- Our list of the best things to do in Stonington, Maine, features the top 146 nearby activities — including 91 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Stonington, ME has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Water Activities, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 10 things to do within the city of Stonington, ME , followed by 136 popular activities in nearby cities, including Rockland, Camden, Deer Isle, Southwest Harbor, Rockport, Castine, Mount Desert, Bar Harbor, Owls Head, Belfast, Blue Hill, Vinalhaven, Searsport, Trenton, Northeast Harbor, Lincolnville, Port Clyde, Bass Harbor and Rangeley
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89% 83 votes
Main Street, Stonington, ME MoreLess Info
Located on a scenic waterfront location, Stonington Village is a peaceful and intimate fishing village community. Visitors to the village commonly enjoy stopping in the art galleries, eating at the local restaurants, or relaxing on the harbor.
88% 504 votes
Sand Beach Road, Stonington, ME MoreLess Info
Acadia National Park's Sand Beach is a beach that features soft sand made up of tiny crushed shells. The beach features picnic areas and regularly maintained public bathrooms for visitors.
91% 45 votes
27 Seabreeze Avenue, Stonington, ME 04681 MoreLess Info
Isle au Haut Boat Services is a not-for-profit organization that provides not only passenger service, but also mail and freight service connecting the island to the mainland. They operate year-round.
100% 24 votes
1 Opera House Ln, Stonington, ME 04681 MoreLess Info
Opera House Arts is an independent theater that hosts a wide variety of entertainments. From first-run movies to community theater productions, from professional drama to musical performances, they offer a changing array of productions from season to season.
96% 27 votes
Stonington, ME MoreLess Info
Edgar M. Tennis Preserve features a variety of ocean-front and woodland trails. Hikers can bird watch, as the area is home to osprey and eagles, or simply take in the fruit trees and historic markers along the trail complex.
86% 71 votes
130 Settlement Road, Stonington, ME 4681 MoreLess Info
Are you hungering to see and experience firsthand 60 uninhabited islands and some are home to bald eagles? Then let Old Quarry Ocean Adventures guide the way to an inspirational adventure of the area.
100% 1 votes
51 Main St, PO Box 469, Stonington, ME 4681 MoreLess Info
Deer Isle Granite Museum was founded in 1996 to capture and preserve the history of Deer Isle's quarrying industry. The museum features a working model of a granite quarry with moving cars, trains, and boats.
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21 Weed Field Road, Stonington, ME MoreLess Info
Art by Katy is a collection of artwork by artist Katy Allgeyer. The artist does paintings with various themes, often with a Florida focus, as well as a series of art rugs.
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School, Stonington, ME 4681 MoreLess Info
Hosting a variety of activities at its facility, Island Community Center is a place where the locals congregate for arts and crafts, sports, and fundraisers. The center hosts a farmer's market where visitors can purchase organic foods from local farmers.
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68 Main, Stonington, ME 4681 MoreLess Info
Showcasing a mix of nationally recognized and local artists, G Watson Gallery displays paintings that capture the essence of Maine landscapes. Every Sunday, the gallery hosts live music from local jazz musicians.