Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Bancroft, Maine
Category: ALL
Page 1 of 2
Located in Patten, ME
32 miles from Bancroft
"The Patten Lumbermen's Museum was established to document Maine Logging History, by preserving the logging heritage and accomplishments of early inhabitants of the state of Maine. Exihibits at the museum include some of Maine's most notable contributions to the early mechanization of logging, including the Lombard Steam Hauler, Lombard Gas Hauler, and the Peavey Cant Dog."(This excerpt taken from Patten Lumbermens Museum website)
Located in Millinocket, ME
35 miles from Bancroft
"Percival P. Baxter was governor of Maine during the years of 1921-1924. He enjoyed fishing and vacationing in the Maine woods throughout childhood and his affection for the land and Maine’s wildlife were instrumental in his creation of a park for people of the State of Maine. He began to fulfill his dream of a park in the year 1930, with the purchase of almost 6,000 acres of land, including Katahdin, Maine’s highest peak. In 1931, Baxter formally donated the parcel to the State of Maine with the condition that it be kept forever wild. Over the years, Governor Baxter purchased additional lands and pieced his park together, transaction by transaction. He made his final purchase in 1962 (download map). Since then,additional purchases and land gifts have increased the Park’s total size to 209,644 acres."(This excerpt taken from Baxter State Park website)
Located in Stacyville, ME
37 miles from Bancroft
"Spread across a wild landscape offering spectacular views of Mount Katahdin, Katahdin Woods and Waters invites discovery of its rivers, streams, woods, flora, fauna, geology, and the night skies that have attracted humans for millennia."(This excerpt taken from Katahdin Woods and Waters website)
Located in Calais, ME
50 miles from Bancroft
"Since 1927 golfers from the United States and Canada have enjoyed our picturesque nine hole course situated on the banks of the St. Croix River in Calais, Maine. The well-maintained greens and wide fairways offer both the experienced golfer and the beginner an enjoyable day of golf."(This excerpt taken from The St. Croix Country Club website)
Located in Mars Hill, ME
57 miles from Bancroft
"Welcome to Big Rock, a big mountain experience with a small town feel; perfect for family fun."(This excerpt taken from Big Rock Ski Area website)
Located in Machias, ME
72 miles from Bancroft
"One of 21 homes in the United States designated as most significant to the American Revolution."(This excerpt taken from Burnham Tavern Museum website)
Located in Bangor, ME
73 miles from Bancroft
"The Bangor Symphony Orchestra has been providing live music for the people of Bangor since 1896 and hasn't missed a season since. From Beethoven to Tchaikovsky, old and new, the Bangor Symphony has something for everyone this season. The Bangor Symphony continues in its 112th season with its classical series of music, holiday favorites and summer POPS programs. The BSO offers concerts for youth to adult, for many tastes and all ages."(This excerpt taken from Bangor Symphony Orchestra website)
Located in Bangor, ME
73 miles from Bancroft
"With seven major interactive exhibit areas on three floors, Maine Discovery Museum is the largest children's museum north of Boston. Located in the historic Freese's building in downtown Bangor, MDM is just an hour's drive from Acadia National Park to the east and the mid-coast to the south."(This excerpt taken from Maine Discovery Museum website)
Located in Bangor, ME
73 miles from Bancroft
"The Museum of Art remains the only institution owned by the citizens of the State of Maine to house a permanent fine arts collection - one which has grown to a stature that makes it a nucleus in the state for historic and contemporary art. Consisting of more than 6500 original works of art, the collection is particularly strong in American mid-20th century works on paper."(This excerpt taken from University of Maine Museum of Art website)
Located in Eastport, ME
73 miles from Bancroft
"The Tides Institute and Museum of Art builds and exhibits cultural collections, creates new cultural works, and strengthens cultural ties within the greater Passamaquoddy region, between New England and the Atlantic Provinces, and to the wider world."(This excerpt taken from Tides Institute & Museum of Art website)
Page 1 of 2
Category Filter
new search