- TripBuzz found 30 things to do with kids in or near Waterville, Maine, including 25 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Augusta, Skowhegan and Gardiner.
- From Railroad Square Cinema to Flagship Cinemas, the Waterville area offers 73 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, History Museums, Parks and Sports Teams (Amateur).
- Located by the Kennebec River, Waterville, Maine is a unique and historic city. Many local eateries, food from local farmers and craft artisans, the Maine International Film Festival, Taste of Greater Waterville, and more attractions are part of the Waterville culture. There is rich history to explore in the Redington Museum and structures throughout the downtown that are named on the National Register of Historical Places.
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.
Located on 85 acres, Thomas Point Beach & Campground offers an outdoor recreation area for family outings, camping, swimming, and more. The campground hosts yearly events like festivals, craft fairs, and private parties.
Built in 1824 and enhanced during its almost 2 centuries of existence, the Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum is dedicated to the hero of the Civil War which later became the Governor of Maine. It has collections depicting Chamberlain's life, family and career.
Harbor Theatre the is a single-screened movie theater that includes stereo surround sound, air conditioned, and concessions. The theater is known for providing real butter on the popcorn and for the 26' movie screen.
The Joshua L. Chamberlain museum is located in the restored home of the Gettysburg hero who also served as governor and university president after the war. Daily tours through the museum are conducted by the local historical society.
The Perry MacMillian Artic Museum and Art Studies Center is located within Hubbard Hall on the Bowdoin College Campus. The museum started after receiving 9,000 images and objects from the private collection of Donald B. MacMillian, an artic explorer starting in 1916.
Studio 48 Performing Arts Center offers instruction in dance, theater, singing and acting with open classes and private lessons. Their dance classes include ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop and contemporary as well as toddler classes.