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The Highlands Maine

The Bangor Symphony - The oldest community orchestra in the United States providing continuous service. The orchestra's season runs from September through May. The Bangor Symphony offers Classical Concerts, Family Casual Concerts, The Nutcracker with the Robinson Ballet Co., a Pops Concert, the Maine High School Concerto Competition, and Special Events all season long.

Lakewood Theater - America's Oldest and Most Famous Summer Theatre Colony of Broadway and Hollywood Stars, Directors and Playwrights, Presenting the Best in Stage Plays since 1901. Five miles north of Skowhegan Maine.

Black Beards USA - A family fun park featuring mini golf, batting cages, go karts, games and much more.

Maine Discovery Museum - Filled with three floors of exciting interactive exhibits, and seven major exhibit areas, Maine Discovery Museum is the largest children's museum north of Boston.

Patten Lumbermen's Museum - Did you know that the forests of Northern Maine once supplied some of the best ship masts in the world and that Bangor was once the largest shipping port for lumber in the world? Come learn more about Maine Logging History.

Old Town Museum - The Museum brings together important aspects of Old Town's rich heritage with a particular focus on the strong role that the lumbering industry has played in local history. Both rotating and permanent exhibits are part of the many displays visitors experience.

Penobscot Nation Museum - Dedicated to preserving and sharing the rich cultural heritage of the Penobscot and Wabanaki people. Currently, the museum houses collections that span thousands of years of Maine Native American history.

Maine Quest Adventures - A locally owned Katahdin Region Outfitter. The Katahdin Region of Maine, includes Baxter State Park, Mt. Katahdin, also the the start of the Alagash and Penobscot Rivers. Vacationers enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and wildlife viewing in the summer, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice-fishing and cross country skiing in the winter.

Collins Center for the Arts - Host to a variety of performances, exhibitions and more.

Penobscot Theatre - America's Northeastern-most professional theatre company. Beyond the theatre's mainstage season, Penobscot Theatre's educational and outreach programming is the largest in the state. Performances held at the Bangor Opera House

Maynard F. Jordan Planetarium - Visit Maine's first planetarium and enjoy an unhindered view of the universe! The planetarium, on the second floor of Wingate Hall on the University of Maine campus, sports a 20-foot solid dome suspended over 45 seats and a Spitz 373 projector that produces 1000, stars, clusters, planets, and the Milky way. It transforms the darkened dome into a starry firmament.

Hudson Museum - Explore the galleries, where exhibits of traditional and contemporary cultures excite the imagination and open doors to greater understanding of indigenous peoples around the world.

Cole Land Transportation Museum - Displays over 200 vehicles that were used in the land transportation industry in Maine. Visit this exciting and child-friendly museum for a fun family outing.

Moosehead Marine Museum - Experience history! Step aboard The Katahdin for a leisurely cruise to enjoy the natural beauty and history of Moosehead Lake.

Page Farm & Home Museum - The Museum has become home for the state's most important collection of farm technologies and artifacts of rural culture. The Museum assures that future generations will be able to gain valuable and practical insights into Maine's rural past.

Maine Forest and Logging Museum - Come visit one of Maine's oldest historical sites! Step back in time to the 1790s, as the sawmill and logging village comes alive with volunteers in period dress, performing tasks typical of the season.

Historic Pittston Farm - You'll find the best of Maine and lots of down-home hospitality at historic Pittston Farm, nestled in the North Maine Woods where south and north branches of Penobscot River come together and wrap into beautiful Seboomook Lake. Snowmobiling, Horseback Riding, White Water Rafting, Hiking, Hunting Fishing...

Allagash Canoe Trips - Leave the noise and stress behind and refresh your spirit. Learn how to travel gracefully and efficiently, following canoe routes used by native for many years. Listen to the call of the loon, coyotes at night, and enjoy encounters with moose, deer, bald eagles and osprey.

Moose and Photo Tour - Safaris for those who want to see and photograph moose and wildlife up close in a safe and air-conditioned van.