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Acadia National Park
Maine is famous for its rugged, picturesque coastlines and at Acadia National Park, you’ll get the chance to enjoy plenty of those iconic views. Situated centrally on the coast, this park is the perfect place to explore the Maine’s islands. The oldest National Park east of the Mississippi, visitors at Acadia can explore historic carriage roads, hike the 125 miles of trails, fish, go horseback riding and so much more. And the fun isn’t only relegated to summer – come in the fall for impressive leaf-peeping and in the winter, get adventurous with snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, ice fishing and dog sledding.
The Fryeburg Fair traces its history back to 1851 when a handful of farmers and merchants assembled to show off their produce, livestock and wares to the community. Since then, the fair has grown to be the largest of its kind in Maine with eight days of fun during the first week in October. Enjoy harness racing, a midway, tractor pulls, steer and oxen shows, nighttime concerts, daytime entertainment, and more.
Maine Lobster Festival
This annual festival features five days of events, entertainment and more on the coast of Maine during August. Whether you want to participate in a 10K, 5K or 1K fun run or stroll through the many booths featuring arts, crafts, food and beverages, you won’t want to miss this festival. Of course, it wouldn’t be a lobster festival without lobster – 20,000 pounds of it to be exact. Enjoy a parade, a sea goddess coronation, an international crate race, a parade, a marine tent and top-notch entertainment. And if that’s not enough, tap into your inner chef as you take in the festival’s cooking contests.
American Folk Festival
Diversity is the name of the game at the American Folk Festival. This large-scale, three-day event held annually at the end of August features a wealth of entertainment, arts and activities to appeal to a wide range of people. Some of the nation’s finest performing groups share the traditional arts of their regions, cultures and heritages on four stages. Booths feature traditional craft demonstrations, various exhibits and a selection of ethnic, regional and traditional food, or get active at the area’s first color run where runners and walkers end up covered in colored corn starch.
Learn firsthand what working on a real farm is like at this family run orchard near Bangor. Here, you can pick-you-own fruit including blueberries and raspberries in the summer and apples and pumpkins in the fall or get hands on with the animals. Educational tours of the property in a horse-drawn wagon are also an option and, depending on the time of year you visit, you can go on a hayride, play in the corn maze or enjoy folk music during the orchard concert series.
Want to explore Maine's coastline from the water? Book a tour on the Schooner Eleanor, a modern-constructed traditional gaff rigged schooner with a design from 1935. The ship sets sail every day between May and October from Kennebunkport for a two-hour trip down the historic Kennebunk River to the ocean. Along the way, you can learn about maritime history, help work the sails or just sit back and relax.
Looking for something different to do on the beach? Look no further than Palace Playland, New England's only beachfront amusement park located in Old Orchard Beach. Let the kids get out that energy with fun rides and activities. Get a thrill on the roller coasters or keep it a bit calmer for the little ones with options like the ever-popular Tea Cups. With tons of options including bumper cars, a water flume ride, a classic Ferris wheel and so much more, this is an action packed stop to add to your itinerary. And if you love fireworks, you won’t want to miss the weekly Thursday night fireworks shows through the peak season.
Tides Institute and Museum of Art
This unique arts facility is located on the border between the United States and Canada, aiming to bring together the history, art and culture of these two countries through exhibits that have particular emphasis on art, but also architecture and history. Collections include paintings, prints, photographs and sculpture as well as ship models, maps, musical instruments and graphic arts.
This state is well-known for its wealth of lighthouses dotting the coastline. In fact, there are more than 60 lighthouses still in existence along roughly 5,000 miles of coastline, inlets and islands. Indispensable in guiding sailors and fishermen safely into harbors along the rocky coastline, these lighthouses are an important part of Maine's history. Today, they draw tourists from all over and while some are accessible by land, several lighthouse boat tours provide an ideal way to see these important historical attractions.
More than just an old wooden fort, this museum is a landmark of great significance with troops under James Howard and Benedict Arnold each using it as a base of operations. Built in 1754, the fort is the oldest of its kind in New England. It houses exhibits, collections and historical information on the area dating back to the 18th century.