Maine, also known as vacationland, is famous for its lighthouses, variety of parks, natural reserves, rich maritime history and beautiful landscapes. This place offers activities for almost everyone. You can choose between varieties of activities like kayaking, boating, biking, hiking, surfing, skiing, fishing, bird watching, and the list goes on. The rocky coast line is one of the beautiful coastlines of America which offers number of picturesque best beaches in Maine to spend your perfect summer. For the people who have interest in art and history can also take out time to enjoy different museums of Maine. So, whatever interests you might have, this place in America will never disappoint you!

If you are concerned about what to do in Maine, then check our list of our top things to do in Maine:

1. Acadia National Park

“Acadia National park” is among the most visited Maine attractions, having fantastic views and abundant scenic beauty. Acadia is best known for its pine-covered forests and rough coastline. It has two primary beaches including sand beach and Frenchman’s bay where you can easily find sea glasses. Tourists can enjoy number of outdoor activities in the park including the kayaking, swimming, boating and can even hike on 120 mile trail. The park is America’s one of the highest Atlantic coastal peninsula and among the most scenic sights along the North Atlantic Seaboard. If you are looking to explore the natural beauty of Maine, then “Acadia” is the place for you with camping and hiking facility and diverse wildlife.
Timings – Open every day from 8:30am-4:30pm
Tickets – Entrance fee- $12 per person

2. Cadillac Mountain

“Cadillac Mountain” has the highest peak of the eastern coast of America and one of the top Maine points of interest. It is located within the Acadia National park on the biggest Mount Desert Island which is only accessible by car. If you visit Maine then Cadillac Mountain should be a must place on your list. It is Acadia’s major destination for the visitors’ with the panoramic view of the sunrise. The mountain offers glorious views of glaciated coastal and island scenery. Get on the famous hike in the park for a splendid view surrounded by clear blue skies or hazy clouds.

3. Funtown Splashtown Usa

“Fun town splashtown” is an amusement park in Saco city, Maine and one of the best fun Maine destinations. In Funtown you will experience all the thrilling and fun rides including Maine’s only rollercoaster, Excalibur. On the other hand in Splashtown you will enjoy the world of water rides which has been voted as one of the cleanest park in United States. This family oriented park has it all from exciting rides to stimulating games, arcades, great pools, gift shops, slides and refreshing eating facilities for its visitors. The fun comes in all shapes and sizes here with a themed combination of enjoyment and waterpark.
Timings – Funtown- 10am-8pm | Splashtown- 10am-6pm

4. Fort Williams Park & Portland Head Light

“Fort Williams” is one of the most beautiful parks of Maine and is home to the oldest lighthouse. It is one of the Cape Elizabeth’s most precious sites. Fort Williams is the great tourism place greeting nearly a million visitors a year.
The Portland Headlight is the ancient landmark of its own kind in United States. It is an engaging place to bring your kids for fresh air, introducing to history and relishing the views of the sea. Portland head is the centerpiece of “Fort Williams”, a place not to be missed with nice walking trails and great picinic areas. The park has the breathtaking views of water, sailboats, lighthouse and scenic cliffs.
Timings – Open daily from 10am-4pm
Tickets – Adults- $2 | Children (6-18) – FREE

5. Portland Museum Of Art

“The Portland Museum” is an art museum which is one of the oldest and largest museums in Portland, Maine. The Museum consists of 17,000 impressive works of art from Europe and America’s best artists, also featuring an expansion collection dated from the 18th century to the present. It is filled with well-curated collection of fine and decorative works of art. The Portland museum is made up of core-ten steel with warm and rusty color, offering variety of events for kids and different classes and workshops for adults. It is an awe-inspiring place to visit with iconic attractions around you to explore three centuries of art and architecture in the great museum.
Timings – Open & days a week from 10am-5pm
Tickets – $12 adults | $10 seniors & students | $6 youth ages 13 to 17 | Children under 12 are free

6. Palace Playland

“Palace play land” is a four acre amusement park featuring over 25 rides and attractions for its visitors. The “play land” has kiddie rides and adult rides containing two roller coasters, the orient express and the galaxy plus exhilarating rides such as the terminator, power surge and the adrenaline. It also has Maine’s largest waterslide. In short the small land has a lot of fun hidden inside it, so don’t forget to visit the coolest place this summer on your vacations to get on the exciting rides of your choice. Wrap up your day by eating plenty of food after so much entertainment at the amazing playland.
Timings – Open daily at Noon from Monday-Friday
Tickets – $32- Adults | $24- Kiddie pass

7. Fort Knox

“Fort Knox” is the momentous site located on the west bank of the Penobscot River in Prospect, Maine. It is one of the best example of the preservation of 19th century’s coastal defense battlements and military architectures. Catch the Maine’s largest historic fort and the most visited site featuring amazing style and unparalleled master craftsmanship. Fort Knox is made up of granite, full and rich with knowledge and olden times.
Timings – Open every day from 9am-5pm
Tickets – Adult- $4.50 | Child (5-11) – $1 | Child (0-4) – FREE

8. Maine Wildlife Park

“Maine Wildlife Park” is home to 40 diverse species of mammalian wildlife including red and grey squirrels, white-tailed deer, chipmunks, moose, beaver porcupine, foxes, coyote, bobcats, black bears and muskrats. It is one of the interesting places to visit in Maine, with not-so-easily found wildlife in other zoos. It offers a great collection of wildlife and a wonderful opportunity to learn outside from the traditional classrooms. Spend some quality time with your kids here to see the different species in their natural habitat. Get an entertainment plus educational trip, feed the animals, walk on the wetlands and enjoy the day exploring nature wonders.
Timings – Open 7 days a week from 9:30am-4:30pm
Tickets – Adults (13-59) – $7.50 | Seniors (+60) – $5.50 | Children (4-12) – $5.50 | Children (under 3) – Free

9. Victoria Mansion

“Victoria Mansion” is a house in Portland which is a wonderful example of America’s 19th century interior design. Every room is made perfectly with the tinniest detail of furniture and art to go along with the theme. Visitors will admire one the most important historic destinations with the unique architecture. The place is absolutely beautiful inside as it is from the outside, with much of the original carpets, furnishings and draperies.
Timings – Monday-Saturday: 10am-4pm | Sunday: 1-5pm
Tickets – Adults- $15 | Seniors- $14 | Children- $5 | Family- $35 | Children 5 and under- FREE