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Things to do in Maine

  • Nick's Chance

    Guests can experience a beloved New England tradition aboard Nick's Chance, a state-of-the-art whale-watching vessel that sails the Gulf of Maine d... More
  • Nicky USA, Inc.

    Founded by Geoff Latham, this local food purveyor is based in the Buckman neighborhood, not far from the Burnside Bridge. The company sells sustain... More
  • Nubble Lighthouse

    Considered one of the most iconic images in Maine, the Cape Neddick Lighthouse (widely known as the Nubble Lighthouse) sits on a rocky outcropping ... More
  • Ogunquit Playhouse

    Broadway veteran Walter Hartwig and wife Maude debuted their repertory theatre in 1937, and “America’s foremost summer theatre” continues to endure... More
  • Pallian & Company

    It’s easy to miss this nondescript gift and home and garden goods store on one of the busiest stretches of U.S. Route 1; inside, however, is a diff... More
  • Pemaquid Point Lighthouse

    Complete with an 1856 Fresnel lens, this lighthouse is available for weekly rentals for up to four people. More
  • Popham Beach / Fort Popham

    A pastoral 14-mile drive south of Bath, this 529-acre park beach is an aberration for one reason: it has sand, and lots of it. In a state where roc... More
  • Portland Farmers' Market

    The Spread: The 30-odd growers and producers who gather on Saturdays in downtown Portland's Deering Oaks Park are carrying on a tradition that goes... More
  • Portland Headlight

    One of Maine’s great icons, the picturesque white-stucco, black-capped Portland Headlight marks the entrance to the namesake city’s busy harbor, an... More
  • Portland Museum of Art

    This angular I. M. Pei–designed building in the heart of downtown Portland is not only the city’s shining cultural institution; it also houses the ... More
  • Portland Sea Dogs at Hadlock Field

    The Double-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, the Sea Dogs play an average of 70 home games each season at Hadlock Field, just south of the Back Co... More
  • Puzzle Mountain

    Follow the Grafton Notch Loop Trail to the top of this 2,566-foot mountain (located 3.2 miles from Eddy Rd., Rte. 26). It’s especially lovely durin... More
  • R. Jorgensen Antiques

    Some of the finest antiques for sale in the state of Maine emerge from this wisteria-covered 1685 mill house emporium, founded by Bob and Becky Jor... More
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    Rabelais

    It’s only fitting that on Portland’s culinary alley—Middle Street—a fine bookstore with every imaginable title on food, wine, and culinary academia... More
  • Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge

    Encompassing over 5,000 acres of salt marshes filled with migratory birds, maritime forests, and coastal dunes, the Rachel Carson National Wildlife... More

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