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“a Maine institution since 1927”
Perry’s Nut House has been referred to as a Maine institution since 1927 when I.L. Perry first opened his doors to sell pecans and other assorted nuts. Mr. Perry took advantage of a bumper crop of pecans in Georgia, bringing the taste of the South to the folks of “Downeast” Maine. He also had added some curios and museum pieces collected on his travels. This was so successful that Mr. Perry needed a larger shop to do business in, so he move Perry’s to his cigar factory on Route 1. Originally a sea captain’s home, Perry used it to store and make cigars, before turning it into the Nut House.
I don't ever remember coming here as a kid but this is a cool little spot in Belfast, we were up visiting from Florida and we are both Maine natives. It wasn't busy and they didn't have a lot of... Read more
Perry's is a goofy tourist trap along the famous route 1. It's full of strange things like gorillas and alligators and whatnot. While certainly a bit outdated, it still has some charm and is worth... Read more
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