Peculiar Places and Thrilling Tales from the Pine Tree State
Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village
Meet the last two living Shakers in the last active Shaker community in the world
Kenneth E. Stoddard Shell Museum
Next to a mini golf course, you’ll find a covered bridge that holds a seashell museum built to honor a father
A Fatal Afternoon Hike
On a September afternoon in 1855, a 23 year-old Kennebunk woman took an ill-advised hike to the top of Mount Washington.
The Germans of Waldoboro
In the mid 1700’s, Germans were lured to Maine to settle Waldoboro and faced hardship, attacks, eviction, and even fought for the English in Cape Breton
Get Out There!
Not just the tourist spots. But the out-of-the-way, wacky, “did you see that?” kinds of places that most people don’t bother with. Whether you’re just here for a weekend or you’ve lived here for a long time, Maine offers some pretty unique sights. And some of them have crazy tales to tell. So put on your Bean boots, grab a Moxie and get out there.