Communities who have made Maine their home are enriching and strengthening our towns and cities by preserving and celebrating their culture.
Enjoy the beauty and great outdoors of Maine while learning all about Maine’s roots at local exhibits, museums, and attractions.
What to do during this time of social distancing. Find frequently asked questions. Thank you for supporting Maine’s tourism industry.
Get a little bit of everything in the Portland region and beyond basking in local gardens and exploring museums and galleries.
From sea to plate, learn different ways to experience the classic: rolls, dinners, bakes, and more. Explore Maine’s lobster industry.
We know how much goes into capturing those perfect moments that live on long after you leave, here are some inspiring photo hot spots.
Where business meets adventure and natural beauty inspires productivity. More than a meeting place, Maine is an exciting getaway.
This western part of the state stretches from New Hampshire’s border to Sebago Lake and is home to the state’s highest peaks and year-round activities.
Some call it the “quiet” season, other may call it the most underrated time view our scenic, coastal region.
The area beckons outdoor enthusiasts who camp, hike its expansive trails, experience the best canoeing and kayaking Maine has to offer.
This north-south swathe of Maine extends from the state capital of Augusta to the border of the Canadian province of Quebec.
Covering a huge expanse of territory and terrains, coastlines and woodlands, many far from the crowds, from Bar Harbor to Mount Desert Island.