Explore The Penobscot Marine Museum In Maine, Then Stay The Night In The Historic Captain Nickels Inn

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From storied inns and rustic cabins to Maine’s most charming B&Bs, it’s easy to find a cozy down comforter and a stunning view to tuck into in Vacationland. But to truly experience Maine in all of its blustery, beautiful coastal glory, sometimes the best place to start is with our state history! Spend a weekend immersing yourself in Maine’s maritime past with a one-of-a-kind experience on the bay (complete with ocean views), starting with a visit to the Penobscot Marine Museum and the Captain Nickels Inn in Searsport.

Maritime history and culture aficionados, history buffs, landlubbers, architecture-lovers, and everything in between will find something to love in Searsport! What are your favorite historical sites to visit in the Penobscot region?

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Address: Penobscot Marine Museum, 2 Church St, Searsport, ME 04974, USA
Address: Captain Nickels Inn, 127 E Main St, Searsport, ME 04974, USA