Best of Portland and the South Coast
- Where to Go
- The Best of Vermont
- Rumblings of Revolution
- New, New England Dining
- Boston’s Artistic Expression
- Vermont Leaf Peeping
- Into the Wild
- Vermont Skiing at Its Best
- Visit Vermont’s Maple Sugar Shacks
- Connecticut for Kids
- Vermont’s Covered Bridges
- A Shore Thing
- Vermont with Kids
- Portland Maine Art Galleries
- Small-Town Flavor
- Connecticut’s Wine Trails
- New Hampshire’s Farmers Markets
- A Weekend of Vermont Art
- Family Matters
- Maine Wilderness Camps
- Vermont Cheddar Houses
- Connecticut Spas
Old York Historical Society: Tour any of the organization’s beautiful old homes for an authentic taste of early Maine.
Marginal Way: Ogunquit’s mile-long seaside pathway gives ample views of sea crashing on the rocks below.
Perkins Cove: A historic lobster fishing port turned shopping area is filled with crafts and character.
Portland Head Light: Maine’s oldest lighthouse, and arguably its most majestic sits on a dramatic rocky headland.
Portland Museum of Art: From Homer to Renoir, the American and Impressionist works at this 19th-century museum are a collection not to be missed.
L. L. Bean Factory Store: The fam- ed outfitter’s original (and discount) retail space is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
© Michael Blanding and Alexandra Hall from Moon New England, 2nd Edition