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This wildlife park has 200 acres of animals some are black bear, moose, lynx, wild turkeys, bald eagles, owls and more.
Next to the only active and functioning Shaker community in the world, explore this sacred place of work and worship to learn about the "truths" of the Shakerism.
This "living museum" is a natural attraction. The 35 acre stretch is an actual desert containing most of the elements of its Asiatic counterparts.
This desert is a naturally occurring phenomenon and has been featured in Ripley's Believe It Or Not! The Desert of Maine offers narrated tours, nature trails, a museum, a gift...
Enjoy a guided tour of the stars that you will never forget. See the Moon, planets, galaxies, nebulas, star clusters, and supernovas through a 12" telescope... Then digitally...
In 1893, the State of Maine Building was constructed in Chicago for the World's Columbian Exposition. When the expo ended, the octagonal structure made of granite and wood with...
Exhibits of local and maritime history.
Harrington House serves as the home of the Freeport Historical Society and features Exhibits, Educational Programs, Historical Walking Tours, Perennial Gardens, Archives and a...
Features two historiic properties, the Harrington House that contains a museum, archives and museum store and Pettengill Farm an early 19th century salt water farm on 120 acres.
This year-round working organic beef farm right on the Atlantic Ocean is supported by the University of Southern Maine. The highlight of the farm is calving season each March and...
Articles and records of interest on James Phinney Baxter, former mayor of Portland.
Collections of fine and decorative arts from the 18th century until present.
Located in the 1775 home of Captain George Tate and his family features period furnishihgs, unique architectural details, gardens and grounds.