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Maine has so many fun attractions, it’s no wonder Maine is nicknamed "Vacationland." Whether you like big adventure, or just beautiful sightseeing, boating, golfing, biking, skiing, or just visiting lighthouses, antique shops, playhouses, museums and galleries. Maine is rich with attractions and amusements. You can see Maine’s beautiful coast, mountains and lakes by bike, a hike, kayak or boat, or by scenic plane, even on skis, snowshoes and snowmobile in the winter. Nature lovers will find Maine’s got game with plentiful Moose Safaris, bird watching, fishing and sports hunting. Of course Maine beaches are the # 1 attraction, but there is so much more to do... visit Maine farms and historical parks, Maine beer tours and wineries, museums like Portland Museum of Art, the Wyeth collection at the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland, and the Ogunquit Museum of American Art.


Families will find Maine has tons of fun things to do... mini-golf, petting zoos, the Maine Wildlife Farm in Gray, canoeing Scarborough Marsh, horseback riding, waterparks, York’s Wild Kingdom and Palace Playland beachfront ammusement park in Old Orchard Beach. Maine has casinos, summer theatre, Performing Arts Centers in Portland, Bangor and Brunswick, even Trolley, Car, Maritime and Lighthouse Museums, Ballparks, and Race Tracks, even Maine Casisnos.

Use our guide to Maine attractions below to plan your visit filled with fun, education on vacation, spectacular scenery, and adventure during your stay.


Wolfe’s Neck Farm - Freeport Casco BayWolfe’s Neck Farm l 184 Burnett Road, Freeport, ME

Named DownEast Magazine’s “Best Place to Picnic and Play” in 2014, the farm’s 626 acres and 4 miles of oceanfront offer an authentic Maine experience.  Located just 5 miles from L.L. Bean, this historic nonprofit saltwater farm is open free to the public every day. Visit the barnyard animals, organic demonstration gardens and nature trails.  Summertime offerings include oceanfront camping, kayak and bicycle rentals, hay wagon farm tours, ice cream & farm stands and Farm Day Camp.  Pumpkin Hayrides offered weekends in October.  184 Burnett Road, Freeport, Maine. 207-869-5433 



Desert of MaineDesert of Maine l 95 Desert Road, Freeport, Maine

Discover how rolling sand dunes were formed in the middle of a thick Maine forest after the last ice age. Learn about the fascinating history of the Desert of Maine and the quirky characters that have made the Desert an iconic and beloved tourist destination for nearly 100 years. Self-guided tours for history and science buffs; a one-of-a-kind natural playground, an imaginative labyrinth called “Gemstone Village”, and a Fossil Dig experience for kids; and a beautiful landscape for visitors of all ages. Tour the barn from the late 1700s and the "Buried Spring House", an archeological site featuring the remnants of a building buried in over 25ft of sand since WWII. The Welcome Center includes a small cafe and a unique, charming gift shop. 207-850-3025




Oxford Hotel CasinoOxford Hotel Casino l 777 Casino Way, Oxford, Maine

Oxford Casino Hotel is Always Open, Always Fun! Experience ‘round-the-clock casino excitement on our expanded gaming floor, including nearly 1,000 slot machines and 30 table games! Our new hotel features over 100 rooms and a new pub-style restaurant offers the best in Maine and New England cuisine. If you’re looking for a gaming experience that’s uniquely Maine, you’ll find it right here, just minutes from Portland! Visit for details. Your Maine Escape Awaits! Persons under 21 years of age may not enter the gaming area unless licensed as employees. Gambling problem? Call 2-1-1 for help. 207-539-6700.





Rugosa Lobster Boat ToursRugosa Lobster Boat Tour | KennebunkportBoard a classic New England lobster boat for a coastal Maine tour. Departing daily from the Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport. Cruise the Kennebunk River, past the Breakwater and beach to Bumpkin Island to view seals. View Walker' s Point - the Summer White House of President Bush. Your Captain hauls live lobster traps, while you enjoy views of the stunning shoreline and seaside mansions of Ocean Avenue. Also available for sunset cruises and private charters. (see other Rugosa images on this page) 207-468-4095.



