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Fort McClary Blockhouse-Historic Site

Fort McClary State Historic Site has been occupied since 1689 and for nearly 275 years was used as an important military defensive position to protect the approaches to the Piscataqua River. Fort McClary was manned during five wars: The American Revolution War of 1812 Civil War

Kittery, ME Forts

Frost Farm Gallery

Frost Farm Gallery presents rotating fine arts with new exhibits planned for each First Friday gallery opening. Ongoing - diverse collection of matted and framed original vintage and antique prints in an intimate gallery space, nestled in an historic 1797

Norway, ME Arts

Willowbrook Museum Village

The way life used to be! Experience 19th century Yankee ingenuity while exploring 34 buildings displaying rural Maine daily life. An extensive carriage and sleigh collection, historic trades shops, two historic houses and barns, and a fully restored 1894

Newfield, ME Museums


The Vintage Violet Auction House & Antique Shop, L

The Vintage Violet Antique Shop encompasses over 3000 square feet. We offer a tantalizing mixture of antiques and collectibles from the primitive to 1970'

Winthrop, ME Businesses

Historic Pittston Farm

Historic Pittston Farm was established in 1907

Rockwood, ME Businesses

Mt. Abram

Great family mountain with affordable prices. 41 trails for skiers and riders of all abilities, with 5 lifts to get you there. For the non skier we have Maines longest tubing park. Always 2

Greenwood, ME Skiing


The Jefferson House B&B

1835 farmhouse on 12 acres in a quiet corner of Maine. There are both rooms with private bath and rooms with shared. Delicious breakfast. Large porch, fields, mill pond. 1/2

Jefferson, ME Businesses


Bath Youth Meetinghouse and Skatepark

We are a teen center and skatepark located in down town Bath, Maine. We have weekly movie showings on our 15' x 24' screen, band and rock concerts, arts, youth counseling, and the largest indoor skatepark in Maine!

Bath, ME Skate Centers

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