A hub of local art and culture, Hallowell is home to a wide array of exciting things to do.
With just over 2,000 residents, Hallowell is a close-knit small town where everyone is welcome.
Average summer temperatures are 69 degrees and winter temperatures are 21.
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Come Explore Life in Hallowell
Hallowell, affectionately dubbed "The Little Easy" by locals, is a charming small town nestled along the Kennebec River and home to unparalleled arts, culture, and history. Discover a delightful array of beautiful homes for sale in a wide variety of sizes, prices, and styles, all conveniently located near top attractions in the area. A number of vibrant art galleries, fine dining establishments and hole-in-the-wall eateries, and one of Maine's oldest theater companies, the Gaslight Theater, all call Hallowell home.
While the majority of the action, including the Hallowell Farmers' Market and annual community festivals, are centered around the exciting Downtown District, the surrounding land of Hallowell is right out of a story book. Relax and find your inner bliss among the natural scenery, reservoirs, and wildlife of Hallowell.
Spotlights of Hallowell
Though Hallowell is Maine's smallest city, it is full of fun things to do and historic attractions. Known as Maine's Antique Center, Hallowell has delightful activities and attractions along the Kennebec River. Check out the Hallowell Antique Mall, Gaslight Theater, and the Hallowell Farmers' Market.
Children residing in Hallowell may attend public schools served by the Hall-Dale School System. There are three top-rated public schools serving families in both Hallowell and neighboring Farmingdale.
Downtown Hallowell is a vital part of life in this small town, and is home to a delicious variety of fine-dining establishment and hole-in-the-wall eateries. Grab a drink at The Liberal Cup or the Easy Street Lounge, and enjoy light fare and people watching in the heart of downtown.
Boredom is never an option in this tight-knit community. The Old Hallowell Day Festival is held every third Saturday in July, with fireworks, a cribbage tournament, and a parade to celebrate the town. Every February, Hallowell hosts a Mardi Gras Festival and a Riverfront Festival in June.
As a charming cultural mecca of small-town Maine, Hallowell is home to many beautiful art galleries, artisan shops, theaters, studios, and more.
Travel & Commute
Augusta: 5 min
University of Maine at Augusta: 10 min
Airport: Augusta State Airport
Major Highways: I-95, Highway 202
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