Visit These Fascinating Mansion Ruins In Maine For An Adventure Into The Past

Of all the fun ways to spend a day in Maine, we love the ones that include a romp on a path near the ocean! Even better is when that romp leads to some pretty cool local history. The simple walk leading to the remains of a once magnificent house will give you plenty of time to imagine what life might have been like way back in the 1800s.

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Fort Williams Park offers a spectacular way to spend an easy afternoon outside, including being able to take in Maine’s most photographed lighthouse Portland Head Light. You can learn more about visiting the park on the official website. If you want to spend some time taking in nature on the Fort Williams Park Loop Trail visit alltrails.com.

To see more history in Maine you just need to get out and explore a little! These 9 unbelievable ruins in Maine will transport you to the past.

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