Maine Seashore Trolley Museum
Maine Coast Transportation Museums
Maine Coast Transportation Museums, Maine Coast
Maine coast Inns and B&Bs are open from mid-May to mid-September with some staying open till the end of the foliage season in mid-October  and others open all year for skiing and Christmas Shopping.     
This little stretch of the Maine coast has for additional diversion, two of Maine’s largest
outlet malls: Kittery, one mile of outlet stores along Route One, and Freeport, a village of outlets and outlet malls and home of LL Bean’s 24-hour retail store.    
Maine Coast Museums
are in an area where you can also find quiet beaches, amusement rides, ocean-side golfing, and outlet shopping malls.
In
Camden and Rockland you can  cruise on a tall sailing ships.
Maine’s mid Coast offers a hundred miles of beach and estuarine marsh between Kittery in the south and Camden in the north with nature preserves and a lot of diversity.

Without ever straying far from
Coastal Route One you can 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.
Many of the Inns and B&Bs along the coast have made your visit to museums, malls, and beaches easier by operating shuttle services.  
Maine Coast Transportation Museums, Rockland
On the Maine Coast you can find World War I airplanes, shipbuilding museums, brass lamp Stanley Steamers, narrow gage steam engine Museums, and abundant outdoor recreation all near coastal Route One.
Owls Head Antique Air Museum in Rockland
Narrow Gage Alna
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 Seashore Trolley Museum
Antique auto collection at Owls Head Antique Air Museum in Rockland
Maine Coast Transportation Museums include the steam trains at Portland's Maine Narrow Gage, the Seashore Trolley Museum at Kennebunk, the Bath Shipbuilding Museum, the Wells Antique Auto Museum,and Rocklands antique airplanes.
Antique aircraft at Owls Head Antique Air Museum in Rockland
Maine Coast Transportation Museums are located along the coast road route one.
Museums of transportation include the steam train rides at Portland's Maine Narrow Gage, trolley rides at the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunk, and weekend steam train rides at Alna.
Maine Coast Transportation Museums are located along Route One, the north south highway that runs the length of the Maine coast
Maine Coast
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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