- TripBuzz found 88 things to do with kids in or near Southwest Harbor, Maine, including 75 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bar Harbor, Mount Desert, Ellsworth and Castine.
- From Vagabond Deep Sea Fishing to Mansell Boat Rental, the Southwest Harbor area offers 61 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Sailing, Specialty Museums and Gardens.
- Located on Maine's Mount Desert Island is the small town of Southwest Harbor. Home to a modest population of just over 1,700, the area is known as a quiet jewel favored by travelers looking to relax and enjoy waterfront recreation. The city offers exceptional fresh seafood, ferry rides to Great Cranberry Island and hosts an annual Flamingo Day Parade.
Dedicated to collecting and preserving artifacts pertaining to aviation history, the Maine Aviation Historical Society maintains and runs the Maine Air Museum. The museum is open seasonally, and features artifacts pertaining to everything from balloon flight to space travel.
A ten-screen movie theater, Bangor Mall Cinemas 10 displays first-run feature films using digital surround sound and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, birthday party hosting and a concession area with food and drinks.
Dedicating the preserving the region's aviation history, Maine Air Museum features exhibits with aviation memorabilia and artifacts. The museum depicts the history of plane crashes in the region and the story of the White Bird disappearance.
Located along Essex Woods, Bangor Dog Park features fenced grassy areas for canine recreation and exercise. The park provides a double-gated entrance, benches, access to water and a separate area for smaller dogs.
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The Sports Arena is an amusement complex that features a wide variety of games and entertainments. There are bowling lanes, pool tables, minigolf, and arcade games, as well as a sports bar with over 50 sports channels.
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A heath heaven is how best to describe the Orono Bog Boardwalk. It is a whole new world that offers a glimpse of the bog habitat and the myriads and varying plant species within.