At 1,435 seats, the Collins Center for the Arts is the largest cultural venue in eastern, central and northern Maine. The center annually presents a wide variety of high-caliber performances, including Broadway tours, nationally-known comedians, legendary musicians and singers, renowned dancers, family shows, live theatre, chamber music and much more.
Offering you first class hospitality with fresh & local catering, Maine’s newest and largest full service convention center & arena is centrally located with onsite parking and has easy access to I-95, the downtown district, and the Penobscot riverfront. Our facility offers flexible capacities of meeting and event space.
Emera Astronomy Center houses the largest planetarium in Maine! The center has a multi-purpose room, a gift shop, and an observatory. We present programs on astronomy and numerous other sciences for all ages. Take a trip through the solar system, explore the human body, or dive under the sea in our unique educational experiences for all ages!
The Fort Knox State historic site features one of America’s best-preserved examples of seacoast fortifications constructed in the 1800s. The Penobscot Narrows Observatory, the tallest bridge observatory open to the public in the world, boasts breathtaking views of the Penobscot Bay area. Visitors to the observatory ride an elevator up 420′ feet on Maine’s fastest elevator for incredible views.
Beautiful Blackman Stream is at the center of the 1790’s style re-created village known as Leonard’s Mills, with a water-powered sawmill, covered bridge and a spring alewife run! “Modern technology” too–working steam Lombard loghauler and lots of other old machinery. Check the website for events and hours.
P.O. Box 129
Canada Mailing Address:
459 Route 774
Welshpool, New Brunswick
04652 / E5E 1A4
Beloved summer home of Franklin Roosevelt. 34-room cottage and visitor center within 2800-acre nature park. New Adventure Centre is a gateway to the park’s Carriage roads, hiking trails, seascape observation decks, etc. On-site restaurant. “Tea with Eleanor”—limited seating, reserve online. Open daily 9-5 EDT, May 23-October 17. Free Admission.
Scenic Flights of Acadia is happy to announce that we will be opening for the season on Saturday, June 27. We have taken this extra time to put safety protocols in place to ensure our guests and employees stay well. We will be flying 7 days per week from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, weather permitting. This year reservations are requested (online at scenicflightsofacadia.com or call 207-667-6527) and there is a two-person minimum as we are avoiding combining parties on the plane. We are requiring masks to be worn by all and we are disinfecting everything after each flight. This is a great time for our local friends to see what the area looks like from above. We are on Route 3 at the airport in Trenton, in the ‘little red booth’ for our 16th season!
Walk on tours of Bangor by SK Tours.
Your customers can enjoy a one or two-hour tour of Bangor, Maine courtesy of local tour guides from SK Tours of Maine, LLC. Specializing in tours of Bangor for over a decade, we offer a unique walk-on tour based on local history, landmarks, and of course, Stephen King’s Bangor and Derry Maine made popular in numerous books and movies.
All tours are conducted by members of the Tinker family, who have been featured on A&E Biography, City Confidential, People Magazine, and in numerous US and international documentaries, most recently Hulu’s The Search for Castle Rock. Fun for Stephen King fans, history buffs, and the casual traveler, our tours are sure to add value to your current tour packages coming through the local area.
To learn more, contact SK Tours of Maine, LLC at email@example.com, or call us at (207) 947-7193.
Located alongside the Penobscot River in Bangor’s Historic Downtown District, the Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion is an open air amphitheater that annually plays host to big name performers from across the globe. Artists include: Willie Nelson, Dave Matthews Band, Kenny Chesney, Journey, Arcade Fire and more.