Portland Museum of Art
The Museum's collection contains more than 17,000 fine and decorative works of art dating from the 18th century to the present. The collection includes paintings, sculpture, prints, photography, glass and ceramics, artists' books, furniture, and much more.
A lovely museum. Admission is free on Friday afternoon. They often have events for First Friday Art Walk.
Beautiful, small, local museum. More than just a museum, there are art films and lectures. Black tie catering downstairs for a bite after viewing the collection.
A lovely, well curated museum:) A half hour walk or 10 minute drive on Congress Street to High Street.
“A cool lighthouse looking structure on Munjoy Hill. Cool history and great views.”
“Popular Concert & Theater Venue in Portland, ME (check out website for current performances)”
“Make a day and visit this amazing city; the children's museum is a special treat.”
“Go here if you're looking for ramen. They have a small menu, but it's all delicious! Also, of course, a large selection of local beers. This place is a great option for an affordable and filling dinner!”
“"Grounded in the belief that vital communities are activated by experimentation, conversation, and camaraderie, SPACE engages a wide audience with provocative arts programming and category-defying events. As a nexus for curious minds, we collaborate with original thinkers and invite the public to participate in the ongoing pursuit of adventurous ideas. From our versatile home at 534-538 Congress Street, we: ● Curate visual art exhibitions ● Showcase music ● Present film screenings ● Facilitate lectures and discussions ● Foster a platform for contemporary experimental performance ● Rent below-market studios to artists with active practices ● Oversee a statewide granting program for artist-led initiatives and projects ● Invite national artists to stay in Portland through our residency program ● Encourage conversations about issues of social justice ● Engage the public in community events and open forums ● Collaborate with other nonprofits, artist-run projects, and performing arts organizations"”