The OMAA holds more than 3,000 works of art with new exhibits and events each season, which runs from May through October. The 3-acre property includes 18 gardens with sculptures along the way. And, don’t miss the stunning rocky shoreline views.
The Burleigh at Kennebunkport Inn is a cozy gastropub that serves shareable small plates, hearty entrees, inventive cocktails, and local beers and wines. Fresh Maine seafood, signature burgers, and unique takes on classic home-style fare await diners.
One of the unique traits of Ogunquit Maine is the wide open ocean in front of it, offering great opportunities for smooth sailing and various boat adventures. You can even explore other parts of the coastline without having to sit in traffic or search for a parking spot.
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.
Named for the “nub” of rocky land it sits on, this York Maine lighthouse isn’t open for tours but is still one of the most photographed in all of Maine from the nearby Soheir Park.