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Portland Observatory

The Portland Observatory (1807), located at 138 Congress St., is the last remaining maritime signal tower (it's not a lighthouse) in the United States. It became a National Historic Landmark in 1971

Portland, ME Observatories

Cathedral Church of Saint Luke (Episcopal)

The mission of the Cathedral Church of St. Luke (Episcopal) is to offer a Christian community of welcome, inclusion, and support. The Cathedral is located at 143

Portland, ME Churches

Palawan Sailing

Sail historic Casco Bay from Portland's Old Port on a vintage 58 foot ocean racer. 2 & 3 hr. sails, all day trips for up to 24

Portland, ME Windjamming

Portland's Historic Waterfront District

Portland's Old Port is one of the most successful revitalized warehouse districts in the country. Seamlessly connected to the waterfront, the Old Port is both a working waterfront and a chic shopping, dining, and entertainment district. Taking a walk at the water'

Portland, ME Historic Districts

Things to do near Portland, ME

Maine College of Art Montgomery Memorial Gallery

Art Gallery in Downtown Portland. Maine College of Art....

Rufus Porter Museum

The Rufus Porter Museum opened in 2005, dedicated to the artistic and scientific life work of the artist, Rufus Porter, 1792-...

Victoria Mansion

Victoria Mansion is an outstanding example of nineteenth-century American architecture and design. With remarkably intact ori...

Maine State Ballet

Maine's premiere professional ballet company under the direction of former New York City Ballet dancer Linda MacArthur Miele,...

Colonial Mast Campground

Year round camping on Long Lake. 79 sites, store, laundry, boating, fishing. Pets allowed. Boat and trailer rentals. Play...