Things to Do in Yarmouth, ME

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100% 11 votes
Art Gallery 15 Epps Street, Peaks Island, ME 04108 MoreLess Info
Located on Peaks Island, the Richard Boyd Art Gallery hosts a collection of fine art that represents a wide range of artistic styles. The majority of the gallery's collection represents Maine area artists.
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86% 43 votes
Specialty Museums 62-B Island Avenue, Peaks Island, ME MoreLess Info
Characterized by a tongue-in-cheek attitude and sense of humor, the Umbrella Cover Museum is 'dedicated to the appreciation of the mundane in everyday life.' It features a collection of 730 umbrella covers, the largest such collection in the world.
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79% 202 votes
Scenic Railroads 58 Fore Street, Portland, ME MoreLess Info
During the spring, summer, and fall, visitors can enjoy the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company. Train rides and night photo shoot events are offered along with a museum that is open throughout the year for train enthusiasts.
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84% 613 votes
Breweries 86 Newbury Street, Portland, ME MoreLess Info
Fred Forsley and brewer Alan Pugsley opened Shipyard Brewing Company in 1992 in its current location. The microbrewery, which began at Federal Jack's Restaurant and Brew Pub, is open for tours and tastings.
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100% 15 votes
Specialty Museums 45 Seashore Ave, Peaks Island, ME MoreLess Info
The 5th Maine Museum is named for the 5th Regiment Maine Volunteer Infantry, a company who fought in the Civil War. The museum features Civil War memorabilia as well as other exhibits of historical interest.
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89% 118 votes
Hiking Trails Portland, ME MoreLess Info
One of the oldest and still most popular trails in Portland is the Back Cove Trail. It loops around the cove itself and offers prominent views of the city skyline while visitors walk, run, bike, and even take their dogs walking.
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96% 1181 votes
Breweries 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.
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91% 1221 votes
Historic Sites Portland, ME MoreLess Info
Bordered by Commercial, Middle, Union, and Franklin cobblestone and brick streets with gas lampposts lies Old Port, a shopping area filled with art galleries, bookstores, and craft shops. The area was once filled with shipping warehouses, but now shoppers and diners fill the area.
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43% 51 votes
Family Fun Center 512 Warren Ave., Portland, ME 04103 MoreLess Info
With a three-storey funhouse for kids and parents, and a miniature maze and play area for toddlers, Joker's Family Fun & Games is an all-ages destination that also includes an indoor train and miniature ferris wheel.
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92% 158 votes
Other Tours P.O.Box 93, Peaks Island, ME 04108 MoreLess Info
Peaks Island Tours offers its clients touring trips of the Peaks Island, formerly known as the Coney Island of Maine. The island has 740 acres and a rich history, which includes being an important outpost in WWII.
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