- TripBuzz found 105 things to do with kids in or near Port Clyde, Maine, including 102 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boothbay Harbor, Rockland, Camden and Rockport.
- From Monhegan Boat Line to Owl's Head State Park, the Port Clyde area offers 67 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, Lighthouses, Boat Tours and History Museums.
Visitors can learn about the history of Castine at the Castine Historical Society by looking at maps, photographs, artifacts, essays, and books, particularly about the Penobscot Expedition, a Revolutionary War battle. The facility also hosts special exhibits on a regular basis.
Promoting theater and the arts in Castine and its surrounding area, Cold Comfort Theater features live dramatic performances throughout the year. Taught by a theater veteran, they also arrange and offer acting classes for youth.
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Church Street at US Route 1, Searsport, ME 04974 MoreLess Info
An open air and well-preserved maritime museum, the Penobscot Marine Museum is indubitably a must visit with its well-kept 13 buildings to explore. The museum itself is a treasure trove of relics and artifacts of a bygone era plus monthly exhibits and events to keep you entertained.
A hands-on educational, developmental, and agriculture based camp, Wolf's Neck Farm is a community centered establishment. Guests can visit fledgling lambs, try a farmer training program, or experience oceanfront camping.
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Freeport Historical Society, 45 Main Street, Freeport, ME 4032 MoreLess Info
Maintained and operated by the Freeport Historical Society, Pettengill Farm rests on 140 acres of land, and is surrounded by gardens, fields, and walking trails. The farm dates from the early nineteenth century, and is open for tours.
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426 Wolfes Neck Road, Freeport, ME 04032 MoreLess Info
The Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park has large groves of white pine and hemlock trees. Visitors can bird watch, especially for ospreys, go on nature walks, eat picnics, or take part in guided nature programs.
The land for Eagle Island State Park was given to the state of Maine by the family of North Pole explorer Robert E. Perry. After accessing the island by boat or kayak, visitors can hike trails, beachcomb, and seal watch while on the island that is now a bird sanctuary.