Maine Attractions, Museums, Historical Sites
Maine Attractions, ME Museums, ME Historical Sites
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MAINE ATTRACTIONS - MUSEUMS - HISTORIC SITES

Maine is nicknamed "Vacationland" for a reason. Whether you like big adventure, or just beautiful sightseeing, boating, golfing, biking, skiing, or just visiting lighthouses, antique shops, playhouses, museums and galleries. Maine is rich with attractions and amusements. You can see Maine’s beautiful coast, mountains and lakes by bike, a hike, kayak or boat, or by scenic plane, even on skis, snowshoes and snowmobile in the winter. Nature lovers will find Maine's got game with plentiful Moose Safaris, bird watching, fishing and sports hunting. Maine beer tours and wineries, museums like Portland Museum of Art, the Wyeth collection at the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland, and so much more.

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Maine has history that you wouldn't believe. At historic house museums, you can learn more about some of Maine's former residents, such as poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, author Sarah Orne Jewett, General Joshua L. Chamberlain, or Parson Jonathan Fischer, whose house museum in Blue Hill demonstrates his mastery of art, science and invention. You'll also find historical houses that are architectural or interior design gems: a magnificently ornamented Italianate-style mansion; a rural Federal house remarkable for its Palladian window and flying staircase; and a village Colonial home decorated with primitive wall murals.
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There are hundreds of historical sites... historic houses, one room school houses, railroads, covered bridges, etc. that don't qualify as museums but are of interest to many people. Few images are as evocative as a lighthouse standing sentry on a rocky shore, the guardian of mariners and passengers as they navigate the formidable currents, fierce storms, and shifting shoals of America's coastal and inland waterways. Since the establishment of the first lighthouse in America at Boston Harbor in 1716, lighthouses have played a critical role in providing safe passage for all maritime activities. Although their form and appearance vary according to region or the body of water they guard, the lighthouse remains one of the most recognizable images of the maritime world. Use this search to locate them. If an historical site or lighthouse in ME has a website it's here!

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