Salmon Festival – Saturday, September 2, 2-4 pm; and Pirate Festival – Saturday, September 9, 2-4 pm.