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Greater Portland and Casco Bay Maine

Portland Stage - A season of seven shows that play to over 50,000 people annually. All production is done at the Theater, including original set design and construction, costume design and production, lighting and sound design.

Maine Indoor Karting - Maine's premier indoor formula karting facility- We're the safest, fastest and most thrilling! You can't beat this karting in Portland or anywhere in Maine- Come race with us!

Victoria Mansion - This old Victoria Mansion still has over 90% of its original contents, and is one of the greatest historic houses in all America!

Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine - Offers a wide variety of interactive exhibits and programs for children of all ages.

Portland Museum of Art - As the largest and oldest art museum in the state of Maine, the Museum serves as a vital cultural resource for all who visit. The Museum's collection of more than 17,000 objects is housed in three historic and remarkable buildings showcasing three centuries of art and architecture.

Desert of Maine - Fifty acres of Maine desert, where you can walk through the multi-colored sand, 1783 Barn Museum, enjoy a narrated coach tour, take a walking tour, picnic and lots more.

Lucky Catch Cruises - Captain Tom will guide you through the daily routines of a Maine lobsterman, while enjoying close-up views of historic lighthouses (Portland Head Light) and Civil War Forts Fort Gorges, Fort Preble).

Lyric Music Theater - Founded in 1952, Lyric Music Theater is community theater at its finest. The goal is to create enjoyable music theater for the benefit of audiences at prices that are affordable.

All Play Family Entertainment Center - So much fun with mini golf, The Bounce Zone and Splash Zone. Toddlers love the Okay area that is just for them.

Wadsworth-Longfellow House - Within its walls lived four generations of one remarkable family that made significant contributions to the political, literary, and cultural life of New England and the United States. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882), grew up in the house and went on to become one of the most famous men of his time.

Portland Headlight Museum - Home of Portland Head Light. Situated along the spectacular shores of Fort Williams Park, at 1000 Shore Road, the popular landmark is owned and managed by the Town of Cape Elizabeth. The award winning Museum contains a number of lighthouse lenses and interpretative displays.

Smiling Hill Farm - A working farm that is open to the public and has many fun activities, including an ice cream shop, petting zoo, and dairy store.

Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Visit New England's premier short-track speedway! The speedway that NASCAR legend Ken Schrader calls one of his top ten favorite track's in the nation in a USA Today story.

Downeast Duck Adventures - Learn about places of interest to visit and many little known facts about the city that is nicknamed "The Phoenix." Then, hold onto your tail feathers as you DRIVE into the waters of Casco Bay to view Portland's working waterfront, Calendar Islands and marine wildlife.

Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad & Museum - From your train, see spectacular views of 19th century forts, lighthouses and the islands of Casco Bay. Portland's working harbor features lobster boats, tugboats, fishing vessels, oil tankers, container ships, ship repair and dry dock facilities.