Maine Coast,  South and Mid Coast Museums
Trolley Museum          www.trolleymuseum.org       195 Log Cabin Rd Kennebunkport, ME 04046       (207) 967-2712
Maine Coast, Casco Bay offers outdoor recreation at wolfs Neck Park in Freeport
Maine Coast, South, hiking trails at Freeport
Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park, Freeport
Maine's World War I airplanes, shipbuilding museums, brass lamp Stanley Steamers, and narrow gage steam engines are as much a part of the Maine coast as the quiet beaches, amusement rides, ocean-side golfing, and outlet shopping malls that you will find on the Maine Coast

Maine’s mid Coast, a hundred miles of beach and estuarine marsh between Kittery in the south and Camden in the north is truly a vacation land.

Visit the
Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, the Auto Museum at Wells, the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum in Portland, the Shipbuilding Museum in Bath, the Owls Head Antique Air Museum in Rockland, and the schooners of Camden without ever straying far from coastal Route One.  

Two of Maine’s largest outlet
malls: Kittery, a mile of outlet stores along Route One, and Freeport, an outlet theme park and home of LL Bean’s 24-hour retail store and hundred other places to shop.  
Maine South and Mid Coast Museums feature World War I airplanes, shipbuilding exhibits, brass lamp Stanley Steamers, and narrow gage steam engines
Maine Coast Rockland Antique Air Museum
Top left:  Kennebunk, Seashore Trolley Museum   Top Right Owls Head Antique Air Museum Rockland.  Bottom left  Owls Head Antique Air Museum       Bottom Right Bath, Shipbuilding Museum  
Narrow gage steam trains at Alna
Nubble Lighthouse,
Cape Neddick  
Perkins Cove, Ogunquit
Lobster harbor, Wells
Lobster sales Cape Neddick the south coast
Farnsworth Museum of Art Rockland, the Wyeth Center Gallery, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick,  
and The
Portland Museum of Art,
notable art Museums
Maine Coast Art Museums
Maine Coast South and Mid Coast Museums include museums of transportation which feature World War I airplanes, shipbuilding exhibits, brass lamp Stanley Steamers, and narrow gage steam engines.
Maine Coast South and Mid Coast Museums include narrow gage steam trains at Alna
Maine Coast Museums include the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunk
Maine Coast South and Mid Coast Museums include the Bath shipbuilding Museum and wood boat shipbuilding exhibits and brass lamp Stanley Steamers at the Wells antique auto Museum.
Maine Coast South and Mid Coast Museums are located near abundant outdoor recreation, lodging, camping and outlet shopping.
Freeport offers shopping and elegant lodging in the town famous for its factory outlet shopping.
Maine Coast South and Mid Coast Museums are located along Route One where there is ample opportunity for sightseeing, nature walking, hiking, lodging,  dining and outlet shopping.
How to Reach the Maine Coast  From Boston Go north on Route I-95 to Portsmouth New Hampshire.  and then Maine.  The first coastal town will be Kittery
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