- TripBuzz found 77 things to do with kids in or near Lewiston, Maine, including 70 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Brunswick, Freeport, Bath and Auburn.
- From Spare Time Recreation to Marsden Hartley Cultural Center / Lewiston Public Library, the Lewiston area offers 91 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Movie Theaters, Theaters and History Museums.
- Home of Bates College and other academic institutions, Lewiston offers an array of arts, culture and entertainment. This includes an art museum and theater where musical and other live performances can be enjoyed. Other attractions in the city include an historical railroad, bird sanctuary and several outdoor spaces such as a skate park.
75% 8 votes
Dinsmore Road, Jackson, NH 03846 MoreLess Info
Specializing in winter recreation with a quaint, Victorian flair, Nestlenoook Farm Victorian Recreation Park maintains a frozen pond in-season for ice skating. It also runs old-fashioned sleigh rides, and offers hot chocolate, toasted marshmallows, and other refreshments.
The Jackson Historical Society is based out of the old Jackson Town Hall, newly restored by the society. Historical displays and archives are available for public use. The Town Hall also features the Museum of 19th Century White Mountain Art.
60% 5 votes
2001 White Mountain Highway, Conway, NH 03818 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy a pirate adventure themed miniature golf experience with Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf. Their courses feature caves, footbridges, cascading waterfalls, and a variety of other uniquely crafted landscaping.
76% 68 votes
328 White Mountain Highway, Conway, NH 03818 MoreLess Info
Offering tours of the Saco River, the Saco Canoe Rental Company is a riverside rental company that offers day trips that range from 5 to 11 miles. The company also offers overnight canoe and camping trips.
100% 66 votes
Entrance to Boothbay Harbor, Boothbay Harbor, ME MoreLess Info
Built in 1821, the Burnt Island Light Station is a lighthouse that is on the National Register of Historic Places. The station is now home to a living history museum that is run by the State Department of Marine Resources.