Historic Indian Art And also the Farnsworth in Rockland for Andrew Wyeths art as well as other famous artists
Learn about our forbearers...the People of the Dawnland. A beautifully authentic museum filled with authentic Wabanaki bskertry, jewelry, books, music and history.
The history and cultures of the Native people in Maine, the Wabanaki, are showcased through changing exhibitions, special events, teacher workshops, archaeology field schools, and workshops for children and adults.
Indigenous Native cultures, exhibits vary but always an educational experience
Learn about the five tribes of Maine while strolling through this gem of a museum.
“Crazy type of old movie theater with three or four rows of old couches in the front and rows of seats with shallow counter/tables in front. This is for the food that you can buy at the concession stand as you enter. This is a local hangout that is open year round with recent movies showing.”
“BAR HARBOR—My favorite place for brunch. Also has a great dinner menu. If you are traveling alone, dine at the bar. The bartenders are very friendly. ”
“Cute store, jewelry, cards, kids toys, home made home items, lots of creations by local artists”
“Great place to rent a bike and access Acadia National Park's park loop road. Plan to arrive when they open. This place gets busy quick with a line out the door in the highest season (July and August).”