Boothbay Harbor Vacations
Boothbay Harbor in Central Coast has a population of some 1,000 people.
Augusta, the state capital, is about 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the north of Boothbay Harbor, while Portland is 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the southwest.
To see the cultural side of this city, head to one of its many museums. Among the best museums to visit here are the Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum, the Arctic Museum and Arctic Studies Center and the ever-popular Skolfield-Whittier House.
If you’re looking for a green oasis don’t miss Barrett Park or the popular Fisherman's Memorial Park. Have a picnic, listen to bird song or relax with the locals at these popular parks in Boothbay Harbor.
The Boothbay Harbor area has some superb links, ensuring golf fanatics can always get their fix. Work on your drives and putting while on vacation; book a few holes at Brunswick Golf Course or Boothbay Golf Course.
To get inspired, go and see the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, one of the most remarkable museums in Boothbay Harbor. If you are an art enthusiast or a collector, this is the perfect place to enjoy the atmosphere and learn more about art and history.
Boothbay Harbor boasts botanical gardens where you can reconnect with nature among many plant species. Take the time to learn about the diverse range of flora on display.
One of the most photographed monuments and heritage buildings in this region is the Boothbay Railway Village. This atmospheric place gives tourists the chance to learn about an important chapter in human history. Enquire about a guided tour, get photographs and discover the local history.
Lighthouses are often wild, evocative places; the Burnt Island Living Lighthouse on the Boothbay Harbor coastline is one of those places. This lighthouse is a great spot learn about the area’s past, feel the salty wind in your hair and to witness ever-shifting moods of the sea below.