- TripBuzz found 193 things to do with kids in or near Yarmouth, Maine, including 189 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Portland, South Portland, Brunswick and Scarborough.
- From Yarmouth Historical Society to Yarmouth Little League, the Yarmouth area offers 89 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Neighborhoods and Sports Teams (Amateur).
- A short distance from Portland, Yarmouth has a long-standing tradition of a clam festival in July. The city is equipped with an historic downtown community featuring eclectic shops, cafes and restaurants. And resting on the Royal River, outdoor activities like boating, fishing and kayaking are also popular in this small, rural town.
Odyssey Whale Watching takes guests out onto the open waters of Casco Bay to embark on one of their unique tours. The company, known for their whale watching excursions, also offers deep sea fishing tours and private boat charters.
Offering a variety of boat and bus tours that focus on different views of the Portland area, Portland Discovery Tours offers both group charter tours and individual tours. Options include a historic Portland tour and a lighthouse cruise.
Visitors who are interested in whale-watching may enjoy what The Odyssey has to offer. Visitors of the site will not only be able to spot a variety of animals, including whales, sharks, and seals, but will also learn about the history of the area.
Nickelodeon Cinemas is a movie theater offering viewings of recent movie releases. The theater has an old fashioned design with auditoriums of varying sizes. Nickelodeon Cinemas also maintains a standard concession stand.
As the oldest house in the region, Longfellow House & Garden is a National Historic Landmark that displays the artifacts of a 19th century New England family. The house is open to group and self-guided tours.
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Located in the historic Cushing's Point House at Bug Light Park is the South Portland Historical Society Museum. The museum features different exhibits each season and its nine-acre park overlooking Portland Harbor is home to the Portland Breakwater Lighthouse.
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1 Spring Point Dr, South Portland, ME 04106 MoreLess Info
No Slack! Sportfishing Charters has inland private fishing charters for striped bass and bluefish, and fishing trips to Casco Bay for mackerel. The company also offers escorted sightseeing trips to lighthouses, Ft. Gorges, as well as wildlife and nature tours.
Known locally as the bug light, the Portland Breakwater Light was built in 1875, and equipped with a fourth-order Fresnel lens, although the light has been removed. Inspiration for the light was taken from the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates in Athens, Greece.