- Our list of the best things to do in Ogunquit, Maine, features the top 205 nearby activities — including 103 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Ogunquit, 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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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.
Renamed and repaired in 1791, Fort Constitution was used during the war of 1812, and to train military units during the Civil War. The Fort Constitution Historic Site now provides a glimpse of that past through walking trails, the fort, and a lighthouse on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean.
Seacoast Repository Theater has youth camps and classes focused on involving youth in performing arts. They also offer senior opportunities for older adults to perform, along with professionally produced musicals and plays.
Founded in 1950, Joyce Dance Studio of Performing Arts is a performing arts studio dedicated to teaching their students positive self-esteem, respect for oneself and others, and the abilities necessary to succeed in their chosen area of dance.
Portsmouth Harbor Cruises has a 2 1/2 hour sunset cruise, a 1 1/4 hour Portsmouth Harbor cruise, and a 2 1/2 hour Isles of Shoals cruise. Additionally, when fall leaves are at their best, the company offers an Inland River and Fall Foliage cruise that is 2 1/2 hours long.
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.
With the help of the Gundalow Company, guests can sail on a traditional reproduction of a flat-bottom gundalow barge that was once so prevalent in the local waterways. Cruises run during three separate times during the day from Memorial Day through Columbus Day.
Housed in a 19th-century brick building, The Players' Ring is a theater dedicated to presenting original works and to maintaining a space for local and regional theater companies. They offer a seasonally-changing array of performances.