Maine Tourist Attractions

The Marginal Way House is directly across from the beautiful Ogunquit Beach, and has been welcoming guests since 1911. As a great summer destination, Ogunquit has plenty to offer visitors, and this home is a perfect place to stay... read more arrow
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As a charming fishing village community set on the Ogunquit, Maine coast, Perkins Cove has much to offer visitors who want a relaxing vacation in completely different setting. A unique historical aspect to this area is that it was the original artist settlement for post-impressionists painters; in fact Betty Davis once lived nearby... read more arrow
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Ogunquit Beach Ogunquit Beach is one of the most beautiful and celebrated areas in Maine. The historic and wonderful accommodations in the area offer an assortment of services for guests, as well as plenty of activities and entertainment to keep the guests enthusiastic... read more arrow
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The excitement of the Ferris Wheel, Roller Coasters, and arcade in Palace Playland, offers guests an alternative to a day on the beach. Whether it is going on an exhilarating ride or playing games in the arcade, this playground offers a great amusement park that young and old can enjoy... read more arrow
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A premier beach in Maine is the Old Orchard Beach, and it's considered to be one of the most beautiful seaside communities in New England. Vacationers from all over can enjoy the ocean, beach, and available activities in this wonderful area... read more arrow
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With the twin lighthouses at the far end of the road, it's simple to see where Two Lights State Park derived its name. It was opened in 1961 and contains 41 beautiful acres overlooking the rocky coast and beautiful shores... read more arrow
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With scenic hiking trails, excellent campgrounds, and many available activities, the Acadia National Park offers guess a refreshing place to spend their vacation days during the season. Offering a wide variety of activities to entertain any age, this park is a great place to get away from it all, relax, and rejuvenate the soul... read more arrow
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Located near the Kennebunkport River, Saint Anthony's Franciscan Monastery offers a unique destination providing visitors with a lifelong memory of a one of a kind vacation. A view of the Kennebunkport shipyard from the Monastery provides a stunning view of the surrounding scenery, and guests will find many interesting things to do at the site... read more arrow
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One of the best treasures that locals and tourists alike enjoy is the Ogunquit Playhouse providing summer stock theater since 1933. A variety of stage legends over the last 85 years have performed to thrilled audiences, some of which include Maude Adams, Ethel Barrymore, Bette Davis, and other notable stars... read more arrow
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Freeport, Maine is home to the Desert-of-Maine and this is quite the unexpected site for a desert. In the 1700s, the Tuttle's bought these 40 acres, and due to erosion, failure to rotate the crops properly, over-grazing the sheep, and just basic improper use, the land eroded to the glacial silt that was deposited over 11,000 years ago... read more arrow
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