- The list below includes 100 free or cheap things to do in or near Boothbay Harbor, Maine, including 81 different types of inexpensive activities like Islands, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Aquariums and Movie Theaters.
- From Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library to Barrett Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Boothbay Harbor and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Brunswick, Bath, Freeport and Boothbay.
A central water tank with 850 gallons of water filed with sharks and skates, a touch tank with different species of invertebrates, and many other things to see and to do await the entire family at the Maine State Aquarium.
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72 Oak St., Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538 MoreLess Info
Housed near Fullerton Park, Boothbay Region Historical Society Museum contains interesting artifacts and photographs from early residents of the community. A diverse collection, exhibits and displays include lighthouse, map and nautical memorabilia.
Harbor Theatre the is a single-screened movie theater that includes stereo surround sound, air conditioned, and concessions. The theater is known for providing real butter on the popcorn and for the 26' movie screen.
Open on Thursdays from 9 to noon, the Boothbay Farmers' Market features the wares of Maine farmers, fishermen, and artisans. Items on offer include wine, cheese, syrup, seafood, produce, milk, jewelry, and many others.
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Barters Island Road, Boothbay, ME 4537 MoreLess Info
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens are waterfront gardens featuring a number of attractions including waterfalls, a visitor center and other specialty gardens in addition to multiple artworks installed within the premises.
Visitors to Boothbay Railway Village can experience a bygone era that includes vintage automobiles, 19th century buildings and the steam locomotive exhibit that can be ridden through the village. The antique vehicles include cars over 100 years old.
The Boothbay Railway Museum is ringed by a train track, and visitors can ride a model train to various museum locations. Displays include antique cars, toys, a replica of a classic fire house, and antique farming equipment.