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History and Architecture

Maine, like the rest of ‘New’ England, is steeped in the past. So there’s plenty of ways to celebrate its history, culture and historic architecture.

  • Visit one of Maine’s many history and heritage Museums.

  • Roam the state’s Historic Districts, which are scattered throughout Maine. They feature everything from sea captains’ houses to gigantic mills.

  • Wander through those historic homes that are preserved as museums. These allow you an intimate glimpse of how Mainers once lived and worked.

  • Enjoy the fairs, festivals and concerts that help Maine connect the many strands of its heritage and culture.

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  • The Rufus Porter Museum celebrates the life and times of a remarkably creative American genius who worked throughout Maine, New England, and beyond.

    Phone: (207) 647-2828

    Website: www.rufusportermuseum.org

    Address: 121 Main Street , Bridgton

    History and Maritime Art and Craft Museums
  • A look at life in rural, 19th-century Maine

    Phone: (207) 933-2287

    Website: www.facebook.com

    Address: 748 Main Street PO Box 352 , Monmouth

    History and Maritime Museums
  • Highlighting local maritime history.

    Phone: 207-315-6125

    Address: 16A Wharf St. Pier 1 , Boothbay Harbor

    Gifts History and Maritime Museums
  • Historic tours of Maine - walking, cruises, haunts, tasting, maritime, lighthouses and more.

    Phone: (207) 380-3806

    Website: redcloaktours.com

    Address: PO Box 545 , Damariscotta

    Boat Cruises Guided Tours History and Maritime
  • A beautiful monument to Maine's Veterans, the Veterans Count Heroes Wall is a place for reflection and giving thanks to all who have served our great country. With two great locations- this monument is one to top your list when visiting Maine.

    Phone: 207-828-0754

    Website: vetscount.org

    History and Maritime Maine's Heritage
  • Maine's most unique attraction and campground! A desert 8 minutes from the flagship LL Bean Store and Freeport Outlets. Walking tours, hiking, tent & trailer camping, kids playground, 200 year old barn and cafe.

    Phone: (207) 850-3025

    Website: www.desertofmaine.com

    Address: 95 Desert Road , Freeport

    Camping Resorts Private Camping Areas History and Maritime

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