Pineapple KetchPineapple Ketch l Kennebunkport

Join Captain Justin Troiano aboard The Pineapple Ketch for a 1.5 hour sail out of Kennebunk Harbor along the Southern Maine Coast. Departing daily in season from the Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport, the tour can be as hands on or as laid back as you would like; haul lines, raise sails, take a turn at the helm or just sit back and take in the beautiful views and fresh ocean air. Departing Daily In-Season from The Nonantum Resort Marina. Day Tours. Sunset cruises. Private Cruises available. Reservations 207-888-3445.  Book your sailing excursion on line on our Pineapple Ketch web site.








Attractions and Recreation in Maine


Air Rides

Acadia Air Tours| Scenic Airplane, Biplane and Glider Rides over Mount Desert Island and Acadia National Park. Fly in an historic biplane over Acadia National Park, lighthouses and Bar Harbor, or choose the quiet soaring excursion of a glider ride from a mile high over spectacular Mount Desert Island, Bar Harbor Airport.


Amusement Parks

Palace Playlandl Maine's premier beachfront amusement park. Giant arcade, beautiful carousel, Kiddieland. Gondola Ferris Wheel and Galaxy Coaster. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day. Fireworks every Thursday night by the Pier, Old Orchard Beach. 934-2001.


Funtown/Splashtown U.S.A.l Family amusement and waterpark. Home of Excalibur, Maine's only wooden roller coaster ranked one of the top ten in the world. Voted one of the cleanest parks in America and offers many rides, slides, pools, giftshops, games, arcades and eating facilities. Open weekends May and Sept. Daily starting early June. Free parking. Unlimited ride pass, slide pass or combination pass, group rates. Route 1, Saco, 207-284-5139.


Miniature Golf Courses

Pirates Cove Adventure Golfl 36 holes of championship mini golf within walking distance of the beach. 70 First St., Old Orchard Beach, 207-934-5086


Cascade Golf Rangel Rt 1 Saco, 207-282-3524


Schooners Mini-Golfl 58 Ocean Park Road, Saco, 207-284-6174.


Sunset Ridge Golf Course and Sports Parkl Miniature golf, plus driving range, swimming pool, batting cages, tennis, basketball, shuffleboard. 853 Cumberland Street, Westbrook. 207-854-9463


Ocean Recreation

Lobster Boat Tours, Whale Watches, Deep Sea FishingKayakingand more


Maine Kayakl Sea kayaking along Maine's rocky scenic coast. Maine Kayak offers half-day, full-day, multi-day island camping overnight, inn-to-inn, and naturalist trips in Mid-Coast Maine.


Kennebunkport Harbor

Rugosa Lobster Boat Tour l Classic New England lobster boat tour of Kennebunk River and Walker's Point, see seals, haul lobster traps, friendly Captain and crew. Departs daily from Nonantum Resort, 95 Ocean Ave. Kennebunkport. 207-468-4095


Pineapple Ketch Sailing Excursions l Beautiful sailboat tour along Kennebunkport shore. Relax and enjoy the scenery or hoist sails and take the helm. Two-hour sails depart daily from Nonantum Resort, 95 Ocean Ave., Kennebunkport. 207-468-7262

Schooner Eleanor- Sail aboard a Maine built schooner from Kennebunkport. Two hour trips take you down the historic Kennebunk River to sea. Enjoy the peace and quiet of cruising under sail. Learn local maritime history, help work the sails, or just sit back, relax. Join Captain Rich Woodman aboard his traditional Gaff Rig Schooner.  Daily departures from the docks of the Arundel Wharf Restaurant.

