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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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Tate House Museum Admission and Tour

Tate House Museum Admission and Tour - Portland, Maine

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$12.00

Experience a true taste of Portland, Maine's rich Colonial history at the historic Tate House Museum. The Tate House is the only pre-Revolutionary home in Greater Portland that is open to the public ... More info ›

Experience a true taste of Portland, Maine's rich Colonial history at the historic Tate House Museum. The Tate House is the only pre-Revolutionary home in Greater Portland that is open to the public. On this 1-hour tour, see the impressive period furnishings, beautiful grounds, herb gardens, and unique architecture that offers an insightful glimpse at the 18th-century and life in Colonial Maine. Tours of the home and grounds are offered hourly and led by a local guide.

The historic Tate House was constructed for Captain George Tate and his family in 1755. The Tate family had arrived in the Colonies around 1750, while Tate served as the Senior Mast Agent for the British Royal Navy, overseeing the cutting and shipping of white pines from Maine to England.

This position assured Tate's success, and his status in the community is reflected by the 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, herb gardens, and unique architecture of the Tate House offer an insightful glimpse at the 18th century and life in Colonial Maine.

Hourly tours are led by experienced docents who will lead the way through one of the true gems of Maine's colonial history.

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Maddy's Canterbury Horse Race Tour

Maddy's Canterbury Horse Race Tour - Edina, Maine

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Edina, Maine

From USD
$20.00

Have you ever wondered about the life of a jockey or race horse? Now is your chance to find out! Enjoy the luxury of limousine transportation to Canterbury Race Park. Maddy, your guide for a behind-the-scenes Canterbury Park tour, will take you inside the paddock where she'll explain how to size up the horses for betting ... More info ›

Have you ever wondered about the life of a jockey or race horse? Now is your chance to find out! Enjoy the luxury of limousine transportation to Canterbury Race Park. Maddy, your guide for a behind-the-scenes Canterbury Park tour, will take you inside the paddock where she'll explain how to size up the horses for betting. You'll watch a race from the Winner's Circle and even get to be in the photo with the winning horse. Then you'll get to meet some pony horses up close while you enjoy live music. After the excitement of the second race, you'll be taken upstairs to view the Hall of Fame, watch as Paul Allen (voice of the Minnesota Vikings), calls the fourth race. Finally, watch two more races while enjoying a complimentary snack. After the sixth race, we will head back to Erik's Retreat in Edina where you can get another behind-the-scenes look at our guest accommodations. The best part is that you'll be supporting Maddy's dream job of sharing her love of horses. It’s a win-win.

Unless special arrangements have been made, all of our tours begin at Erik's Retreat: 3420 Heritage Drive, Edina. Parking is available on the surrounding streets, or a 1/2 block west on Heritage Drive. (Head west on Heritage Drive. Take a right into our private lot just before the white “Heritage of Edina” sign. Park anywhere within this lot.) Please meet at Erik's Retreat promptly at 5:30 PM.

Erik's Ranch, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides employment opportunities for young adults with autism. All tours are led by young adults with autism. Thank you for believing in all that those with autism can do.

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Sunday Funday Brewery Tour in Portland

Sunday Funday Brewery Tour in Portland - Portland, Maine

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$65.00

Wind down your Sunday on this 3-hour small-group minibus tour! Check out three well-known craft breweries in the Portland, Maine area and end your weekend with a cold one.

For our first stop, we'll be visiting Fore River Brewing Company. Fore River Brewing Company opened in South Portland in early 2016, and they are already the oldest of three breweries in the city ... More info ›

Wind down your Sunday on this 3-hour small-group minibus tour! Check out three well-known craft breweries in the Portland, Maine area and end your weekend with a cold one.

For our first stop, we'll be visiting Fore River Brewing Company. Fore River Brewing Company opened in South Portland in early 2016, and they are already the oldest of three breweries in the city. John and TJ - two friends and avid home-brewers - teamed up with Alex the property owner (who had just sold his landscaping business) to open the brewery. They worked for months to hand craft and perfect their beers and the beautiful tasting room, which has both classic and modern barn elements in the design. Look for an outside beer garden at this spot just across the river from Portland.

The next stop is Maine Mead Works. Founded in 2007 by Ben Alexander, Maine Mead Works strives to reintroduce the world to the oldest of all fermented beverages: a wine made from honey called mead. In collaboration with South African scholar Dr. Garth Cambray, they developed a state-of-the-art continuous fermentation system, bringing mead making into the 21st century. While traditional mead is often heavy and syrupy, you’ll be pleased to find that the team at Maine Mead Works has developed a light, dry, modern take on the formula. Learn about the secret of their success and taste their extensive list of variations, including some invigorating sparkling Ram Island mead blends.

Finally, we will stop at Lone Pine Brewing. After working in the retail side of beer for over a decade, Tom Madden decided that the time was right to break into producing his own beer. A long-time home brewer and Certified Cicerone, he reconnected with his longtime friend John Paul who had been working in the music industry in California. Together, they opened Lone Pine in March of 2016 in a former countertop production space in Portland’s East Bayside, and they are churning out popular hoppy ales for retail sale and enjoyment in their elevated tasting room.

