The primary tourist destination neighborhood of Portland. Home to many of the best restaurants, bars, and shops on the Peninsula. Extends along Commercial Street across much of Portland's waterfront, and several blocks up the hill from the water. It's a very safe area at any time of day or night.
This is one of the busiest areas in the center of Portland. There are lots of places to eat and cute shops in this area. Most tourists go by this area on their visit! Troy lived on Exchange Street right in the middle of the Old Port for a year and we loved the easy access to everything.
The historical Old Port located in Down Town Portland is a wonderful place to visit and explore
“This Portland landmark is the only floating restaurant in the Greater Portland Area, built on an old car ferry permanently docked in their marina at the very middle of the Old Port waterfront.”
“Andy Warhol, Claude Monet and Winslow Homer are among the icons showcased within the Portland Museum of Art. Along with some of the greats, the museum features an extensive collection of American, European and contemporary works, as well as pieces from Maine artists. Paintings abound, but you'll also find photographs, sketches, pottery, furniture, ornate silverware, sculptures and so much more. ”
“If your looking for a great lobster experience on the water ?Beaches and all nearby too !”
“1/2 mile walk from house. Access trail on left , just past Two Lights Terrace. ”
“A wide variety of interactive exhibits and activities for children and families. Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine exists to inspire discovery and imagination through exploration and play. ”
Pond Cove, ME 04101
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