Art & Ales: Ellsworth, Hancock and Sullivan
Located in Ellsworth’s historic courthouse, Courthouse Gallery Fine Art is an exquisite exhibition space. The Gallery has become a destination where artists, collectors, and friends gather to continue the conversation about Maine’s role in American art. A must-see Maine gallery.
Artsworth is a local arts center that holds workshops, events, and houses Atlantic Art Glass, a glass blowing studio and teaching center. Check out this exhibition and studio space.
There are several sites of the Maine International Sculpture Trail in Ellsworth, Hancock, Sullivan, Surry, Steuben, Sorrento, and Lamoine. Take your own driving tour of these spectacular stone works.
Fogtown Brewing Company is a downtown gathering spot for great local brews made from Maine grown hops, malts, oats, spelt and foraged ingredients such as berries, sweet fern, spruce tips, bog myrtle – whatever they can find in season! There’s live music, wood fired pizza and a beer garden. #foglight #cordwoodbrownale #thaihot
The Ironbound Inn in Hancock Village is a cozy and upscale small inn that borders on conservation land with hiking trails. The Inn also features a casual restaurant with outdoor dining. Finish your day snuggled up by the outdoor fire pit under the stars.
The Woodlawn Museum and Park is a 180-acre garden and features the historic Black House. Tour the House, stroll the gardens, visit the gift shop, attend afternoon tea, participate in special events, and you can even play croquet.
Local hiking trail information can be found by visiting the Heart of Ellsworth, a Main Street affiliate program.
Rooster Brother is a darn good cook store along the Union River. Stop in and get cooking.
Designers and makers of garden urns, planters, and bird baths, Lunaform in Sullivan is preeminent in the century old American tradition of sculptural garden works.
Stop by Share Studios for beautiful handmade papers and for paper making supplies.