Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"The collections of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art range from the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean world to artwork created in the first years of the 21st century."
(This excerpt taken from Bowdoin College Museum of Art website)
"Golf in Maine has never been better than at the Brunswick Golf Club. Ideally located along the picturesque Midcoast region of Maine, Brunswick is the home of Bowdoin College once attended by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and US President Franklin Pierce."
(This excerpt taken from Brunswick Golf Club website)
"Beautiful Thomas Point Beach, just off Route 24 in Brunswick, has much more to offer than just a day in the sun! Thomas Point Beach offers individuals, families, and groups of all sizes, a variety of exciting summer happenings. Here you will find a clean, sandy beach on tidal water overlooking relaxing Thomas Bay."
(This excerpt taken from Thomas Point Beach website)
"Set in the rolling farmland of North Bath, Bath Country Club's 18 championship holes are a Maine favorite for golfers from South Portland to Augusta. Lush, beautiful and challenging, it's no wonder so many Mainers decide to skip work, play golf!"
(This excerpt taken from Bath Country Club website)
"If you are looking to do some light tackle or fly fishing in Midcoast Maine, Obsession Sportfishing Charters can give you a quality and enjoyable guided fishing experience. When booking a Guided trip there is no substitute for experience and local knowledge. Obsession Sportfishing Charters is the charter operation for you."
(This excerpt taken from Obsession Sportfishing website)
"Experience Maine's rich seafaring history on the banks of the Kennebec River at Maine Maritime Museum. From watercraft and lobstering, to shipbuilding and sea trade, you'll hear stories about dangerous voyages to distant lands, see how a shipbuilder's family lived in the 1890s, smell the sawdust from historic ship timbers, and discover the wonders and mysteries of Maine's maritime culture."
(This excerpt taken from Maine Maritime Museum website)
"Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park is a five minute drive from the center of Freeport's bustling shopping district, and as visitors approach the park, marshes and open fields provide a tranquil transformation back to nature. In 1969, this area of more than 200 acres was given to the State by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M.C. Smith of Freeport. The park contains varied ecosystems, including climax white pine and hemlock forests, a salt marsh estuary, and the rocky shorelines on Casco Bays and the Harraseeket River."
(This excerpt taken from Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park website)
"Visitors find it difficult to imagine among the rolling hills and rambling brooks at the end of Desert Rd. there is a Desert. Once you take your first step through the gift shop's front door, however, your doubts will vanish as you enter the vast and sandy DESERT of MAINE."
(This excerpt taken from Desert of Maine website)
"When you arrive at the Observatory for your two hour guided tour, the dome will already be open, and the telescope ready for use. The first hour will be spent using the telescope and your eyes to peer up at the constellations, planets, the moon, and famous objects like the Orion Nebula, the Andromeda Galaxy, and a host of other objects."
(This excerpt taken from Blueberry Pond Observatory website)
"Bradbury Mountain State Park is a wonderful place to spend a day or afternoon exploring trails, taking in the magnificent view from the summit, or enjoying a picnic under a canopy of trees. Situated on Route 9 about halfway between Portland and Lewiston-Auburn, the park attracts visitors who enjoy picnicking, hiking and camping on its 800 acres of forested land. Bradbury Mountain is the only state park in southern Maine to offer shared-use trails for horseback riders, mountain bikers and snowmobilers."
(This excerpt taken from Bradbury Mountain State Park website)