EST 1833

Built in 1833, this beloved building is the very definition of community. The bell in the belfry was a gift and just like Crooked Steeple Hall, was cast by the firm founded by Paul Revere. It is one of only 112 known to still exist of the 400 Revere bells cast between 1792 and 1839.

In 1973, The Union Meeting House was placed on the National Register of Historic Places cementing this landmark in Winterport's history and making for a one of a kind location for a wedding ceremony.

Situated on the hill overlooking the village of Winterport and the Penobscot River, it's the perfect place to hold your ceremony, with beautiful lawns and original granite steps just steps away from your wedding reception. Couples are also welcome to enjoy a cocktail hour on the rolling lawn before making their way to the reception.



  • Original pews and woodwork

  • Beautiful stepped lawns perfect for pictures

  • Original pews and woodwork

  • Crooked Steeple Staff available onsite