- Our list of the best things to do in Bridgton, Maine, features the top 79 nearby activities — including 35 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bridgton, ME has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 10 things to do within the city of Bridgton, ME , followed by 69 popular activities in nearby cities, including North Conway, Conway, Jackson, Auburn, Lewiston, Bethel and Bartlett
A specialty shop offering jewellery, clothing, collectibles, and antiques, The Chalet Antiques Barn & Museum also houses the Alaskan museum, offering artifacts including a prehistoric Mastodon tooth for sale and viewing. Accommodations are available in the guest apartment.
Specialty treats have been offered at Kellerhaus since 1906. Visitors can purchase gourmet chocolates, ice cream, jellies, jams, nuts, candy, and maple products in addition to gift basket compilations of the items sold at the shop.
Funspot is a family entertainment center that features a large arcade with over 600 games, including 300 classic arcade games. The entertainment center also features 20 bowling lanes, mini-golf, bingo, a tavern, and a restaurant.
61% 61 votes
171 Capitol Street, Suite 2, Augusta, ME 04330 MoreLess Info
At the Children's Discovery Museum, children can pretend they work in a restaurant, grocery store, construction, or bank. Children can also put on a puppet show, touch the marine life in the touch-tank, make music, create art, and climb into a tree house.
Founded in 2004, the non-profit Winnipesaukee Playhouse is an intimate venue for live action stage shows, including musicals. While many are professionally produced, the playhouse also presents community and youth shows. Guests can also enjoy light dining before show time.
Since 1974, Pepi Herrmann has been hand-cutting glass, now displayed at the Pepi Herrmann Crystal Gallery & Museum. The museum features an array of beautiful, hand-cut crystal items including vases, glassware, ornaments, jewelry and a Cinderella glass slipper.
96% 293 votes
23 Science Center Road, Holderness, NH 3245 MoreLess Info
The Squam Lake Natural Science Center is an interactive attraction focused on education and preservation of New Hampshire Wildlife. Rescued animal exhibits include bears, bald eagles and river otters. Walking trails explore the Kirkwood Gardens and three local ecosystems.
Charles Bulfinch, who also designed the U.S. Capitol, designed the Maine State House that opened in January 1832. Today, visitors can tour the state house and see historical portraits, a rotating display of modern artist, and special activities in the Hall of Flags.