Maine Kayaking ToursKayak Excursions l Southern Maine Kayak Tours and Kayak Rentals. Full service Kayak Company based in Kennebunkport, Maine, and serving Southern Maine from York to Portland. Kayak rentals delivered to your choice launch location. And Guided Tours departing from your choice location. email:

Libreti Rose II - Fishing Charter Tours | Captain Bruce looks forward to having you, onboard the Libreti Rose II, for a memorable fishing experience. Private fishing charters close to shore designed for the time YOU have available. Two to four hour trips ideal for families with children. Comfortable seating, great shelter from any elements and private bathroom aboard. Departs daily from the Nonantum Resort Marina, 95 Ocean Ave., Kennebunkport, ME. 207-432-4349


Kennebunkport Marina l Boat Slip Rentals. Boat Launch. Power Boat, Canoe and Kayak Rentals, Fishing Tackle, Bait and Supplies, Boat Repair and Service. 207-967-3411.


Nick's Chance Whale Watch l Two trips daily in July and August (approx 4 hours each). Just South of the Kennebunkport Bridge (Rt 9) behind Mobil/Big Apple Station, Kennebunk Lower Village 04043. 


Kylie's Chance Scenic Lobster Boat Cruise l 1 hour scenic lobster cruise, Walkers Point, lobster catches. 


Steve Brettell l Fish for stripers in the ocean of Kennebunkport with a licensed Coast Guard Captain. 336 Guinea Road, Biddeford, 207-283-4129


Trina Lyn Fishing Charterl Private sport fishing charters within five minutes of Old Orchard Beach for up to four people. P.O. Box 431, Camp Ellis, Saco. 207-283-2352 and 207-284-2352


Sailing in MaineCaptain John's Charters| Cruises, fishing charters, whale-watching excursions, and private charters in the areas surrounding beautiful Camp Ellis and Saco Bay. Camp Ellis, 5 Bay Ave, Saco. 508-735-6718


Rock N Reel Sport Fishing Chartersl 21 Snow Road, Scarborough


Hardy Boat Cruisesl Monhegan Island Ferry, Puffin Watch, Seal Watch and Lighthouse Cruise. 132 State Route 32, New Harbor, Maine. 800-278-3346


Canoe Tripsl Scarborough Marsh Nature Center - Maine's largest salt marsh is best explored by canoe. Abundant and unexpected wildlife sightings. Rt. 9, Scarborough. 207-883-5100


Coastal Kayak Toursl Bar Harbor - The leading Kayak tour company in Bar Harbor. Providing half and full day tours, sunset kayak tours, even multi-day island camping trips by kayak. Registered Maine Guides provide instructions, narrative and wildlife education on your sightseeing kayak excursion. 48 Cottage Street, Bar Harbor, 207-288-9605


Portland Harbor


Bay View Cruisesl 184 Commercial St, Portland, 207-761-0496


Casco Bay Linesl Year-round narrated cruises on Casco Bay. Daily ferry service to five Casco Bay Islands. From Casco Bay Ferry Terminal at Commercial and Franklin Streets, Portland, 207-774-7871


Coast Watch and Guiding Light Navigationl Daily cruises to Eagle Island, 170 Commercial St, Portland, 207-774-6498


Lucky Catch Lobstering Experiencel lobstering first hand. 170 Commercial St, Portland, 207-233-2026


Old Port Mariner FleetScenic Cruises, Whale Watches, Deep Sea Fishing. Long Wharf, Commercial St. Portland, 207-775-0727


Maine Island Kayak Companyl 1-7 day trips. Peaks Island, 207-776-2373


Scarborough Salt Marsh

Wild Life Refuge, State Parks, Nature Walks

Ferry Beach State Parkl 117 acres of beach and nature trails. Lodging and Camping available at nearby Ferry Beach Assoc.


Scarborough Marsh Nature Centerl Maine's largest salt marsh is best explored by canoe. Guided and self guided canoe tours. Abundant shorebird sightings. Nature center offers slide shows, exhibits. Rt. 9, Scarborough. 207-883-5100.


Gilsland Farml Maine Audubon Sanctuary offering trails, field trips and a gift shop. North of Portland in Falmouth off Route 1. 207-781-2330.


