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We know how much goes into capturing those perfect moments that live on long after you leave, here are some inspiring photo hot spots.
From sea to plate, learn different ways to experience the classic: rolls, dinners, bakes, and more. Explore Maine’s lobster industry.
Rugged, lighthouse-dotted coastline, off-the-beaten-path trails, and cobblestone streets await you in Maine’s great outdoors.
Find a list of free things to do in the Greater Portland, Maine area including parks, beaches, self-guided tours, and free concerts and events.
Whether you go for a tasting tour or grab a craft beer at a local brewery, be sure to explore Portland’s prolific brews, spirits, and wines.
Sailing satisfies those seeking hands-on adventure or a lazy sunset cruise in equal measure, moving visitors to get out on the water
With 3,500 miles of coastline, Maine provides easy access for those wishing to explore islands, hidden coves, and sandy beaches.
Maine is home to over 6,000 lakes and ponds, meaning fishing is merely a matter of choosing a clear and vibrant body of water and the right tackle.
The diversity of scenery in Portland makes for a tough decision when it comes to a stroll or a hike in and around the city.
7 Days, 1 Unforgettable Vacation. Travel from Boston to Bar Harbor and experience Maine’s rocky shores, sandy beaches, and yes plenty of lobster.
Get out and enjoy the fresh sea air and ocean breezes while you get a taste of all Maine’s foodie scene has to offer.
Get out and enjoy the great outdoors on a long weekend that will sure to have you coming back to Maine year after year.
You’ve probably heard about Portland’s foodie scene. But, don’t you think it’s time you try it for yourself? Soaking up every bit of lobster butter?
There are many ways to spend your limited time in Portland, Maine. Cruise on Casco Bay, take a trolley tour, or just explore on your own.