Skyline Farm


Museum Exhibit 

The Evolution of Comfort 

Sundays through June 25, 1-4 p.m

"The Evolution of Comfort” tracks the developing technology and style from early vehicles, such as its Comfort Wagon dating back to the late 1700’s when George Washington was President, through to the end of the horse-drawn carriage era when automobiles came on the scene and Teddy Roosevelt was our 26th President. By Roosevelt’s time, carriages offered leaf springs, inflatable tires, and plush seats, all features that carry over to today so we can ride… in Comfort.

The museum, located at 95 The Lane, North Yarmouth.  Free admission; donations are appreciated.

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Skyline Farm is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization working to transform Skyline Farm into a community resource as a living carriage museum with an antique carriage & sleigh collection, while also preserving the farm's open space and historic buildings for recreational and educational use. Skyline Farm is a community-based organization providing educational and recreational programs based on the role of horse-drawn transportation in the cultural, social and economic development of New England.

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Physical Address:

Skyline Farm

95 The Lane

North Yarmouth ME 04097

(207) 829-9203.  Please leave a message.

Mailing Address:

Skyline Farm

PO Box 144

Yarmouth ME 04096


Saturday, June 3 (Rain date June 4) 10 - 2  

Please join us for Farm Day at Skyline Farm. At the event visitors will have the opportunity to meet local 4-H groups and their animals, watch blacksmithing and spoke tenoning demonstrations, take a carriage ride ($5), tour Skyline Farm’s Carriage museum and meet a variety of local vendors including Maine Street Bee, Wild Seed Project, Hansel’s Orchard, Blue Seal Feed, Mindful Folk Farm. This is a community event designed to bring people to Skyline Farm for learning and fun.   

Please visit Skyline Farm Facebook page for more information or e-mail

Admission $5/person (children under 5 for free) Lunch available $7