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    Standard Baking Co.

    Opposite Portland’s ferry terminal in a historic brick warehouse, Alison Pray and Matt James make the best baked goods around, and there’s almost a... More
  • Sunday River

    The whole family can enjoy the challenging runs at this ski mountain. More
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    The Cheese Iron

    You’d think in a state with dairy farms aplenty that fine cheese mongers would be everywhere. Not so, at least until 2006, when, much to the deligh... More
  • The Eleanor

    This four-sailed schooner offers visitors the chance to take a ride on the wild side — of the Atlantic, that is. Cushioned cabin seating, a teak co... More
  • The Logan

    Spot moose at this popular fishing location near Little Kennebago Lake. More
  • The Olson House

    High on Hathorne Point, 14.5 miles from Rockland, is the beautiful and haunting Olson House, subject of hundreds of works of art by Andrew Wyeth. I... More
  • The Owls Head Transportation Museum

    Antique planes, trains, and automobiles are showcased at this family-friendly museum, located near the Knox County Airport. All of the 100-plus veh... More
  • The Pineapple Ketch

    Come sunset, take a two-hour Atlantic excursion on the two-masted Pineapple Ketch, which sails daily from the Nonantum Resort. More
  • The White Heart Bar & Cocktail Lounge

    Downtown lounge with live music and DJs More
  • The Wilhelm Reich Museum

    This sprawling western Maine museum from the trust of Wilhelm Reich, a noted psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, and scientist, spans 175 acres. The woods... More
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    Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers

    Internationally acclaimed master woodworker Thomas Moser—known for his exquisite Shaker, Colonial, and Arts and Crafts–style furniture made from Am... More
  • Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound

    A mainstay of this small community since 1956, it's hard to miss this family-owned lobster shack and seafood distributor, with its large rooftop "L... More
  • Ugly Anne

  • Victoria Mansion

    You don’t have to be a history or architecture buff to appreciate the sheer monied fabulousness of this hulking Civil War brownstone on mansion-lin... More
  • Wells Auto Museum

    Home to more than 80 antique cars, this nonprofit museum appeals to auto enthusiasts and history buffs alike. Founded in 1946 by husband-and-wife t... More

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