Boothbay Harbor Country Club

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33 Country Club Road, PO Box 757 Boothbay, ME 04537
Boothbay Harbor Country Club is the perfect Maine golf course, featuring breathtaking vistas, challenging holes and a sea breeze blowing off the ocean. Located just minutes from downtown Boothbay Harbor, these 18 championship holes are truly a “Pure Maine” golfing experience.

Opera House

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Opera House, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538, USA
The historic Opera House in Boothbay Harbor brings year-round live performances to the region. Among the artists are internationally renowned Grammy winning musicians, magicians, authors, actors and more. Tickets are reasonably priced. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t go!

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

gardens.jpg.180x130_0_45_11999Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

132 Botanical Gardens Dr, Boothbay, ME, United States
Discover gorgeous gardens all year round at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. They invite you to experience Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens’ spectacular 250-acre landscape, no matter the season. The gardens, trails, and wild spaces are uniquely beautiful and are always full of surprises throughout the year.

Maine State Aquarium

aquarium.jpg.180x130_defaultMaine State Aquarium

194 McKown Point Rd, West Boothby Hbr, ME, United States
The Maine State Aquarium serves to foster an appreciation for the Gulf of Maine, its species, and resource conservation by connecting research and education. There are always new reasons to visit the Maine State Aquarium. They have new animals, displays, and educational programs happening all the time. Each time you visit you’ll discover something different.

Schooner Eastwind

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20 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538
Sailing Trips to the Outer Islands Your two-hour voyage aboard Boothbay Harbor’s largest charter schooner gives you time to relax and see the Maine coastline. Lighthouses, fishing lobstermen, wildlife, and remote islands accessible only by boat dot the seascape. The Smith Family Herb and Doris Smith sailed around the world twice with their three children on schooners they built by hand. Five of the schooners they built are named Appledore. Eastwind, their sixth schooner, is a sistership of the Appledores. They are authors of two books about their world voyages: Sailing Three Oceans and Dreams of Natural Places.

Schooner Lazy Jack

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Join the crew of the Schooner Lazy Jack for a 2 hr. day sail or private charter adventure on Boothbay Harbor’s only historic windjammer. Help hoist sails or take a turn at the wheel as we set a course out past Burnt Island Light, Squirrel Island and the outer islands of Boothbay. Keep a sharp eye out for porpoise, Osprey, Bald Eagles and harbor seals as you slip past local lobsterman setting and hauling their pots.

Boothbay Railway Village & Antique Auto Museum

rollsroyce.jpeg.180x130_defaultBoothbay Railway Village & Antique Auto Museum

586 Wiscasset Road, Route 27, Boothbay, ME 04537
The museum has thousands of artifacts, several historic structures and three-quarters of a mile of two-foot gauge track.. Nowhere else in New England can you experience a steam train ride, historical village exhibits and an outstanding collection of over 60 antique vehicles in one museum. The Boothbay Railway Village offers the unique environment of a rural village, beautiful gardens, and a village green surrounded by historic structures such as the 1847 Town Hall or the 1923 Spruce Point Chapel. The Village exhibits are fascinating and informative, evocative of our rich New England heritage. Situated on thirty acres and housed in 28 exhibit buildings, the large collection of exhibits includes all aspects of rural town life, consisting of various types of transportation to lessons taught in a one-room schoolhouse. A variety of special events bring history to life with demonstrations and activities making for a memorable experience.

Boothbay Region Land Trust

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137 Townsend Avenue, Boothbay Harbor, Me. 04538
Founded in 1980, Boothbay Region Land Trust (BRLT) is a non-profit organization working to conserve the natural beauty and character of the Boothbay Region including the towns of Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Edgecomb, and Southport. BRLT preserves provide over 30 miles of pet friendly hiking trails open year-round to the public, free of charge.

Tidal Transit Kayak/ Kayak Rentals

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18 Granary Way, Boothbay Harbor ME 04538
In a state known for the richness of its coastline, the Boothbay Region stands out as one of the best destinations for sea kayaking, with water ranging from the open seas to calm, protected rivers. The Harbor is also home to three historic lighthouses and many public islands that can be yours for an afternoon of exploring or peaceful picnicking. kids kayaking in boothbay harbor maine You can spend an afternoon eye-to-eye with seals and herons amongst the secluded islands of the rivers or set off through the waters of a harbor that windjammers and fishermen have called home for over four hundred years. Whether it be on one of our tours, in one of our rental boats or if you simply want to drop by our shop for an idea on where to paddle on your own, the staff of Tidal Transit will happily get you set up to make the most out of your vacation.

Maine Lobster Boat Sailing

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Spruce Point, Boothbay Harbor, ME
The Sarah Mead, a wooden Friendship Sloop sails tours daily from the neighboring Spruce Point Inn. Come aboard to see lighthouses, seals, porpoises, Osprey, eagles, and of course, lobsters.

