Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"Woodlawn sits on the crest of a hill overlooking the city of Ellsworth and surrounded by majestic pine, spruce, and hemlock trees. Visitors may tour the museum and see an original family collection and learn about the Col. John Black family."
(This excerpt taken from Woodlawn Museum website)
"ACADIA IS NO ORDINARY PLACE, SO WHY SETTLE FOR AN ORDINARY AIRPLANE RIDE? SCENIC BIPLANE & GLIDER RIDES offers you a choice of two unique aviation experiences sure to please everyone. Whether you choose the romance and adventure of our two passenger Open Cockpit BIPLANE -or- the shear exhilaration of silent, effortless flight in our two passenger GLIDER, you are sure to transform an ordinary day into an Experience of a Lifetime."
(This excerpt taken from Scenic Biplane & Glider Rides website)
"As Bar Harbor's premier microbrewery we hope to allow visitors to Maine to experience as a memorable Bar Harbor activity their first intimate view of the brewery process. Maine has a fine heritage of microbreweries of various styles and Bar Harbor is not without its share."
(This excerpt taken from The Atlantic Brewing Company website)
"Established in 2003, Bar Harbor Cellars has a multi-year commitment to produce local wines. Our wines are produced from a variety of grapes grown in small co-ops throughout Europe and North America."
(This excerpt taken from Bar Harbor Cellars website)
"A big gray barn on a country road in Maine houses an unusual display of communications technology. At The Telephone Museum, the history of the telephone network from Alexander Graham Bell's patent in 1876, through the era of switchboard operators and early dial telephones, to the more complex electro-mechanical switching systems that preceeded digital technology, is represented in hands-on exhibits intended to show the ingenuity and craftsmanship of thousands of telephone workers, innovators and entrepreneurs over more than 100 years."
(This excerpt taken from The Telephone Museum website)
"A TRUE LANDMARK IN BAR HARBOR! Enter the world of 18th century pirates-- carousing buccaneers, an authentic, full-scale pirate ship, cascading waterfalls and lavish landscaping. Putt your way through mountain caves, over footbridges and under magical waterfalls!"
(This excerpt taken from Pirates Cove Bar Harbor website)
"Frenchman Bay Conservancy is a nationally accredited nonprofit land conservation organization. Now in our 32nd year of operation, we have protected over 8,000 acres through conservation easements or FBC-owned preserves in 12 towns and townships in Maine. Our conserved lands protect a broad variety of ecosystems and traditional land uses, including forest, wetlands, coastline, mountains, an organic farm, a working woodlot, blueberry fields, and waterfront along a wild and scenic river. Frenchman Bay Conservancy maintains more than 28 miles of year-round public access hiking trails for nature observation, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and hunting. We protect access for the public to enjoy scenic vistas, sandy beaches, rocky coastlines and mudflats for recreation and commercial access including clam and worm harvesting."
(This excerpt taken from Frenchman Bay Conservancy website)
"Eagle Lake is situated primarily within 23,000 acres of Maine Public Reserved Land near the Town of Eagle Lake, in Maine’s Aroostook County. One of the most remote bodies of water in the Fish River chain, Eagle Lake covers 5,581 acres with a maximum water depth of 136 feet. The lake is noted primarily for its outstanding brook trout, lake trout and landlocked salmon angling and is one of few Maine lakes that offers hook and line rainbow smelt angling, year-round, in freshwater."
(This excerpt taken from Eagle Lake Recreation Area website)
"The Jordan Pond House landscape is a 42-acre site situated on the southern end of Jordan Pond, an inland lake bound by Penobscot Mountain, Pemetic Mountain, and two rounded mountains called The Bubbles. The landscape is part of Acadia National Park on the eastern coast of Maine. The Jordan Pond House site has been a scenic, recreational, and dining destination since the early nineteenth century. The current Jordan Pond House, which dates to 1982, is a replacement of the original 1847 house. The landscape is significant in areas of conservation, entertainment and recreation, and landscape architecture."
(This excerpt taken from Jordan Pond House Landscape website)
"People have been drawn to the rugged coast of Maine throughout history. Awed by its beauty and diversity, early 20th-century visionaries donated the land that became Acadia National Park. The park is home to many plants and animals, and the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Today visitors come to Acadia to hike granite peaks, bike historic carriage roads, or relax and enjoy the scenery."
(This excerpt taken from Acadia National Park website)