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Willowbrook Village - The largest fully restored 19th century museum village in New England. Over 10,000 trades and crafts artifacts displayed in 37 structures. Carriages, Concord coach, carousel and more.

Washburn-Norlands Living History Center - You are in store for an exciting adventure into the past. A variety of inter-active programs enable guests to experience life as it truly was in 18th and 19th century Maine.

Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum - Displays the history and heritage of logging in the western Maine mountains. See the equipment, tools, and traditional arts such as painting, knitting, wood carving, and storytelling.

Community Little Theatre - The Theater has provided entertainment, participated in community activities, provided education and been the stepping stone for many young people who have gone on to work in various parts of the entertainment field. Come enjoy the best local talent at the Little Theater.

Rufus Porter Museum - Rufus Porter, an artist and inventor who lived from 1792 - 1884 and spent his boyhood years in the Bridgton, Maine area. The Rufus Porter Museum, the only entity devoted to his work, displays his vivid murals in the front parlor. Annually changing exhibits of work by other Maine folk artists.

Oxford Plains Speedway - Several race groups including Pro Stock, Mini Stock, Runnin' Rebel, Ladies, Sport Truck and others. Track established in 1950 and is a 3/8 mile oval asphalt track.

Celebration Barn Theater - Celebration Barn has helped to nurture some of America's finest touring artists, dancers, mimes, jugglers, storytellers, (you name it!). Public performances are given throughout the summer, featuring faculty, students, and special guest artists.

The Public Theatre - Every traveler knows that the best way to discover a great place is to travel off the beaten path, and listen to the locals. So, this season, point your car towards Lewiston and discover a theatre the Portland Phoenix Readers' Poll voted "Best Theatre Company" in Maine four times.

Unity Centre-Performing Arts - Built from a hundred year old barn, the Unity Centre is a comfortable 200 seat theatre with a great sound system. Experience the talent of musicians of many varieties.

Stanley Museum - The Museum commemorates and preserves the heritage of Stanley family genius. The famous "Stanley Steamer" automobile was invented by Francis Edgar Stanley and manufactured by him and his twin brother, usually referred to as the Stanley twins, F.E. and F.O. The sister, Chansonetta, is equally important for her photographs depicting rural turn-of-the-century American life.

Museum L-A‎ - Chronicles the history of work, industry and community in Lewiston and Auburn; serves as a community gathering place; creates engaging learning experiences; and contributes to the civic, cultural, and economic revitalization of L-A.

Wilhelm Reich Museum - Wilhelm Reich, M.D., a pioneering psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and scientist. His home now comprises 175 acres of fields and forests, the Orgone Energy Observatory, the Conference Building & Office, a bookstore, two rental cottages, and a system of woodland nature trails.

Apple Acres Farm - Situated in the rolling foothills of the White Mountains, Apple Acres Farm is only a 45 minute drive from Portland, Maine and North Conway, New Hampshire. Activities include apple-picking, fresh apple cider, hay rides, and more.

Sugarloaf Mountain Resort - Located in the heart of Carrabassett Valley, which was carved by the Carrabassett River and is surrounded by Maine's Western Mountains. 921 developed, skiable acres with 146 trails and glades.

Seacoast Adventure - All-season recreational fun for everyone at the Seacoast Fun Park! In the summer, enjoy bumper boats, a driving range, miniature golf, go carts, a sling-shot trampoline, and the awesome Skymax. In the winter, there visitors can enjoy snow-tubing, and snow-boarding.

Bates Museum of Art - Houses the College's permanent collection of internationally significant works of art and maintains an active schedule of exhibits.

Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad - The railroad offers rides behind a replica of Sandy River locomotive #4 hauling passengers in either an 1884 vintage coach and/or a caboose built in the 1980's. The ride includes a walking/talking tour.

Maine Blueberries - Large, juicy blueberries hang in bunches ready for picking. Families can picnic on the grounds and even pick their own blueberries.

McLaughlin Garden & Homestead - A delight for the senses, and only an actual visit will do justice to the sights, scents and serenity of this treasured place.