At the end of the tour, we’ll be dropping you back at Old Port Spirits and Cigars, which is a terrific place to continue exploring downtown Portland for the rest of your evening if you desire!

Please note that tour venues and details may change without notice due to unforeseen circumstances.

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Portland Brewery Brunch Tour

Portland Brewery Brunch Tour - Portland, Maine

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$70.00

If you think it's never too early to start drinking great local beer, then this Brewery Brunch tour is perfect for you! Leave the mimosas behind and hop on the bus to check out three trendsetting breweries located in lively Portland neighborhoods.


First up is Bissell Brothers Brewing Co. Bissell Brothers Brewing Co ... More info ›

If you think it's never too early to start drinking great local beer, then this Brewery Brunch tour is perfect for you! Leave the mimosas behind and hop on the bus to check out three trendsetting breweries located in lively Portland neighborhoods.


First up is Bissell Brothers Brewing Co. Bissell Brothers Brewing Co. has a brand new location for their brewery at Thompson's Point. Peter and Noah Bissell, the eponymous Brothers, made a splash in late 2013 when they released their first full-production offering: The Substance Ale. Mainers and visitors alike have been clamoring for their hop-forward American ales, and this amazing new space will increase production by 40% to provide all of us with more Bissell beer.

For our next stop , we'll be visiting Rising Tide Brewing Co. The name of Rising Tide Brewing Company, inspired by the famous quote, “A rising tide lifts all boats,” encapsulates the collaborative spirit of the craft beer industry. This husband- and wife-owned brewery was founded near Allagash in 2010, and moved to the now-bustling East Bayside neighborhood in 2012. They have experienced tremendous growth with the popularity of their core beers like Zephyr and Maine Island Trail Ale. After remodeling and expanding their tasting room, they saw on-site revenue increase by 50 percent. They have expanded yet again, now with a dedicated space for experimental beers brewed with wild yeast and souring bacteria, more space in their existing 5,500 square foot production floor, and an area for private events in a community room.

Last but definitely not least, we will stop at Lone Pine Brewing Co. After working in the retail side of beer for over a decade, Tom Madden decided that the time was right to break into producing his own beer. A long-time home brewer and Certified Cicerone, he reconnected with his longtime friend John Paul who had been working in the music industry in California. Together, they opened Lone Pine in March of 2016 in a former countertop production space in Portland’s East Bayside, and they are churning out American-style Pale and Wheat Ales for retail sale and enjoyment in their elevated tasting room.

Even the snack for this tour is brunch related, as you will enjoy a locally baked breakfast-themed hand pie from our friends at Ten Ten Pie.

After the tour, we’ll drop you back off at Old Port Spirits and Cigars to grab some bottles and cans before continuing your exploration of lively downtown Portland.

Please note that tour stops may change without notice due to events and availability of staff at each venue.

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Thirsty Thursday Evening Brewery Tour in Portland

Thirsty Thursday Evening Brewery Tour in Portland - Portland, Maine

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Portland, Maine

From USD
$70.00

Get a jumpstart on your weekend with this brewery tour in Portland! Hop on the bus and visit three local breweries to get a behind the scenes look and taste the beers that are helping Portland become one of the nation's premier beer destinations.

Our First Stop Foundation is an artisanal brewery. Foundation Brewing Company is an artisanal brewery that exists because the owners are very passionate about brewing and sharing great beer with others ... More info ›

Get a jumpstart on your weekend with this brewery tour in Portland! Hop on the bus and visit three local breweries to get a behind the scenes look and taste the beers that are helping Portland become one of the nation's premier beer destinations.

Our First Stop Foundation is an artisanal brewery. Foundation Brewing Company is an artisanal brewery that exists because the owners are very passionate about brewing and sharing great beer with others. They focus on creating world-class beers that use classic styles as the inspiration for brewing exciting beers that push conventional boundaries.They opened their doors in 2014 and were founded by avid home-brewers Joel Mahaffey and John Bonney. They have continued to expand their production space which more than doubled their size, and their new comfortable tasting room is where we will start our memorable visit.

Next up is Mast Landing Brewing. They were college buddies home-brewing in a garage in Freeport, now they co-own the very first brewery ever in the City of Westbrook. Mast Landing Brewing Company was founded in March of 2016 by Ian Dorsey and Neil Fredrick, two University of Maine alums. They are focusing on brewing very small batch ales that are light in malt character but full on flavorful hops. Their location in a former tire manufacturing facility will give them plenty of space to grow as they move forward.

Last we head to Yes Brewing. Longtime home-brewers John Bigelow and Cam Ingraham wanted their company Yes Brewing to bring something unique to the area craft brewing scene. What if a small brewery could make small batches of typical styles, but then also use very unique ingredients to complement their beer? After partnering with brothers Brady and Troy Frost, Westbrook’s second brewery opened their 2,400 square-foot facility in June of 2017. Quickly people have figured out that mint can exist in an IPA, and that jalapeno pale ale is actually pretty good. Check out how they are able to produce enough of their beer on a small system while sipping on one of their newest offerings.

Once we’ve finished the tour, we’ll drop you back off at Old Port Spirits and Cigars, where you can purchase some excellent beer to take home and can continue your exploration of lively downtown Portland.

Tour stops and itinerary subject to change based on production or facility needs.

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