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From 1883 to 1910, the American painter Winslow Homer lived and worked in a coastal studio in Prouts Neck, Maine, where he created many of his masterpieces. In 2006, the PMA purchased the property and embarked on a six-year renovation project that restored the building to how it appeared during Homer’s life and, in 2012, opened its doors to the public for the first time.
Winslow Homer Studio Tours put you uniquely in touch with Maine’s artistic heritage, allowing you to walk the floors and balconies where Homer once walked, and to be inspired by the place that inspired one of America’s greatest painters. With its combination of cultural resonance, historical significance, and natural beauty, Winslow Homer Studio Tours offer a singular experience that you will remember for years to come and want to share with others.
Take a Winslow Homer Studio Tour and discover why this location is so crucial to our understanding of Winslow Homer, of American art—and, indeed, of Maine.
If you’re seeking Maine excursions for a large party, hosting guests, or simply looking to share an afternoon adventure with friends—it’s easy to reserve an entire Winslow Homer Studio for a private group. An entire tour of 12 people is $660 total ($55 per person), or just $360 total ($30 per person) if everyone is a PMA member. To book a whole tour, call (207) 775-6148 with all of the details—the earlier you can make this reservation, the more likely we can accommodate all of your requests.
The Winslow Homer Studio Tour Van is generously sponsored in part by Prime Motor Cars Mercedes-Benz.