Wander the Portland Museum of Art

This avant-garde museum is all about creative expression that’s one-of-a-kind, so you’re likely to find art in media and concepts that you’ve never seen before. The exhibits here change regularly but feature everyone from classical artists to contemporary, local painters and sculptors. 

Climb The Portland Observatory

The observatory offers great views of Portland, Casco Bay, Back Cove, and Mt. Washington. It’s owned and operated by the City of Portland and Greater Portland Landmarks, who offer guided tours during the summer season. 

Discover the Portland Trails Network

Portland Trails creates and maintains a network of trails extending about 80 miles. There are dozens of trails in the Greater Portland Casco Bay region, some of which may surprise you in the Old Port district — including the Bayside Trail and Eastern Prom Trail. 

Watch the Portland Sea Dogs Play

For sports enthusiasts, a Portland Sea Dogs baseball game is fun for the whole family. As the Minor League affiliate to the Boston Red Sox, Sea Dogs games draw fans of all ages to cheer on future big leaguers and watch some impressive baseball. 

See More of Fort Williams Park

In Cape Elizabeth, Fort Williams Park is one of Maine’s most beautiful parks, with the centerpiece of Portland Head Light, Maine’s oldest lighthouse. Here, you’ll find acres of green lawn that sweep toward the ocean, perfect for picnicking or tossing a Frisbee. 

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