Introduction to Lebanon, Maine
Lebanon was initially settled in by 60 colonists in 1743. Lebanon was incorporated in 1767 and was named after the biblical land of Lebanon. It is the 23rd town in Maine. Lebanon annexed unincorporated land in 1785 as well as some land from Sanford in 1787.
Lebanon and nearby Attractions
- Stewarts Field
- New Hampshire Farm Museum
- Fernald Shore
- North Lebanon Second Baptist Church
Things To Do In Lebanon
Tourists can spend their free hours at the local parks like the West Lebanon Historic District and Stewarts Field. The New Hampshire Farm Museum is also a popular local spot.
Portland International Airport is nearby.
Lebanon Higher Education
The University of New Hampshire, the University of New England-University Campus, Saint Joseph’s College and Northern Essex Community College are in the neighborhood.