Maine Wildlife Parkl Moose, Bear, Deer, Cougars, Eagles and more. Nature Trail and Displays. Rt 26, 56 Game Farm Road, Gray, 207-657-4977


Wells National Estuarine Reserve at Laudholm Farml 1600 scenic acres of research reserve including a 19th century saltwater farm, Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge area, Laudholm Farm Visitors Center, exhibits, and seven miles of spectacular marsh walkways and trails along marshes, fields, and wetlands. Open year round. 342 Laudholm Farm Road, Wells. 207-646-1555.


Rachel Carson Wildlife Preservel Open sunrise to sunset for bird watching and self-guided tours. Rt 9 Kennebunk/Wells Town line. 207-646-1555.


Marginal Wayl Scenic Walk - Ogunquit one-mile path along coast. Ends in Perkins Cove.


Maine LighthouseMaine Lighthouses

Cape Elizabeth Light/Two Lights State Parkl Two lighthouses are perched atop the rocky shoreline. Off Rt. 77 in Cape Elizabeth.


Portland Head Lightl Maine's oldest lighthouse. Commissioned by George Washington in 1791. Adjacent to Fort Williams Park. Large grounds with picnic facilities and museum on the premises. 1000 Shore Rd. (off Rt. 77) Cape Elizabeth. 207-799-2661.


Indoor and Outdoor Recreation

Horseback Riding, Bowling and more


Harris Farm Cross County Ski Centerl 40 Km of groomed X-C trails and Snowshoeing. Rentals and lunch available, ice skating pond, and shop. Maple sugaring in March. 30 minutes from Old Orchard Beach just off Rt. 35. 252 Buzzell Rd Dayton, 207-499-2678

Garden Street Bowll Bowling Alley, Kennebunk, 207-639-7799

Happy Wheels Skate Centerl Roller Skating Rink, Portland, 207-797-8207


Kennebunkport Bicycle Co.| 34 Arundel Road, Kennebunkport Maine. 207-385-4382

Carousel Horse Farms| Guided trail rides on horseback through 5,000 acres in the Jugtown Forest with scenic views of Mt Washington. Arrangements can be made for rides along the beach and private rides on your own property or parks that allow horses. Carousel's horses are cared for, responsive and gentle for beginners. Carriage and wagon rides are also offered – perfect for birthday parties, weddings, reunions, proposals, Christmas parties, festivals and more. 69 Leach Hill Rd Casco, ME, 207-627-4471.


Maine Narrow Gauge Railroadl Ride along Portland's waterfront in an historic narrow gauge. Fun for all ages. 58 Fore Street, Portland. 207-828-0814. Directions Route 1N to I-295N to: Take Port Waterfront Exit. Bear right to 1A (Truck Route/Waterfront) to stop sign onto Commercial Street. Follow Commercial Street. Train is near end of street before it curves away from the water (after DiMillos Restaurant).


Mainely Toursl Daily excursions in Portland! Enjoy a fully narrated city tour (with a stop at The Lighthouse!), a 90-minute harbor cruise, plus shopping in the Old Port. 207-774-0808.


Walker's PointRomanza Salon Day Spa and Wellness Centerl Pine Point Road, Scarborough, 207-883-8338


Smiling Hill Farml X-country skiing/snowshoeing. Homemade ice cream. Westbrook, 207-775-4818


Twentieth Century Lanes and Sports Barl Biddeford, 207-284-0980


Vacationland Bowling and Recreation Centerl Rt 1 Saco, 207-284-7386


Oxford Hotel Casino| Oxford offers 24/7 non-stop action, including state of the art slot machines and classic table games. Located just off Route 26 at 777 Casino Way, Oxford, Maine. 207-539-6700


