Catch a Show at the Ogunquit Playhouse

One of the last, original authentic off-Broadway summer theaters. Ogunquit’s Playhouse offers fantastic summer stock entertainment, top-shelf entertainers, Broadway productions, and musical theatre in a delightful 1933 barn. 

Take in the View at Cape Neddick “Nubble” Lighthouse

Maine has lots of beautiful lighthouses along its coast and Cape Neddick “Nubble” Lighthouse is one worth checking out in Ogunquit. The lighthouse was built in 1879 and has an attached red-roofed house and outbuildings that make for a beautiful, scenic view. 

Soak Up the Sun at an Ogunquit Beach

If you’re visiting a coastal town like Ogunquit Maine, you absolutely have to make time to go to the beach. Ogunquit has two long beautiful beaches including its namesake Ogunquit Beach as well as Footbridge Beach. 

Explore the Wonders of Perkins Cove

Perkins Cove is home to a hand-operated footbridge and visitors may have the chance to draw it up if a tall ship is passing by. Stroll the Marginal Way from here, then shop for locally made jewelry and crafts, before catching lunch at one of the waterfront bistros for a bowl of chowder or lobster roll. 

Experience a Piano Bar

The most happening place for nightlife in Ogunquit is The Front Porch. Go here, go upstairs and join in the live music as locals and folks from away gather around the grand piano bar for singalongs with Ogunquit’s best singers and entertainers, it’s a gay old time. 

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