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Best things to do in Portland

Art Museum
“A beautiful building wiht wonderful collections that change throughout the year. Check out their website for more information.”
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“The Observatory was built to watch for ships entering the the harbor. It still has a beautiful view of the harbor. Note: hours are limited. You must climb several flight of stairs to reach the views.”
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“Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine is located in the Arts District of downtown Portland, Maine and features 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.”
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History Museum
“The Victorian Mansion is a home in downtown Portland that reflects living in the Victoria period from furnishing to art and daily living. Very pretty and beautifully decorated during the Christmas season.”
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“Plenty of Maine history in Longfellow's original home. Downtown on Congress St. Nice gardens are maintained.”
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“Another reason to visit Thompson's point, the International Cryptozoology Museum, the only one of it's kind. Take a photo with Big Foot and explore this little museum.”
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“Must see lighthouse! Make sure to walk the path around the park (if you're facing the headlight, it runs along the cliff to the left) and drink in the sights and smells. ”
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“Old fashioned train and train museum that you can ride back and forth along the prom (great for kids!)”
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“It's really the only reason to go to Peak's Island unless you live there or are going to a wedding. Or having a wedding. I had my first one there, enough said. Anyway, there must be over 100 umbrella covers from all over the world (there's even an adults only room) AND you get serenaded by curator Nancy 3 Hoffman on accordion. What's not to love? It's not a secret spot though, it's been featured on The Weather Channel! OK, maybe it IS secret because who watches The Weather Channel anyway?”
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“Nice little museum featuring the nautical history of the South Portland community . ”
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“Restored Etz Chaim Synagogue, a turn-of-the-century immigrant era house of worship, transformed into the Maine Jewish Museum. The first floor gallery showcases rotating exhibits by contemporary Jewish artists from Maine. From the second floor, visitors enter the main sanctuary and can gain an understanding of religious practices and beliefs through objects and architecture. In the vestibule of the new elevator addition is the photo exhibit of holocaust survivors who settled in Maine, accompanied by excerpts of their oral testimonies. Historic exhibits on the third floor highlighting the contributions and accomplishments of Maine’s original Jewish immigrants.”
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