Maine Shopping

Kittery Outletsl Just 50 minutes south of Old Orchard Beach. Over 120 outlets and the Kittery Trading Post with savings of 20-70% daily. This shopping mecca is often referred to as America's Maine Street for Outlet Shopping. 1-888-KITTERY. Directions Route 5 to I-195 to I-95S. Pay turnpike toll booth in York and Option 1) Take exit 2 By Pass (Kittery/S.Berwick). Bear right off exit and stay in left lane following signs for Kittery. When you get to traffic circle go around and take right onto Route 1N. Bear right onto Route 1N following signs for Coastal Route to outlets. Option 2) Immediately after paying toll, take exit 7 (Yorks/Berwick). Take left off exit and go to traffic light. Take right on to route 1S. Follow route 1S for 4.5 miles.


L.L. Beanl World famous outdoor clothier, open 24 hours, 365 days per year in Freeport. Freeport also offers over 100 outlet stores. 207-865-1212. Freeport Outlet Directions Route 1N to I-295N which turns into I-95N. Take exit 20 or 22 (Downtown Freeport) and follow signs.


The Maine Malll Over 135 stores including restaurants, theaters and more. 364 Maine Mall Road, So. Portland. 207-774-0303. Directions Get on Route 1N to I-295N to Maine Mall Road exit or Route 1N to traffic light at Route 98/1N intersection. Take left at 2nd set of Lights (Payne Road). Five miles to Maine Mall.


Round Pond Art GalleryThe Old Portl Portland's Historic District offers over 158 shops, 65 restaurants, 28 galleries, and numerous pubs. All located in a charming five block area lined with cobblestone streets on Portlands historic waterfront. 400 Congress St., Portland. 207-772-6828. Directions Route 1N to I-295N to: Option 1: Take Exit 4 (Port Waterfront Exit). Bear right to 1A (Truck Route/Waterfront) to stop sign onto Commercial Street. Follow Commercial Street into Old Port. Option 2: Take Exit 7(Franklin Arterial). Go to your 4th set of traffic lights. Take right onto Congress Street. Take 3rd left (Exchange Street).


Saco Valley Shopping Centerl 12 stores, 2 banks and a restaurant. Free parking. Just off Route 1, Saco.


Antique Shops and Auctionsl All along Rt 1 in Kennebunk, Wells, Ogunquit, York and Kittery.



Live Bands and Karaokel Pier Patio Pub, Surf 6.


Fireworks Display by the Old Orchard Beach Pier Every Thursday at 9:30pm from late June-Labor Day.


Weekly Concerts in Town Square Free Shows by the Pier in Old Orchard Beach every Mon and Tues night at 7pm in season.


Salvation Army Pavilion Amphitheaterl Outdoor amphitheater featuring live entertainment throughout the summer for the entire family. Church Street, P.O. Box 285, Old Orchard Beach, 207-934-2024


Maine Beach FireworksComedy Connectionl Americas top professional stand-up comedians. 6 Custom House Wharf, In the Old Port. Portland, 207-774-5554


Southworth Planetariuml Shows for children and adults including laser concerts. Off I-295 Forest Ave. North to 96 Falmouth St., University of Southern Maines Science Building. Portland, 207-780-4249


Portland Symphony Orchestral Concerts year round. Special events. 30 Myrtle St., Portland. 207-773-8191


Portland Concert Associationl Dance, opera, musical theater, jazz, and more. 800-639-2707


Portland Opera Repertory Theatrel Grand Opera in Portlands magnificent Merrill Auditorium. 207-767-0773


Cumberland County Civic Centerl Music Concerts, Sporting Events Etc.


Vinegar Hill Music TheaterChildren's Theater of Mainel Live theater for adults and children. 25A Forest Ave., Portland. 207-874-0371


Portland Public Libraryl Story telling and entertainment for children. 5 Monument Sq., Portland. 207-871-1707


Summer Concerts and Theatre

Vinegar Hill Music Theatrel Route 1, Arundel, Summer Season, 207-985-5552 Take Route 1 South thru Saco and Biddeford and into Arundel. Go left at the light (just prior to Blue Moon Diner)
A music venue in an historic barn, bringing top local and national talent to an intimate Maine setting.


