- Our list of the best things to do in Kittery, Maine, features the top 204 nearby activities — including 103 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Kittery, ME has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
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Yummies Candy & Nuts offer a variety of candies for kids and adults. They also have souvenirs and other items at affordable rates in the store. Their customers have felt like they were kids again after visiting the store.
Located in a historic building built in 1864, The Red Door Pottery Studio is a pottery workshop and gallery open to the public. The studio also offers a collection of local jewelry, prints, and pottery available for purchase.
The Moira Walsh Gallery is a contemporary art gallery featuring works from a number of local and national artists. The gallery is host to many exhibitions throughout the year, displaying a wide variety of artwork.
Just US Chickens is a cute gallery shop offering handmade functional and decorative arts and crafts for sale by local cooperative artists. All mediums are represented including photography, ceramics, glass, jewelry, and clothing.
A charter fishing service, Seafari Charters & Marine Services leads deep sea fishing expeditions in the Portsmouth area for anywhere between one and twenty guests. The service also offers scuba diving trips.
The Kittery Historical and Naval Museum features the history of Maine's oldest town, settled in 1623. There is a large collection of maritime documents, artifacts and antique ship models on display, plus rare archeological finds.
Prescott Park is a ten-acre park containing over 500 flower varieties on the Piscataqua River. In addition to trails to view the flowers, the park contains four historic buildings, and is often the home of juried art shows and performance art performances.