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Things To Do

Explore the Coast of Maine by sea and by land. Here are some of our favorite ways to appreciate our special corner of the rocky coast.

Maine: Worth a Visit, Worth a Lifetime!
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Hardy Boat Cruises

Daily charter trips departing right from New Harbor range from exploring iconic Monhegan to puffin and  seal watches.  Enjoy Midcoast Maine from the water with Hardy Boat Cruises.

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Pemaquid Point Lighthouse

Soak up the stunning view at Pemaquid Point Lighthouse. Climb on the rocks, get a tour of the lighthouse tower, and browse local history at the Fishermen's Museum and Art Gallery.  
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Rachel Carson Salt Pond Preserve

Visit at low tide to see the large tidepool that the inspired Carson's book 'The Edge of the Sea' and enjoy a 1 mile walk through the Maine woods across the road.


After a day of touring the area, you may not feel like cooking, but you don't have to go far to find great food.

Try local seafood and delicious New England cooking right in town!
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The Cupboard Cafe

Renowned for their mouth-watering cinnamon rolls and pecan-topped sticky buns, the Cupboard is the perfect destination for a hearty New England brunch. 
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The Harbor Room

The Harbor Room offers classic seafood dishes and a cozy dining environment or take out. In the summer there is live music on the spacious deck with outdoor seating. A favorite dish is their lobster mac and cheese!
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Shaw's Fish & Lobster Wharf Restaurant

Experience quintessential Maine eating: lobster dinner with views of the harbor and lobster boats unloading their catch. You can't get seafood any fresher than that!