One of the best “hiding in plain sight” Portland Maine adventures is at Fort Gorges in the bay between the Eastern Promenade and Little Diamond Island.
Just “being” in the Old Port is an outdoor sensory overload. Take your time walking through the unique stores and restaurants that line the cobblestone streets.
Take a trip on the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad. The 3-mile trip takes less than an hour, giving you plenty of time to keep exploring.
The Tate House Museum is the epitome of an affluent 18th-century home in Portland Maine. It was owned by a noble shipping Englishman named Captain George Tate.
You’ll love the food as much as the funky vibe that this close-knit team offers. Ask how the Lobster Cheese Crisp Taco became an accidental sensation.