This is a tender port. The harbor and waterfront are within blocks of the downtown area.
There is also a permanent Visitor Information Center located adjacent to Harbor Park and the Public Landing.
The quaint city of Rockland, Maine is home to charming redbrick facades, and its pastoral outskirts have been known to inspire notable American artists such as Andrew Wyeth and Thomas Cole. Experience the breathtaking landscapes and enchanting small-town way of life.
The Farnsworth Art Museum has amassed an amazing collection of the best art showcasing the state. Spend an afternoon strolling through its halls, and make sure you stop by the Wyeth Center, a repurposed United Methodist Church which has been converted to house the large works of three generations of Wyeths.
Satisfy your curiosity for lighthouses at the Maine Lighthouse Museum, home to the country’s largest collection of lighthouse and U.S. Coast Guard artifacts.
Take a 2-mile stroll to and from the Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse, a 19th century lighthouse that’s open during the summer and fall seasons.
The Maine State Ferry Service terminal, with service to several Penobscot Bay islands, is within walking distance of downtown.
Take a day trip to Camden, Belfast or around the beautiful Saint George Peninsula.
Camden is considered by some to be one of the most beautiful places in New England. Its town motto is "where the mountains meet the sea". Camden is home to many affluent families with breathtaking estates and mansions dotting the hills and oceanside.
The city’s main export is lobster, so expect many lobster-based dishes to please your palate during your stay – from one-, two- and three-pound lobster dinners to tantalizing lobster bisques and rolls. Dishes are paired with traditional American sides such as corn on the cob, coleslaw and potato salad.
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