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Woodlawn Museum
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Abbe Museum
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Ruggles House
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Burnham Tavern
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Roosevelt Campobello
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Tides Institute
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 Waponahki Museum
 

A TIME CAPSULE OF AMERICAN HISTORY

Pristine Coastlines and Wondrous Forests Reflect a Rich Historic Legacy of Cultures

 

Discover this area of austere beauty dotted with rural towns largely intact from the 19th century. With pristine coastlines and wondrous forests, the region reflects a rich historic legacy of cultures beginning with Maine's first inhabitants the Wabanaki People, to French, British and Colonial settlements, to more recent arrivals and summer residents seeking retreat and relaxation. All the museums have important collections from objects, images and stories of Maine's Native Americans, lumber barons, Revolutionary War veterans, renowned artists and public figures. Boasting architecturally significant structures, ranging in age and style from the Revolutionary War to the Federal Period and the Victorian Era, each location offers unique, enriching and the total experience for every visitor.



The Bold Coast of Maine...is a 125-mile coastal, with a very little bit inland area from Millbridge all the way to Lubec. Passsing through towns such as Jonesport and Machias north and east to Serovital. In Lubec, the Bold Coast winds around Cobscook Bay up to the Eastport waterway. A four-season area with lots to offer Mainers and tourists alike. For


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