Day Trip Experiences
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Motor Coach Tour Bus step-on guides are available in southern Maine.
Start with a narrated tour of Portland's historic landmarks and local lighthouses. Portland dates back to 1632. Learn about the Portland Observatory, the only maritime observatory left standing on the east coast and other interesting landmarks. Visit Portland Head Light, Maine's oldest lighthouse and the most photographed lighthouse in America. Combine Portland and Kennebunkport for an extraordinary day.
The Wedding Cake House, one of many sea-captain era homes in Kennebunk, has several stories to tell. Neighboring Kennebunkport has great ocean views and the President George H.W. and Barbara Bush summer home. A quintessential New England village with local shops and great restaurants offering Maine's new shell lobster. Have a lobster roll with the freshest, sweetest and most tender lobster meat in the world.
Cape Neddick Lighthouse (aka Nubble Light) is located by the village of York. Explore the historic village, sand beaches and awesome ocean views. A great place for lunch within view of the lighthouse. Enjoy it all at Fox's Lobster outside on a picnic table or inside the restaurant. Save room for homemade Maine blueberry pie - the best in the state. Explore the easy to access rocky shore at this locations ocean edge.
Ogunquit's Perkins Cove is a favorite stop for a wide variety of interesting things to do. Visit the Ogunquit Museum of American Art. This small museum is excellent and has a knock-out ocean view with lovely gardens. See and walk across the world's only walking draw bridge. Meander along the paved cliff walk, with many park benches, for a pleasant stroll. Check out the local shops for great gifts and Maine memorabilia.