City Theaterl Theatrical productions. 205 Main Street, Biddeford. 207-282-0849.


MaineStage Shakespeare Theaterl Kennebunk. Free, outdoor performances of Shakespeare plays in Lafayette Park in the heart downtown Kennebunk. In this our inaugural season we will be performing Comedy of Errors, Romeo and Juliet and a special kid friendly version of A Midsummer Night's Dream in alternating repertory.


Ogunquit PlayhouseOgunquit Playhouse Summer Stock Theatrel Rt 1 Ogunquit, 207-646-5511. Take Rt 1 South belwo the village of Ogunquit. Maine's most famous and historic summer playhouse with Broadway plays and top talent.


Saco River Grangel Salmon Falls Road, Bar Mills. Just off Rt 117. 207-929-6472


Arts, Museums and Historical Societies

Old Orchard Beach Historical Societyl Features historical memorabilia on the Old Orchard Beach area since the 17th Century. Top of Old Orchard Street, Old Orchard Beach. 207-934-9319.


Saco Museuml Paintings, decorative art, tools, period furniture, etc. from 18th century to present. 371 Main St., Saco. 207-282-3031.


Maine Maritime Museuml Historic shipyard site and maritime history building on Kennebec River. 243 Washington St., Bath. 207-443-1316.


Willowbrook at Newfieldl Restored 19th Century Village with 36 buildings and 11,000 artifacts including 1894 carousel. Off Rt. 11 on Main St., Newfield. 207-793-2784.




Bar Harbor MainePortland Museum of Artl Maines largest and oldest art museum. Designed by world renowned I.M. Pei. Features fine and decorative art from the 18th century to present. 7 Congress St, Portland, 207-773-2787.


Portland Observatoryl Not a lighthouse, it is the last maritime signal tower in the US. Built in 1807 as a communication tower for the harbor. Guided tours and exhibits. 207-774-5561


Childrens Museum of Mainel Exhibits. Toddler Park, Cave and Farm, Interactive Science Exhibits, Space Shuttle, Camera-Obscura-Theater. Fun for all ages. 142 Free Street, Portland. 207-828-1234.


Wadsworth-Longfellow Housel Boyhood home of the famed 19th Century poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Seasonal. 485 Congress St., Portland. 207-774-1822.


The Arts District Portlandl cultural community along Congress Street Portland, 207-772-6828




Brick Store Museuml Ship Models, Historic Displays, Rare Antiques, Paintings, Decorative Arts. 117 Main St, Kennebunk, 207-985-4802. Route One South. On left in downtown Kennebunk.


DeLorme Sign, Yarmouth, MaineWalking Tours of the Kennebunkportl 1 hour Historic walking tours from the Nott House, 207-967-2513 or 2751


Kennebunkport Historical Society l 135 North St, Kennebunkport, 207-967-2751


Guided Tours of the Kennebunks l Intown Trolley - in season


White Columns Kennebunkport's Bush Family Legacy Museum (Formerly Nott House) l Greek Revival House Open Mid June to Mid-Oct, Dock Square, Kennebunkport, 967-2513 or 207-967-2751


Seashore Trolley Museum l Largest electric railway museum in the world. Tour the various displays and exhibits from carbarns to the exhibition shop. Visitors may also ride a streetcar along a rebuilt portion of the Atlantic Shore Line Railway fun for the whole family. Log Cabin Road - Kennebunkport, 207-967-2800


Baxter Museum l Gorham ME

In 1908, James Phinney Baxter built a public library in Gorham and opened his childhood home as a museum. Besides local artifacts, Baxter Museum displays Civil War artifacts, Annie Louise Cary memorabilia, portraits and paintings. Open June August, Tuesday and Thursdays, 10 - 1pm. Free admission. Group tours welcome.


