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Located on Thompson's Point just outside of downtown Portland, the Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine features a wide variety of interactive exhibits and activities for children and families.
As Northern New England’s largest water and amusement park, Funtown Splashtown USA attracts families from around the region. The park is home to the Excalibur wooden roller coaster and Dragon’s Descent Turbo Drop; the largest and tallest rides in Northern New England. Also at the park are Thunder Falls Log Flume, Pirates Paradise, the Mammoth and Tornado water slides, and the Mount Olympus water slides; the tallest and largest water attractions of their kind in Maine. For the less daring, there is the Thunderbolt, Wild Mouse Coaster, Bumper Cars, Grand Prix Racers and the ever-popular Astrosphere, just to name a few. Now with nearly 50 rides, slides and pools, you will create memories that will last a lifetime.
Visit Old Orchard Beach Maine, Maine's Premier Family Beach Resort. Everything you need to know to plan your best vacation, activities and events.
Visit Maine's oldest lighthouse, The Portland Head Light. Situated on the spectacular shores of Fort Williams Park, Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
The Portland Museum of Art strives to enrich the lives of people through acquisition, preservation, and interpretation of the visual arts and the museum's architecturally significant buildings.
The Portland Symphony Orchestra (PSO) is the largest performing arts organization in Maine. With critically acclaimed performances and broad community engagement, the PSO is widely regarded as one of the top symphony orchestras of its size in the country.
The Wadsworth-Longfellow House is a historic house and museum in Portland, Maine. Located at 489 Congress Street it's operated by the Maine Historical Society. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1962, and administratively added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966. The house is open daily to public from May through October (half days on Sundays).