5 Hidden Gems in Wells Maine

Wells Reserve at Laudholm

Visiting the reserve is one of the best things to do in Wells Maine, drawing in nature lovers, photographers, birders, hikers, wildlife enthusiasts, history buffs, and more.

Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge

Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge is a protected expanse of wetlands, salt marshes, and estuaries that spans about 50 miles through both Cumberland and York Counties. The refuge, which runs along the coast, is home to various plant and animal species that aren’t found in other parts of Maine. 

R. Jorgensen Antiques  

R. Jorgensen Antiques also specializes in fine period antiques and has one of the biggest collections in both Maine and New England. You’ll enjoy the scenic lawns and gardens of the historic property when you visit.

Elmwood Resort Hotel

Elmwood Resort Hotel offers ample one, two, and three-bedroom condominium suites. For your convenience, the kitchens come stocked with plates, bowls, utensils, and more. The beds are super comfortable — rest well on a Serta Suite Dreams mattress with Cuddledown bedding. 

Weathervanes of Maine

This impressive, eclectic shop specializes in weathervanes and cupolas. The artisans at Weathervanes of Maine are second-generation local coppersmiths who have crafted more than 1,000 weathervane designs individually. 

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