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Narrated Sightseeing Tour of Portland, Maine, Aboard a Vintage Fire Engine

Narrated Sightseeing Tour of Portland, Maine, Aboard a Vintage Fire Engine - Portland, Maine
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Duration: 50 minutes
Location: Portland, Maine

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$24.00

Our 50 minute sightseeing tour of Portland Maine is different from anything else in the area. Come join our knowledgeable guide aboard a Vintage Fire Engine as you travel back in time and relive Portland’s past from a local’s perspective ... More info ›

Our 50 minute sightseeing tour of Portland Maine is different from anything else in the area. Come join our knowledgeable guide aboard a Vintage Fire Engine as you travel back in time and relive Portland’s past from a local’s perspective. Enjoy lighthouses, Civil War forts, fantastic views, interesting stories, and a multimedia experience with images from Maine’s history on the Fire Engine’s large flat screen TV. We are very unique sightseeing tour only offered in Portland Maine.

Portland Fire Engine Co. operates a unique narrated sightseeing tour of Portland, Maine aboard a Vintage Fire Engine. We explore the peninsula of Portland and its many lighthouses and forts as well as the amazing architectural buildings hidden inside the cobble stoned streets that make up our wonderful city. The tour is a great way of reliving Portland’s past. Viewing the area while high up on the Fire Engine gives amazing views of Casco Bay as well as fantastic opportunities for photographs.

The tours are approximately 50 minutes in length and are fully narrated by a very knowledgeable guide while displaying high resolution photographs from the Maine Historical Society via our on-board multimedia system, which includes a large flat LED TV. Tours require a minimum of 4 passengers to run, with a maximum of 13 people per Engine. Larger groups/parties will be split up allowing time for shopping, eating, or just exploring the Old Port.

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Private Narrated Sightseeing Tour of Portland Maine Aboard a Vintage Fire Engine

Private Narrated Sightseeing Tour of Portland Maine Aboard a Vintage Fire Engine - Portland, Maine

Duration: 50 minutes
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$220.00

This 50 minute sightseeing tour of Portland Maine is different from anything else in the area. Join our knowledgeable guide aboard a Vintage Fire Engine as you and your group travel back in time and relive Portland’s past from a local’s perspective ... More info ›

This 50 minute sightseeing tour of Portland Maine is different from anything else in the area. Join our knowledgeable guide aboard a Vintage Fire Engine as you and your group travel back in time and relive Portland’s past from a local’s perspective. Enjoy lighthouses, Civil War forts, fantastic views, interesting stories, and a multimedia experience with images from Maine’s history on the Fire Engine’s large flat screen TV. We are very unique sightseeing tour only offered in Portland Maine.

Portland Fire Engine Co. operates a unique narrated sightseeing tour of Portland, Maine aboard a Vintage Fire Engine. We explore the peninsula of Portland and its many lighthouses and forts as well as the amazing architectural buildings hidden inside the cobble stoned streets that make up our wonderful city. The tour is a great way of reliving Portland’s past. Viewing the area while high up on the Fire Engine gives amazing views of Casco Bay as well as fantastic opportunities for photographs.

This private tour is approximately 50 minutes in length and are fully narrated by a very knowledgeable guide while displaying high resolution photographs from the Maine Historical Society via our on-board multimedia system, which includes a large flat LED TV.

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Stand Up Paddleboard Tour in Casco Bay

Stand Up Paddleboard Tour in Casco Bay - Brunswick, Maine

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Brunswick, Maine

From USD
$40.00

Learn the basics of stand-up paddle boarding on land before launching at Mere Point in Brunswick for a leisurely 2 hour morning tour of Northwest Casco Bay! We paddle at the speed of our slowest paddlers and try some games. This tour is a great activity for those who have never paddled or want to have a family outing.

Stand-up paddle boarding is a great, fun way to sight-see from the water ... More info ›

Learn the basics of stand-up paddle boarding on land before launching at Mere Point in Brunswick for a leisurely 2 hour morning tour of Northwest Casco Bay! We paddle at the speed of our slowest paddlers and try some games. This tour is a great activity for those who have never paddled or want to have a family outing.

Stand-up paddle boarding is a great, fun way to sight-see from the water. We are likely to see cormorants, sea gulls, osprey, great blue herons, snow egrets, ducks, and we might see fish jumping or a seal. You might watch lobstermen haul their catch and about the colonization of the upper islands.

Paddlers of all ages will love exploring Casco Bay in this protected, scenic, historic area! There will be a break on land where we will stretch and have some snacks.


Begin your small group stand-up paddle board (SUP) tour at 9:30am at Mere Point in Brunswick, where you'll meet your Master Maine Guide, Alice. Get outfitted with your life jacket, paddle, board leash, and a small dry bag (if you want to bring something with you on the water). Your small group will receive a short lesson on shore to get you ready, and then the SUP’s will be carried down to the water. Paddling begins on the knees as the group gets acclimated with the bay. 

After getting your sea legs and standing, the exploring starts in Northwest Casco Bay. Your guide will help look for Osprey, Great Blue Herons, three different species of gulls, sea ducks, bald eagles, and possibly seals during lower tides. You might see a lobstermen fishing and you will paddle around the lobster buoys. You'll see cottages built in the 1900's on islands and the mainland, and hear stories of how this part of the bay was used by Native Americans and colonists. Your guide will talk about island living with no electricity, lobstering, weather, and geologic features of the Maine coast.

After paddling for about an hour, your group will take a snack break on shore, and then paddle back to the Mere Point launch site arriving about 11:30am.

