A Romanesque Revival Building and Its Landscape

L. C. Bates Romanesque Revival Building originally Designed by William Miller as a Manual Training School for Good Will Boys

Tour the architecture of the 1903 L. C. Bates Museum’s Romanesque Revival building designed by Maine architect William Miller and walk the historic Good Will-Hinckley grounds around the museum. See the 100 year old pond and road designed by Carl Rust Parker, learn about the tree plantings near the museum and learn about the history of Good Will-Hinckley. The distance is short but comfortable shoes are suggested. If it rains we will offer an inside program about the campus and landscape and architecture.


The walk is not wheelchair accessible. Parking is available.

Starting Location:

Meet at the L. C. Bates Museum.

Ending Location:

L. C. Bates Museum
14 Easler Road, PO Box 159
Hinckley, Maine 04944

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):

Learn more about SDGs

  • 03 - Good Health and Well-Being
  • 04 - Quality Educacation
  • 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities

May 4, 2024 / 10:00 AM

Led by: Deborah Staber
Duration: 90 minutes
City/Town: Hinckley
County: Somerset
Language(s): English