Ogunquit Maine  Best Things to Do, See & Experience

Marginal Way 

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. 

The Ogunquit Heritage Museum

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. 

Ogunquit Museum of American Art

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. 

Casual & Family Restaurant

If you go to Maine and don’t have a lobster roll, did you even really go to Maine? Feed that fix with a lobster roll, steamed oysters, or other seafood mixed with American fare on an affordable menu at the Lobster Shack. If the lines are long or the restaurant is closed, you could try Foot Bridge Lobster next door. 

Perkins Cove

Perkins Cove is another entertainment district surrounding the cove and is an active port. It’s known for its family-friendly atmosphere. In any case, both of these areas are open-air districts with charming and rustic locally-owned businesses along the way. 

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