The route of your SUP tour may change depending on weather, tide, and wildlife. Your guide will always know which way to go to have the most fun! We follow 'Leave No Trace' ethics during the tours. Bring a waterproof case if you want to take pictures while exploring on the tour. If the conditions are too windy for a fun and enjoyable tour as determined by your guide, you will offered the same tour on the tidal section of the Androscoggin River in Brunswick, a chance to rebook, or a full refund.

Please arrive between 15 and 20 minutes in advance so that we can get you outfitted and maximize your time on the water.

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Muffins on an Island Sea Kayak Tour in Casco Bay

Muffins on an Island Sea Kayak Tour in Casco Bay - Brunswick, Maine

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Brunswick, Maine

From USD
$50.00

Learn the basics of sea kayaking on land before launching at Mere Point in Brunswick for a leisurely 3 hour morning tour of Northwest Casco Bay!  Usually we paddle south to the end of Mere Point for a photo op and then on to visiting an island for a stretch break, snacks, and shoreline exploring. Then we paddle back by another island to our launching point.

Sea kayaking is an easy, fun way to sight see from the water ... More info ›

Learn the basics of sea kayaking on land before launching at Mere Point in Brunswick for a leisurely 3 hour morning tour of Northwest Casco Bay!  Usually we paddle south to the end of Mere Point for a photo op and then on to visiting an island for a stretch break, snacks, and shoreline exploring. Then we paddle back by another island to our launching point.

Sea kayaking is an easy, fun way to sight see from the water.  We often see different kinds of sea gulls, cormorants, black ducks, mallard ducks, eider ducks, great blue herons, snowy egrets, osprey and sometimes bald eagles. If we are lucky, we will see a seal.

Paddlers of all ages will love exploring Casco Bay in this protected, scenic, historic area! No experience is needed. Single and double kayaks are used on this guided tour by a Master Maine Guide.


Begin your small group sea kayak tour at 8:30am at Mere Point in Brunswick, where you'll meet your Master Maine Guide, Alice. Get outfitted with your life jacket, paddle, and be fitted to your sea kayak. Your small group will receive a short lesson on shore to get you ready, and then the sea kayaks will be carried down to the water to launch.

You'll paddle along the coastline exploring cottages built in the 1900's and talking about island living, while looking for osprey, great blue herons, herring and great black back gulls, sea ducks and possibly seals during lower tides. You might see a lobstermen fishing and you will paddle around the lobster buoys. Depending on weather conditions we'll choose an island to paddle to and take a snack break. After the break, we'll paddle back to our start following a different route. We will return about 11:30am. After landing we will carry the kayaks up to the trailer.

The route of your sea kayak tour will be determined by weather, tide, and wildlife. Your guide will always know which way to go to have the most fun! We follow 'Leave No Trace' ethics during our tour. If you wish to take pictures while exploring on the tour, bring a waterproof case for your camera or phone. If the weather is unfavorable or unsafe for an enjoyable and safe tour as determined by the guide, the option of moving the tour to the tidal Androscoggin River, or rebooking, or full refund will be given. 

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Portland Puzzling Adventure

Portland Puzzling Adventure - Portland, Maine

Duration: 1 to 3 hrs
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$22.99

Turn Portland into a game while partaking on a 2-hour Walking Adventure. Your smartphone will act as your guide, while you solve clues and complete challenges around the city ... More info ›

Turn Portland into a game while partaking on a 2-hour Walking Adventure. Your smartphone will act as your guide, while you solve clues and complete challenges around the city. Entry price is per team.

  1. Choose your own start time and embark on your adventure. With your smartphone as your guide, go on a brain-teasing and educational walking tour of your chosen neighborhood. Visit a series of locations and answer the questions or solve puzzles to receive your next instruction.

There is no need to race as quickly as possible from start to finish. Part of the fun is enjoying the sights, sounds, and tastes of the tour. Before heading to your next location, you’ll have time to eat, drink, enjoy the sights, and use the bathroom while the game clock is not running. You’re only timed on your travel and puzzles.

At the end of your adventure, see your rank based on a combination of your answers to the questions and game clock time.

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Architectural Tour of Tate House Museum

Architectural Tour of Tate House Museum - Portland, Maine

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$15.00

This architectural tour of the Tate House Museum in Portland, Maine offers you an inside look into Greater-Portland's only pre-Revolutionary home still open to the public! Your experienced guide will lead you through the home for about an hour and a half, pointing out and explaining the unique architecture of the historic structure.

The historic Tate House was constructed for Captain George Tate and his family in 1755. A Senior Mast Agent for the British Royal Navy, Captain Tate was successful and his status in the community is reflected by the unique style of architecture he selected for his home ... More info ›

This architectural tour of the Tate House Museum in Portland, Maine offers you an inside look into Greater-Portland's only pre-Revolutionary home still open to the public! Your experienced guide will lead you through the home for about an hour and a half, pointing out and explaining the unique architecture of the historic structure.

The historic Tate House was constructed for Captain George Tate and his family in 1755. A Senior Mast Agent for the British Royal Navy, Captain Tate was successful and his status in the community is reflected by the unique style of architecture he selected for his home.

With its clapboards still unpainted, Tate House is one of two residences in Maine with an unusual subsumed dormer in the gambrel roof. As the only pre-Revolutionary home in Greater Portland that is open to the public, the impressive period furnishings, beautiful grounds and herb gardens, and interesting architecture of Tate House offer an insightful glimpse at the 18th century and life in Colonial Maine. 

Your experienced guide will bring you through the home from the depths of the cellar to the top of the attic. You'll learn about the "marriage marks" in the rafters of the attic, see the base of the home's well-proportioned chimney, and more. 

These tours last roughly an hour and a half and are conducted by request. The architectural tours are generally geared toward age 16 and up.

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