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Marshall Point Lighthouse stands on a rocky point at the end of the St. George peninsula in Maine. The lighthouse aids navigation along the Gulf of Maine coast and marks the entrance to the mouth of the St. George River and the harbor located in the fishing village of Port Clyde. The lighthouse property includes the light tower, accessible via a walkway, the lovingly restored 1880’s Keeper’s House, summer kitchen, recently reconstructed late 19th century barn and the original oil house. (This excerpt taken from the Marshall Point Lighthouse Museum website)
The Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park is run and maintained by the Bristol Parks and Recreation Department. The park is open to visitors 9am-5pm everyday from the Middle of May until mid to late October (closing date varies each year). (This excerpt taken from the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park website)
Offering three- to six-night sailing trips from late May through October, we invite you to discover the magnificent coast of Maine aboard a nearly 150-year-old schooner, the Stephen Taber. (This excerpt taken from the Schooner Stephen Taber website)
TThe Farnsworth Art Museum offers a nationally recognized collection of works from many of America’s greatest artists, with 20,000 square feet of gallery space and over 15,000 works in the collection. It has one of the largest public collections of works by sculptor Louise Nevelson, while its Wyeth Center features works of N.C., Andrew and Jamie Wyeth.  (This excerpt taken from the Farnsworth Art Museum website)
The Maine Lighthouse Museum is the proud home of the largest collection of Fresnel lighthouse lenses and the most important landmark collection of lighthouse artifacts and Coast Guard memorabilia in the United States. The museum has merged the spectacular lighthouse collection from the former Museum of Lighthouse History of Wells, ME with these exhibits. The two collections are now on display and marvelously complement each other.  (This excerpt taken from the Maine Lighthouse Museum website)
Sail with Captain John Foss and the crew of the Schooner American Eagle for a truly excellent vacation and a great experience. Step back in time and enjoy a leisurely sail along the coast of Maine. Sail where the wind blows and leave the world behind. (This excerpt taken from the Schooner American Eagle website)
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Rockland, ME
(range: 14 miles)
We hope you'll join us aboard the Heritage this season. Every trip is special. Capts. Sean and Ben are your hosts aboard every trip. In addition to sailing the vessel, they enjoy entertaining their guests by playing live music in the evenings. The food is delicious with restaurant quality dishes made with fresh local ingredients, and breads, cookies, and desserts all freshly baked aboard. (This excerpt taken from the Schooner Heritage website)
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Rockland, ME
(range: 14 miles)
The Strand Theatre, located in downtown Rockland on the coast of Maine, has been entertaining audiences since 1923. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the theater underwent an extensive renovation in 2005, which included new sound and projection equipment, a fully restored interior and exterior, and a bright new marquee. (This excerpt taken from the The Strand Theatre website)
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Alna, ME
(range: 15 miles)
The WW&F Railway Museum in Alna, Maine (just north of Wiscasset on Route 218), celebrates Maine’s Sheepscot Valley narrow gauge. Come ride our historic steam train for a trip back in time. Explore our facilities and shops where exploration is encouraged and inquisitiveness is rewarded. Experience the nearly-lost art of running and maintaining a steam powered narrow gauge railroad. (This excerpt taken from the WW&F Railway Museum website)
The Vision of the Boothbay Railway Village is to utilize its unique village setting to engage adults and children in hands-on activities designed to create a better understanding of Maine village life throughout the period. We aspire to transform the way we view and relate to Maine’s rural past through interactive visitation, educational opportunism, and a variety of dynamic programs to enrich our daily lives. (This excerpt taken from the Boothbay Railway Village website)
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