Things to Do in Falmouth, ME

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93% 320 votes
Observation Decks 138 Congress St., Portland, ME 04101 MoreLess Info
The original purpose of the 1800s Portland Observatory was to monitor ships. The site currently houses a museum that concentrates on the history of the tower and allows visitors to get a bird's eye view of both Portland and the harbor.
3.3 Miles
79% 202 votes
Scenic Railroads 58 Fore Street, Portland, ME MoreLess Info
During the spring, summer, and fall, visitors can enjoy the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company. Train rides and night photo shoot events are offered along with a museum that is open throughout the year for train enthusiasts.
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84% 613 votes
Breweries 86 Newbury Street, Portland, ME MoreLess Info
Fred Forsley and brewer Alan Pugsley opened Shipyard Brewing Company in 1992 in its current location. The microbrewery, which began at Federal Jack's Restaurant and Brew Pub, is open for tours and tastings.
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91% 1221 votes
Historic Sites Portland, ME MoreLess Info
Bordered by Commercial, Middle, Union, and Franklin cobblestone and brick streets with gas lampposts lies Old Port, a shopping area filled with art galleries, bookstores, and craft shops. The area was once filled with shipping warehouses, but now shoppers and diners fill the area.
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89% 118 votes
Hiking Trails Portland, ME MoreLess Info
One of the oldest and still most popular trails in Portland is the Back Cove Trail. It loops around the cove itself and offers prominent views of the city skyline while visitors walk, run, bike, and even take their dogs walking.
3.6 Miles
97% 102 votes
Theaters Portland, ME MoreLess Info
With 1,900 seats, the Merrill Auditorium serves as a major venue in the Portland area. Popular shows for families as well as elegant adult entertainment like opera are featured on a regular basis.
3.7 Miles
96% 1181 votes
Breweries 50 Industrial Way, Portland, ME MoreLess Info
Allagash Brewery offers 30-minute tours of the brewery, in addition to a 20-minute tasting. The brewery, started by Rob Tod, is most famous for producing a white Belgian style beer.
3.7 Miles
94% 545 votes
Walking Tours Bell Buoy Park - 72 Commercial St., Portland, ME MoreLess Info
On Wicked Walking Tours, participants are led by professional actors who tell a story as they stroll along about Portland's history and ghost who live there. Participants need to be able to walk a half-mile.
3.7 Miles
81% 72 votes
Bowling 58 Alder Street, Portland, ME 04101 MoreLess Info
More than your typical bowling center, Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine features a variety of entertainment choices for your date night or family night out. In addition to the games, guests can enjoy fine food and live entertainment.
3.7 Miles
93% 166 votes
Duck Tours 94 Commercial Street, Portland, ME 04101 MoreLess Info
With DownEast Duck Tours, visitors can explore the city by land and water with a hybrid car and boat vehicle. During the tour, visitors will pass by historical sites like lighthouses while listening to narration from the driver.
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