Theater At Monmouth - The Shakespearean Theater of Maine produces professional productions of the classics, each spring summer and fall in historic Cumston Hall, a century-old Victorian Opera House which is on the National Register of Historic Buildings.
Symphony Orchestra Augusta - Dedicated to enriching the arts scene of the community by delivering the music of talented local musicians to the public. Presents concerts in the area.
Waterville Opera House - An Opera House built on top of a City Hall. The municipally-owned 925-seat Waterville Opera House is the largest and most active facility of its kind in central Maine. Over the years the Waterville Opera House has hosted the finest touring performances available.
Children's Discovery Museum - Children can enjoy a hands-on experience that they will remember forever. Aside from interesting exhibits, there are fascinating family programs such as Family Game Night, Super Sleuth, Design a Flower Garden, and many more.
Monmouth Museum - The Museum is a vital part of Monmouth Center and houses a variety of artifacts pertaining to local and regional Maine history. The museum complex provides a look at life in 19th-century rural Maine including a blacksmith shop, carriage house, cobbler's shop, and more!
Kennebec Performing Arts Company - Consists of a choir, wind ensemble, and a jazz band. These performing groups offer several concerts throughout the year to delight and entertain.
Johnson Hall Theater - Built in 1864 in Gardiner, provided live entertainment and banquets until 1929. With a fully restored first floor, Johnson Hall again presents varied arts programs year-round.
Maine State Museum - Experience Maine the way it was on a family trip to Maine State Museum where you can see what the earliest Maine people hunted, what they ate, how they made tools, and what they left behind. On four floors you can see animal habitats, a working water powered mill, early steam locomotive, and Maine products from ships to guns, from cars to glass.
Colby College Museum of Art - Founded in 1959, the museum has an outstanding permanent collection of 18th-, 19th- and 20th-century American art, as well as an active temporary exhibition program. Admission, gallery talks, lectures and receptions are open to the public free of charge.
L. C. Bates Museum - An early 20th century natural history and cultural museum. It is housed in an historic 1903 Romanesque Revival brick school building
Moxie Outdoor Adventures - The Kennebec River is a great trip for families. The Kennebec Gorge offers big water excitement for the older kids, while the lower river has numerous fun class III rapids to challenge children who may be too young to raft the Kennebec Gorge.