Raitt Homestead Farm Museum
Preserving Farming History.......for future generations
The Raitt Homestead Farm was built in 1896 by Charles A. Raitt on State Road in Eliot,
Maine. Charles was a local brick mason, manufacturing bricks on the property. He also
operated a saw mill at the farm and had a successful apple orchard whose produce was
shipped as far away as England. 1996 started a new era for the Raitt Homestead Farm. Read More...
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Welcome To The Raitt Farm.....
Copyright 2013 Raitt Homestead Farm Museum
2077 State Rd
Eliot, Maine 03903
October 18th, 19th, 25th & 26th from dusk til 10pm
NEVT Vintage Car Show will be June 22, 2014 19th Annual Eliot Antique Tractor & Engine Show July 25th - 27th 2014 featuring International Harvester Tractors & IH Engines Click here to download flyer
Thanks to our 2013 Supporting Partners
Available for Corporate Picnics, birthday parties and weddings. Interested in having your wedding at the farm, or taking your wedding photos here?
email email@example.com or call 207-748-3303 fmi
Thanks to Timberland for coming out last week and starting the Milk House Project! It was a dream of the RHFM to have this project done and we are thrilled that it has begun. Fun Fact: A few years ago John Raitt, dad of the famous american blues singer-songwriter Bonnie Raitt visited the farm when he was in the area. John ended up having dinner and playing the piano for the family. A fun time was had by all. We have a picture of John Raitt with Gerald, Nelson and David Raitt. Bonnie Raitt's music is a favorite of everyone here at the Raitt Farm.