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Goat Island Lighthouse
, Kennebunkport, ME 04046

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Emerson-Wilcox House
207 York Street , York, ME 03802

A wonderful example of Georgian architecture of the Piscataqua River region of Southern Maine. Furnished with the finest examples of 17th, 18th and early 19th century regional furniture from the collection of t... more >>

Fort Foster Park
Pocahontas Rd, Kittery, ME 03904

Gerrish Island was taken for a fortification by the federal government in 1872. It was closed after World War 2 and is now a town park. Abandoned fortifications are scattered about the marshy area. Great surfin... more >>

Fort McClary State Historic Site
RT 103~28 Oldsfields Road, S. Berwick, ME 03908

For more than 275 years, Fort McClary protected the entrance to the Piscataqua River at the gateway to Kittery, Maine. The fort was named after Major McClary who fought and died in the Revolutionay War at the B... more >>

Franklin House
159 Long Beach Avenue, York Beach, ME 03910

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Hamilton House
40 Vaughan's Lane, South Berwick, ME 03908

In 1785 Hamilton House was built on a spectacular site overlooking the Falls River. In 1898 Emily Tyson purchased the house and promptly set on a course to restore the house to its former glory. With the assis... more >>

Hartwell House
118 Shore Road, Ogunquit, ME 03907

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History Center of Kennebunkport
125-135 North Street ~PO Box 1173, Kennebunkport, ME 03802

Comprising five buildings with on-site free parking. The Pasco Center includes ongoing historic exhibit room and is home to the Kennebunkport Historical Society and research, archival and administrative center.... more >>

Jefford Tavern
207 York St., York, ME 03909

The Tavern is the site of the school programs, video orientation and special events of the Old York Historical Society. The Tavern was built in 1750 in Wells, Maine on the King's Highway, which was a stage and ... more >>

Kennebunkport Historical Society
North Street, Kennebunkport, ME 04046

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Kennebunkport Walking Tour
Nott House in the Heart of the Village, Kennebunkport, ME 04046

The guided tour of Historic Kennebunkport begins at the Nott House and is an hour long stroll through the architectural history of the town. Beautiful Colonial, Federal, Victorian and Greek Revival homes can be... more >>

Nott House
Main & Spring Sts., Kennebunkport, ME 04046

The Nott House is managed by the Kennebunkport Historical Society and is a beautiful 1863 Greek revival home just a short stroll from downtown. You will find the original furnishings, wallpaper and artifacts go... more >>

Old Berwick Historical Society
Route 4, S. Berwick, ME 03901

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Old Orchard Beach Historical Soc.
Portland Avenue, Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064

Historical memorabilia on the Old Orchard Beach area since the 17th Century. Portland Ave., Old Orchard Beach 207 934 9319. ... more >>

Old York Historical Society
York Village, York, ME 03909

Old York, where Maine's History begins. Explore seven historic museum building, see the old dungeons and cells in the Old Gaol (jail), listen to the tales of the Tavern Keeper at Jefferds' Tavern,discover the d... more >>

Portland Headlight & Museum
Captain Strout Cir, Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107

The District of Maine was a part of Massachusetts when the merchants of Portland first petitioned Boston for a lighthouse in 1786. Construction began a year later but was quickly stopped for lack of funds. Soon... more >>

Sarah Orne Jewett Home
79 Barrell Lane, York Harbor, ME 03911

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St. Anthony's Monastery & Shrine
Beach Street, Kennebunkport, ME 04046

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Vaughn Woods Historic Site
Old Field Road, South Berwick, ME 03908

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