Oceanarium and Lobster Hatchery - Take a guided tour of this working lobster hatchery and experience marine life up-close. Experience seeing the mother and baby lobsters and learn the hatchery process. Guided tours of a salt marsh and the Maine Lobster Museum are also offered.
Portland Museum of Art The Portland Museum of Art is home to three centuries of American and European fine art. The museum is the sole owner of the finest collection of Homer watercolors on Earth and displays them during the summer.
Portland Observatory - Dating back to 1807 the Portland Observatory houses in a wood tower that now features a renovated observation deck. The deck offers scenic views of the city, seashore and the islands. Bring a camera; there are no telescopes to be found here, for breathtaking panoramic photos.
Long Beach - Visitors to Long Beach will enjoy 2180 yards of rolling white sand beaches. The beach attracts locals and tourists and is the perfect setting for beach time activities. The area offers exceptional swimming, surfing, volleyball and strolling.
Wells Beach - Enjoy one of the seven sections of public beach found along the 4000-yard-long Wells Beach which features sand dunes and sea grasses. The Webhannet River separates the beach from the mainland. Nearby marshes attract wildlife of varying species and types.
Ogunquit Beach - The Ogunquit River, creating a beach heaven for visitors in the area, separates Ogunquit Beach from the mainland. The beach is 1620 yards of sugar white sand and warm tides. The northern end of the beach area is called Foot Bridge Beach because visitors must walk over a quaint footbridge to access it. The main section of beach faces the beautiful Atlantic Ocean.
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