Monhegan

Monhegan

Edward Hopper is among the legions of artists who’ve come to Monhegan to paint its dramatic cliffs and gray-shingled houses. The arts are still important to the island, and summer visitors wander among studios and galleries when they’re not hiking or beachcombing. Ferries leave from New Harbor and Port Clyde.

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