- TripBuzz found 104 things to do with kids in or near Rockland, Maine, including 83 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Camden, Belfast, Rockport and Castine.
- From Captain Jack Lobster Boat Adventure to Coastal Children's Museum, the Rockland area offers 76 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums, Parks and Lighthouses.
- A popular tourist destination is the city of Rockland, Maine. The city, home to the annual Maine Lobster Fest, draws visitors from around the country to sample some of the finest seafood in the world. It is a five day event celebrating the states main export. Other popular points of interest include the local museums, as well as the local shops and cafes.
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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.
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194 McKown Point Rd, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04575 MoreLess Info
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.
Damariscove Island is home to a historic, picturesque village and lighthouse. Visitors can dock boats in many places around the island for picnics on the beach or to explore island coves. There is also a walking trail with historical markers.
Porcupine Ridge Disc Golf is a linear 18-hole disc golf course for intermediate and pro players, located on 40 acres of land. The course features a mix of field and wooded play and includes many long drives.
The Viles Arboretum, formerly the Pine Tree State Arboretum, features a conifer collection, a lilac collection, a native plant garden, a rock garden, Urban & Community Forestry Collection containing 36 species of trees especially chosen for their ability to do well in an urban environment, along with many other…
Old Fort Western was built in 1754, and is the oldest surviving wooden fort in America. Visitors can also see the James Howard that was inhabited by 1770, and the general store stocked with supplies sold by Howard to other settlers.