These 13 Unique Attractions In Maine Are An Absolute Must-Visit
In addition to beautiful landscapes and lovely people, Maine is home to some of the strangest attractions in New England. From deserts in the middle of nowhere to more than one larger-than-life monument, the state will give you a dose of strangeness you didn’t know you needed. Once you’ve checked off the ones on this list, you can return to your regularly scheduled appreciation of our state’s coastal and inland beauty. Here are some of the most unique places to visit in Maine.
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Unique Places To Visit In Maine
What are some must-see attractions in Maine?
Aside from the unusual attractions mentioned above, there are numerous natural attractions in Maine that are worth seeing in person. Take in the views of the Bay of Fundy with its towering cliffs. And then there’s Vaughan Woods which is like a fairy tale forest complete with waterfalls and a stone bridge. There are so many magnificent places to see in Maine, and here are some more that we recommend:
- The Wiggly Bridge, York
- World's Largest Chocolate Moose, Scarborough
- Kenneth E. Stoddard Shell Museum, Boothbay
- Maine State Prison Showroom, Thomaston
- The Norumbega Inn, Camden
- Nervous Nellie's Jams & Jellies, Deer Isle
- The World's Largest Paul Bunyan Statue, Bangor
Check out this previous article to read more about these must-see attractions in Maine.
What are some of the most unique things to do in Maine?
Maine is a fairly large state best explored on a day trip. Maybe you’re in the market for some unique day trips in Maine and we have you covered! Spend some time on Peaks Island, explore the charming town of Bath, or take a drive to view some of the state’s most majestic lighthouses … the possibilities are endless! Want more? Here’s an article featuring some unusual things to do in Maine.
What are some of the most unique places to spend the night in Maine?
A unique state like Maine certainly has plenty of one-of-a-kind accommodations. Some of the most unique places to stay in Maine include a houseboat in Georgetown, a lighthouse in North Haven, and camping yurts in Millinocket.