This well-worn path hugs the rocky coastline with jaw-dropping ocean views and several benches along the way for soaking in the sights and salt air.
Ogunquit Beach is the largest and most popular beach in town. This stretch of sand runs 3.5 miles and comes with all the standard beach accessories, like chair and inflatable rentals.
This local museum is housed in an 18th-century home — the Captain James Winn House — with woods and pathways surrounding it. Displays include fishing history, local architecture, cultural history, and early artwork. It’s open from June through October.
For almost a century, this theatre has been entertaining the masses. It started as a small theatre company out of a garage and grew into the performance art destination it is today with a robust 25-week schedule of classics like “Singin’ in the Rain” and modern shows like “The DaVinci Code.” Shows run from May through October.
Just 15 minutes north of Ogunquit, you’ll find this preserved natural land spanning more than 2,250 acres with marshes, beaches, and trails. The reserve is open year-round, and guided tours (walking and kayaking) are regularly scheduled if you’d prefer to be led through the ecosystems.