Maria Boord Gallery

20130924_174058-2.jpg.180x130_defaultMaria Boord Gallery

10 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538
Maria Boord has generously donated eight paintings that grace the walls of the Inn. Proceeds from sales of these paintings help sustain the Lighthouse. Visit Maria’s in-town gallery to see more of her works.

golfer-copy.jpg.180x130_defaultBoothbay Harbor Country Club

33 Country Club Road, PO Box 757 Boothbay, ME 04537
Boothbay Harbor Country Club is the perfect Maine golf course, featuring breathtaking vistas, challenging holes and a sea breeze blowing off the ocean. Located just minutes from downtown Boothbay Harbor, these 18 championship holes are truly a “Pure Maine” golfing experience.

opera-house.jpg.180x130_defaultOpera House

Opera House, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538, USA
The historic Opera House in Boothbay Harbor brings year-round live performances to the region. Among the artists are internationally renowned Grammy winning musicians, magicians, authors, actors and more. Tickets are reasonably priced. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t go!

gardens.jpg.180x130_0_45_11999Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

132 Botanical Gardens Dr, Boothbay, ME, United States
Discover gorgeous gardens all year round at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. They invite you to experience Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens’ spectacular 250-acre landscape, no matter the season. The gardens, trails, and wild spaces are uniquely beautiful and are always full of surprises throughout the year.

aquarium.jpg.180x130_defaultMaine State Aquarium

194 McKown Point Rd, West Boothby Hbr, ME, United States
The Maine State Aquarium serves to foster an appreciation for the Gulf of Maine, its species, and resource conservation by connecting research and education. There are always new reasons to visit the Maine State Aquarium. They have new animals, displays, and educational programs happening all the time. Each time you visit you’ll discover something different.

schooner-eastwind-boothbay-harbor1.jpg.180x130_0_103_5128Schooner Eastwind

20 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538
Sailing Trips to the Outer Islands Your two-hour voyage aboard Boothbay Harbor’s largest charter schooner gives you time to relax and see the Maine coastline. Lighthouses, fishing lobstermen, wildlife, and remote islands accessible only by boat dot the seascape. The Smith Family Herb and Doris Smith sailed around the world twice with their three children on schooners they built by hand. Five of the schooners they built are named Appledore. Eastwind, their sixth schooner, is a sistership of the Appledores. They are authors of two books about their world voyages: Sailing Three Oceans and Dreams of Natural Places.

pics-lazyjack-side1.jpg.180x130_defaultSchooner Lazy Jack

Join the crew of the Schooner Lazy Jack for a 2 hr. day sail or private charter adventure on Boothbay Harbor’s only historic windjammer. Help hoist sails or take a turn at the wheel as we set a course out past Burnt Island Light, Squirrel Island and the outer islands of Boothbay. Keep a sharp eye out for porpoise, Osprey, Bald Eagles and harbor seals as you slip past local lobsterman setting and hauling their pots.

rollsroyce.jpeg.180x130_defaultBoothbay Railway Village & Antique Auto Museum

586 Wiscasset Road, Route 27, Boothbay, ME 04537
The museum has thousands of artifacts, several historic structures and three-quarters of a mile of two-foot gauge track.. Nowhere else in New England can you experience a steam train ride, historical village exhibits and an outstanding collection of over 60 antique vehicles in one museum. The Boothbay Railway Village offers the unique environment of a rural village, beautiful gardens, and a village green surrounded by historic structures such as the 1847 Town Hall or the 1923 Spruce Point Chapel. The Village exhibits are fascinating and informative, evocative of our rich New England heritage. Situated on thirty acres and housed in 28 exhibit buildings, the large collection of exhibits includes all aspects of rural town life, consisting of various types of transportation to lessons taught in a one-room schoolhouse. A variety of special events bring history to life with demonstrations and activities making for a memorable experience.

people-on-trail.JPG.180x130_defaultBoothbay Region Land Trust

137 Townsend Avenue, Boothbay Harbor, Me. 04538
Founded in 1980, Boothbay Region Land Trust (BRLT) is a non-profit organization working to conserve the natural beauty and character of the Boothbay Region including the towns of Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Edgecomb, and Southport. BRLT preserves provide over 30 miles of pet friendly hiking trails open year-round to the public, free of charge.

half-day-tour.jpg.180x130_defaultTidal Transit Kayak/ Kayak Rentals

18 Granary Way, Boothbay Harbor ME 04538
In a state known for the richness of its coastline, the Boothbay Region stands out as one of the best destinations for sea kayaking, with water ranging from the open seas to calm, protected rivers. The Harbor is also home to three historic lighthouses and many public islands that can be yours for an afternoon of exploring or peaceful picnicking. kids kayaking in boothbay harbor maine You can spend an afternoon eye-to-eye with seals and herons amongst the secluded islands of the rivers or set off through the waters of a harbor that windjammers and fishermen have called home for over four hundred years. Whether it be on one of our tours, in one of our rental boats or if you simply want to drop by our shop for an idea on where to paddle on your own, the staff of Tidal Transit will happily get you set up to make the most out of your vacation.

2012-06-15-20-04-551.jpg.180x130_defaultMaine Lobster Boat Sailing

Spruce Point, Boothbay Harbor, ME
The Sarah Mead, a wooden Friendship Sloop sails tours daily from the neighboring Spruce Point Inn. Come aboard to see lighthouses, seals, porpoises, Osprey, eagles, and of course, lobsters.

20130924_174058-2.jpg.180x130_defaultMaria Boord Gallery

10 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538
Maria Boord has generously donated eight paintings that grace the walls of the Inn. Proceeds from sales of these paintings help sustain the Lighthouse. Visit Maria’s in-town gallery to see more of her works.

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