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We are the only full service grocery store in downtown Camden. We offer a full variety of quality products including produce; meats and seafood; bakery and deli goods; catering and provisioning; and beer and wine.
The Harraseeket Inn is a family owned, 93-room luxury inn located in Freeport, Maine. This AAA Four Diamond hotel features two great restaurants, the Broad Arrow Tavern and the Maine Harvest Dining Room, twenty-three fireplaces, an indoor heated pool, and select pet-friendly rooms — all just a few minutes walk from the best shopping on the Maine coast and the Amtrak Downeaster train station.
A must see 15,000 sq. ft. 1800s barn with four floors of quality unique antiques! Attractively merchandised into theme sections, Indian Trail Antiques offers automobilia, vintage toys, furniture from 18th-20th centuries, advertising, nautical, military items and so much more. It's more than a store - it is a showplace where history is bought and sold.
With a variety of training programs and locations, Maine Coastal Flight makes learning to fly fun! Whether in your aircraft or one of theirs, they offer comprehensive options for everyone in Brunswick and Bar Harbor. In addition to flight training, check out their website to learn more information about the other services available: Aircraft Rental, Scenic Flights, Aerial Photography and Aircraft Management.
Founded in 1962, Maine Maritime Museum is located on a beautiful 20-acre campus on the banks of the Kennebec River in “The City of Ships,” Bath, Maine, and provides a unique experience to tens of thousands of visitors from around the world each year. The museum is dedicated to promoting an understanding and appreciation of Maine’s maritime heritage and culture through gallery exhibits, the historic Percy & Small Shipyard, educational programs, a research library, and narrated excursions along area waterways.