The Penobscot Marine Museum l Searsport, ME

Dedicated to the preservation, documentation, and exhibition of the history of Penobscot Bay and the maritime history of Maine. It is a unique seafaring village comprised of thirteen historic and modern buildings, many of them former sea captain's homes. Extensive maritime, photographic and genealogical holdings. It is open to the public year-round for maritime and family research. The Museum offers visitors, young and old, a wonderful opportunity to learn more about Maine's rich maritime heritage and includes hands-on exhibits for children.


Maine Whale Watching TourFitness Centers

Seacoast Fitnessl 952 Post Road, Wells, Maine. Open 365/7 - 5am - 10pm - 207-646-6898


Fitness Nuthousel Rt 1, Kennebunk - Shoppers Village. 10 minute drive.


Quest Fitnessl 7 Shape Drive. Kennebunk, ME 04043-6601. 207-467-3800


Planet Fitnessl Biddeford Location. Sanford Location


Saco Sport and Fitnessl 329 North Street, Saco, 207-284-5953


Body Works Health and Fitness Centerl 644 Main St, Saco, 207-284-9924


Biddeford YMCA Northern York Countyl Alfred Road (Rt 111), Biddeford, 207-283-0100


Maine Rock Gyml Indoor Climbing Gym No experience needed. 127 Marginal Way, Portland, 207-780-6370


Sporting Events

Beech Ridge Motor Speedwayl Auto racing Saturday nights. Holmes Road, Scarborough. 207-883-5227


Portland Pirates Hockeyl AHL affiliate of NHL Washington Capitals. Play in Cumberland County Civic Center. Regular Season: October to early April. 207-775-3458.


Portland Sea Dogs Baseballl lAA Farm Team for the Boston Red Sox. Home games held at Hadlock Field, Portland, from late April through early September. 207-879-9500.


Portland Observatory

Scarborough Downsl Seasonal harness racing, Rt. 1, Scarborough. 207-883-4331


Driving Ranges| See Golf Courses Section


Micro Breweries

D.L Geary Brewing Co Inc.l 38 Evergreen Drive, Portland, 207-878-2337


State-wide Attractions

Len Libby Handmade Candiesl 419 US Route 1, Scarborough, ME 04074. 207-883-4897


Downeast Duck Adventuresl 117 Commercial Street, Portland, ME 04101. 207-774-3825


Portland Walking Toursl 138 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101. 207-774-5561


Longfellow Housel 489 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101. 207-774-1822


Tate House Museuml 2 Waldo Street, Portland, ME 04102. 207-774-6177


Victoria Mansionl 109 Danforth Street, Portland, ME 04101. 207-772-4841


Portland Schooner Co.l Maine State Pier, Portland, ME 04101. 877-246-6637


Portland Observatory| 138 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101. 207-774-5561


Desert of MainePortland Harbor Museum| Fort Road, South Portland, ME 04106. 207-774-5561


Museum at Portland Head Light| 1000 Shore Road, Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107. 207-799-2661


Portland Sea Dogs| Hadlock Field, 271 Park Avenue, Portland, ME 04102. 800-936-DOGS


Desert of Maine l Natural phenomenon, narrated tours, nature trails, museum. Open early May to mid October daily. 95 Desert Road, Freeport, 207-865-6962


Eartha - DeLorme | Worlds Largest Rotating Globe. Two DeLorme Dr, Yarmouth, ME 04096. 800-642-0970


Maine Wildlife Park| 56 Game Farm Road, Route 26, Gray ME 04039. 207-657-4977


Maine Maritime Museum| 243 Washington Street, Bath, ME 04530. 207-443-1316


Coastal Maine Botanical GardensCoastal Maine Botanical Gardens| Barters Island Road, Boothbay, ME 04537. 207-633-4333


Boothbay Railway Village| 586 Wiscasset Rd, Boothbay, ME 04537. 207-633-4727


Maine Eastern Railroad| 4 Union Street, Rockland, ME 04841. 866-637-2457


Bar Harbor Whale Watch| One West Street, Bar Harbor, ME 04609. 800-942-5374


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