Fall Foliage Festival
October 10 - October 11
10-11 | SAT 9:00AM to 5:00PM | SUN 10:00AM to 4:00PM |
53rd Annual FALL FOLIAGE FESTIVAL
$5PP | Free 12 and under | Train additional $5 | Train Free to Museum Members |
The Fall Foliage Festival has been a family tradition in Mid Coast Maine for the past 52 years! We are excited to host the 53rd Annual in 2020 as the State of Maine celebrates its 200th birthday! In addition to the traditional event favorites; dozens of vendor booths, fabulous entertainment and live music, delicious Fall foods, live artist exhibits and a children’s corner, we are planning a few new activities to celebrate and honor 200 years of statehood in Maine.
The festival setting is an authentic Vintage Village featuring a 4- acre green surrounded by historic Maine buildings that are open for exploring. Guests can also enjoy the antique car museum, model railroad and village goats. It is certainly a vintage experience.
Fall Foliage Festival is a local partnership between the Village and the Boothbay Region Information Center. The long-running event is a crowd favorite, with many getting a jump on early Christmas shopping. The air is crisp, the leaves are changing, and fun is in the air. Fall Foliage Festival Vendor Application
Foliage Season in Mid Coast Maine
Fall is undoubtedly the most beautiful seasons to visit Maine. The crisp, clean air and the vibrant foliage provide perfect conditions for outdoor recreation. Our beautiful peninsula offers many options for lodging, dining and shopping. It’s the perfect time of year to visit our region. After a full day at the Fall Foliage Festival, continue down the peninsula to discover everything our region has to offer; dining and shopping, as well as boat excursions and live music. And unquestionably the best seafood in Maine!
A PARTNERSHIP of BOOTHBAY RAILWAY VILLAGE & BOOTHBAY REGION INFORMATION CENTER
The festival is planned in partnership with the Boothbay Region Information Center. For 53 years, the Information Center and the Railway Museum have worked cooperatively to bring you this well-loved Festival. The Information Center has welcomed visitors and tourists to the Boothbay Region for over 61 years. Please come by while you are here (323 Adams Pond Rd. & Rt. 27 Boothbay, ME) to see all that this beautiful region has to offer.