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City Theater - Consider yourself invited to experience a show here; you will be in awe at the Theater's splendor and you will find yourself coming back time and time again.

Kittery Historical & Naval Musuem - A museum for Local History, Ship Models, Guns and Tools, Scrimshaw and Lighthouse Artifacts, Shipyard and Submarine Memorabilia and more.

Southworth Planetarium - Educational and entertaining shows for adults and children. Open to the public for Friday and Saturday evening shows and Saturday matinees.

Funtown/Splastown USA - Home of Maine's only wooden roller coaster Excalibur, New England's longest and tallest log flume rife, and a phenomenal collection of kiddie rides.

Aquaboggan Water Park - From high speed water slides to relaxing on a tube in the wave pool to a round of mini golf, Aquaboggan has something for everyone!

York Wild Kingdom - Offers a variety of family rides, paddle boats, miniature golf course, a petting zoo, scenic picnic grounds and even a Haunted House.

Wadsworth-Longfellow House - An important architectural artifact of New England's past. Originally a two-story structure with a pitched roof, it was the first wholly brick dwelling in Portland.

The Saco Museum - Collection contains more than 10,000 artifacts. The museum is well known for its rich collection of paintings and portraits from the Saco River region, and the finest and largest collection of portraits by the renowned deaf artist John Brewster, Jr.

Finestkind Scenic Cruises - Enjoy a beautiful 'scenic cruise' viewing Ogunquit's gorgeous coast. Several cruise options to choose from including a breakfast cruise, lighthouse cruise, lobstering trip, and more.

John Lane's Ogunquit Playhouse - One of Southern Maine's most important cultural landmarks, brings Broadway to the Beach each season. Also features a children's theatre for the little ones.

Palace Playland - A four-acre family amusement park located directly on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. The park features 25 rides including 11 kiddie rides, 13 major rides as well as the Liquid Lightning Waterslide. The park also offers a 24,000 square foot video arcade which is among the largest in New England and features the latest in video and prize-coupon games.

Schooner Miniature Golf and Batting Cages - Affordable outdoor activities for the entire family. One of the largest 18 hole miniature golf courses in the Seacoast area.

Museums of Old York - Discover the rich architectural, cultural, and maritime heritage as you experience tours of historic buildings located in the center of York and along the riverfront where the town was founded in the 1650s.

The Seashore Trolley Museum - With over 250 trolleys & transit vehicles, The Seashore Trolley Museum features the oldest and largest electric railway museum in the world.

Brick Store Museum - An art and history museum that has permanent and semi-permanent exhibitions focusing mainly on the southern part of Maine.

Ogunquit Museum of American Art - Upon entering the Museum, visitors look directly through the glass wall of its main gallery to the dramatic coast, the ocean, and the far horizon. Home to several exhibits and 1,600 works of art.

Sea Coast Sailing - Offers day sails and sunset cocktail cruises along the beautiful New England coastline. Sail in comfort and style aboard New Horizons, a 60', 48 passenger, US Coast Guard Certified Tortola Motorsailer.

Wells Reserve at Laudholm - Each year, more than 3,000 children and adults participate in educational programs at this "living laboratory." Come enjoy the site's cultural heritage and diverse habitats.

Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center - A great place to start exploring the state's largest salt marsh by foot or canoe. The center provides a variety of guided and self-guided walks and canoe tours as well as exhibits, a nature trail, canoe rentals and a Maine Audubon Nature Store.