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
Katahdin Iron Works
A small town grew around the production of pig iron in the middle of the 100 Mile Wilderness
Old German Meeting House & Cemetery
This 18th Century Lutheran church was the center of the immigrant German community in Waldoboro.
Thomas Hill Standpipe
A 1.75 million gallon Bangor water tower that inspired Stephen King’s “It”
Stained glass windows, murals, and ornamental plaster highlight a very unique town hall.
Timber Point/Ewing House
A former summer estate on a rocky peninsula that became part of the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge
Powderhouse Hill Ski Area
$5 cash gets you pulled up the smallest ski area in Maine by an old truck engine
A former Army fortification at the tip of Phippsburg protected the mouth of the Kennebec during both World Wars
The shell of a lumber baron’s coastal mansion overlooks Fort Williams Park and Portland Head Light
Vaughan Woods & Historic Homestead
A lovely 200 acre property with a trail network surround the well-preserved 18th century home of one of the founding fathers of Hallowell.
Squirrel Point Light
This small lighthouse was part of a late 19th century navigation system created to safely guide ships along the tricky Kennebec River
The Public Theatre
Voted Maine’s best theatre, this Lewiston venue puts on plays in a former B-movie theatre that was Stephen King’s favorite Saturday spot
The Tarratine Club
A restaurant and event space that was home to Bangor’s elite “millionaire’s club” for over 100 years
Hamlin Memorial Library and Museum
The former 1822 Oxford County jail was converted and reopened as the village public library in 1902
An early 20th century Norwegian stone hut built for family picnics provides panoramic views of Penobscot Bay.