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Bangor, ME
(range: 10 miles)
The Linda G. and Donald N. Zillman Art Museum – University of Maine permanent collection consists of over 3,800 works of art with a concentration in original prints and photography. The collection features works of art created since 1900 with particular emphasis on contemporary art (1945-present). Artist of note include: Georg Baselitz, Max Beckmann, Georges Braque, Francesco Clemente, Richard Diebenkorn, Jim Dine, Eric Fischl, Helen Frankenthaler, William Gropper, David Hockney, Edward Hopper, Yvonne Jacquette, Käthe Kollwitz, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Motherwell, Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella and Andy Warhol. (This excerpt taken from the Zillman Art Museum website)
We’ve been bringing the joy of live music to people throughout Maine since 1896, with concerts for many tastes and all ages. Whatever your experience, you’ll love what you hear at the Bangor Symphony Orchestra. (This excerpt taken from the Bangor Symphony Orchestra website)
Everywhere you look there's endless excitement and the kind of thrills you just don't find anywhere else. Experience 1,000 Vegas-style slots, big-time tables, thrilling harness racing, and the kind of red carpet service you can only find in Hollywood. (This excerpt taken from the Hollywood Casino at Bangor website)
Located in the heart of Downtown Bangor, Maine Discovery Museum provides unique educational opportunities for children and families in Maine. Check out our hands-on, interactive exhibits, and spend the day learning through play with your family! What will you discover at the Maine Discovery Museum? (This excerpt taken from the Maine Discovery Museum website)
Our purpose at the Cole Land Transportation Museum is to collect, preserve, and display (before they disappear forever) a cross section of Maine's land transportation equipment from which this and future generations will gain knowledge of the past. (This excerpt taken from the Cole Land Transportation Museum website)
The device described in that patent changed the world. It became known as the telephone – and the history of that device, the other inventions it spawned, the businesses it created, the people who worked to construct, maintain, and improve the network of telephone wires that spanned the country are subjects that The Telephone Museum invites you to explore. (This excerpt taken from the The Telephone Museum website)
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Winterport, ME
(range: 23 miles)
Winterport Winery is located in the historic village of Winterport, not far from Bangor, and offers a selection of award winning fruit wines to complement various cuisines. Sophisticated and supple, our wines both elegantly accompany formal occasions and also stand refreshingly on their own. To expand our beverage offerings to include beer, Penobscot Bay Brewery – our on-site brewing facility was started in 2009 specializing in small batch, handcrafted brews that are fresh, flavorful and fantastic. (This excerpt taken from the Winterport Winery website)
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Prospect, ME
(range: 26 miles)
The Fort Knox Historic Site features one of the best-preserved examples of coastal defense fortifications constructed in the mid-1800s. It is America's first fort named after Major General Henry Knox.  (This excerpt taken from the Fort Knox website)
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Ellsworth, ME
(range: 29 miles)
Woodlawn is a 180-acre historic estate located a quarter mile from downtown Ellsworth, Maine. Once home to three generations of the Black family, it is now treasured for the Black House, its historic house museum, community and formal gardens, and its public park with walking trails. Visitors can explore a superb historic house, stroll through beautiful gardens, play croquet, hike on pristine trails, and much more. (This excerpt taken from the Woodlawn Museum website)
Penobscot Marine Museum brings Maine’s maritime history to life on a campus of beautiful historic buildings in the charming seacoast village of Searsport, Maine. Exhibits throughout the campus tell unique stories of ship captains and their families, the industries of Penobscot Bay, global maritime trade, and today’s fisheries. (This excerpt taken from the Penobscot Marine Museum website)
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