People are spoiled for choice of things when visiting the beautiful American state of Maine, thanks to its iconic museums, art heritage, splendid gardens, and natural wonders. People visiting the state will enjoy hiking in Acadia National Park, heading to Portland Head Light, Portland Museum of Art, Mount Katahdin, Baxter State Park, and more.
When traveling to the East Coast of the US, skip overcrowded Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and explore these charming coastal towns in Maine instead.
The Bay of Fundy is full of adventures, many of which might be unbeknownst to newcomers, such as these.
The much soothe after Bar Harbor is not only about its upscale hotels, and packed attractions, but there is another side that is far from the crowds.
Dubbed the 'Gateway to Maine', scenic Kittery is a popular tourist town in the York County of Maine along the Atlantic Ocean.
Long rocky coasts are draped with forests and the waters are rich in resources such as Maine’s famous lobsters.
There's no denying that Maine is the perfect place for hikers, and these treks are showing them the most beautiful locations in the state.
Maine's Wiggly Bridge is the smallest suspension bridge in the world, and taking this stroll is sure to be ~jarring~.
The Bay of Fundy is special in a myriad of ways, from its ecosystem to its tides - add a few fossils, and it's an incredible spot to visit.
This island is quaint, remote, quiet, and one of the best-kept secrets in Maine and New England, as a whole.
Maine is known for its seaside views, and this hike isn't Acadia, but still offers some spectacular vantage points.
It turns out that the smallest island in Maine has plenty to offer, including breathtaking sunsets, a pristine beach, and that small-town feel.
While Acadia National Park might get all the attention when it comes to Maine's trails, these are just as scenic for hikers going off the beaten path.
There's more to Portland than just lobster rolls and sailing, although these are two things are on the list of things visitors should experience there
Portland doesn't necessarily conjure up an image of an abandoned 19th-century fort, but here's how you can visit one: Port Gorges.
A lobster boat tour might be exactly what you need to make your Maine vacation one to remember, and it's a glimpse into a historic industry.
Maine has more breweries to choose from than most, and devoted fans will be happy to know that they can be rewarded for each trail section.
If you enjoy water temperatures in the high 60s, oceanside piers, and secluded beaches, then Maine is the summer destination for you.
Maine's desert is in Freeport and while the surrounding area looks normal, the desert itself has overtaken homes and farmland.
When road tripping from the bustling city of Boston to the calmer, more serene shores (or mountains) of Portland, Maine, the sights are half the fun.
Horror fans know that Stephen King loves Maine - and if you get a chance to go, here's where you should visit.