- Our list of the best things to do in Bangor, Maine, features the top 38 nearby activities — including 19 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bangor, ME has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Water Activities, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 28 things to do within the city of Bangor, ME , followed by 10 popular activities in nearby cities, including Ellsworth, Searsport and Orono
Visitors can enjoy 20 minute brewery tours followed by 15 minute tastings with Atlantic Brewing Company. The brewery also houses Mainly Meat BBQ which features 12 draft lines and 2 of the lines are sodas for those under 21.
Pirate's Cove offers three different miniature golf courses. The three courses each feature nine holes with waterfalls, and pirate themed landscapes and decor meant to challenge the entire family, or families can play all three courses for a longer experience.
100% 46 votes
17 Hardy's Hill Road, Deer Isle, ME 04627 MoreLess Info
Driftwood Kayak – Day Tours takes visitors on kayaking excursion adventures with personable expert guides in charge. Tours offer basic kayaking techniques, small island explorations and sighting of porpoises for hours of fun.
84% 100 votes
Pretty Marsh Road, Rt. 102, Mount Desert, ME 04660 MoreLess Info
Tour Acadia National Park with National Park Canoe and Kayak Rental. Located on Great Long Pond, the company leases both canoes and kayaks along with accessories such as paddles and life jackets.
The Gallery at Somes Sound is a furniture and art gallery that includes works by artists such as Ann Sklar, John Stobart, Gregory Spring, and Gilbert Welch. The gallery has multiple floors and is open 7 days a week.
100% 19 votes
62 Beech Hill Crossroad, Mount Desert, ME MoreLess Info
A museum dedicated to preserving the granite industry, the Maine Granite Industry Museum houses a collection of mining artifacts and exhibits. The museum showcases granite samples from the mines, photos, books, and the tools and equipment used in mining granite.
Housed in a former Masonic hall in the heart of Acadia National Park, Acadia Repertory Theatre is home to a summer stock theater company. Performing in a small, intimate space, they present a seasonal variety of dramatic productions.