The Brunswick Mall at 200

The Brunswick Mall

In June, 1823, three local men conveyed real estate stretching from Pleasant Street to First Parish Church in Brunswick. The town paid them five cents. The deed specified that the land was to be used only “as a public walk or Mall” forever. So far, that promise has been honored, but in many different ways over the past two centuries. As you walk around the Mall, local historian Jym St. Pierre will talk about, and share images of, the many changes the parcel has experienced over time from prehistory to the present.


Attendees should wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to walk about one-third mile with a slight incline.

Starting Location:

Pejepscot History Center

Ending Location:

Joshua L. Chamberlain Statue
226 Maine St
Brunswick, Maine 04011

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May 4, 2024 / 1:00 PM

Led by: Jym St. Pierre
Organization: Pejepscot History Center
Duration: 90 minutes
City/Town: Brunswick
County: Cumberland
Language(s): English