- Our list of the best things to do in Portland, Maine, features the top 248 nearby activities — including 114 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Portland, ME has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 35 things to do within the city of Portland, ME , followed by 213 popular activities in nearby cities, including South Portland, Brunswick, Freeport, Kennebunkport, Saco, Scarborough, Kennebunk, Biddeford, Old Orchard Beach, Falmouth, Cape Elizabeth, Yarmouth, Peaks Island, Phippsburg, Topsham, Georgetown and Prouts Neck
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Portland Ice Arena Portland, ME MoreLess Info
More than 60,000 people visit the arena every season to skate on the same ice rink used for practice by the AHL’s Portland Pirates
98% 948 votes
170 Commercial St., Portland, ME 04101 MoreLess Info
Lucky Catch Cruises offers 1 1/2 hour lobster excursions in Casco Bay. Participants can help trap the lobsters, watch the scenery, buy the lobster that the ship caught, and have it cooked at the restaurant next to the dock.
96% 1181 votes
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.
94% 545 votes
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.
93% 991 votes
Tickets at Vervacious, Portland, ME 04104 MoreLess Info
Participants can stroll through the Old Port area and sample foods including Main lobster, artisan cheese, smoked seafood, preserves, chocolate truffles, original whoopie pies, and ales, while hearing a little about the industry from the restaurant owners on Maine Foodie Tours; Culinary Walking Tours. Each tour…
97% 457 votes
271 Park Ave, Portland, ME 04102 MoreLess Info
Hadlock Field has been nicknamed the Maine Monster, and it serves as the home field for the minor league baseball team named the Sea Dogs, which is an affiliate of the Red Sox. The current capacity of the stadium is just over 7,300.
96% 961 votes
Hadlock Field, Portland, ME MoreLess Info
The Portland Sea Dogs play at 7,368 seat Hadlock Field when playing at home. The team is the minor league team for the Boston Red Sox and play in the Eastern league.
95% 451 votes
Portland, ME 04101 MoreLess Info
Eastern Promenade features a walkway for hiking, biking or roller blading, and the area includes several historical sites in Fort Allen Park, including the mast of the USS Portland and an American Civil War monument. Swim at the beach, or visit the railroad museum.
95% 587 votes
Long Wharf, Portland, ME MoreLess Info
Offering a variety of boat and bus tours that focus on different views of the Portland area, Portland Discovery Tours offers both group charter tours and individual tours. Options include a historic Portland tour and a lighthouse cruise.
Portland Museum of ArtSPECIAL GROUPON DEAL: Up to 50% Off Museum Admission at Portland Museum of Art
7 Congress Square, Portland, ME 04101 MoreLess Info
Over 17,000 works of American and European art from the 1700s to the present are found at the Portland Museum of Art, including paintings, sculptures, prints, photographs, glass, ceramics, and furniture. The featured artwork includes works by Picasso, Renoir, and Monet.
93% 320 votes
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.