Located in beautiful Owls Head, Maine our Museum is just one of the attractions that draws throngs of visitors to the Midcoast region each year. An ongoing cultural revitalization has earned the little City of Rockland a great deal of National media attention and it is frequently regarded as one of Maine’s most appealing destinations. With an unusually high concentration of world-class restaurants, museums, galleries and boutiques Midcoast Maine’s natural beauty is augmented by a vibrant year-round scene that boasts a diverse calendar of special interest events and festivals including The Camden International Film Festival, PopTech!, The Camden Conference, the North Atlantic Blues Festival, the Windjammer Festival, the Lobster Festival and the US National Toboggan Championship.
The Owls Head Transportation Museum is grateful to the large community of business supporters and fellow cultural institutions that each contribute to the vibrancy in our part of the world. Whether you are looking to eat, play or stay your options are plentiful. We hope you will visit our Museum and we are pleased to provide a resource guide to assist you in planning your Midcoast Maine experience.
The ultimate white sand beach, breezy, sunny days...a choice of nine dining options, seven bars and lounges, non-motorized water sports, golf, spa and full use of the adjacent Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive…just steps away.
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First National Bank has been serving the financial needs of Maine citizens for over 150 years. The Bank has 16 branches along the coast of Maine from Wiscasset to Eastport, and one inland branch in Bangor. Knox County is served from four locations: Camden, Rockport and two branches in Rockland. First National offers a wide variety of banking services to individuals and businesses including traditional banking products, a full suite of electronic services and trust and investment management services through First Advisors, a division of the Bank.