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Portland Explorer City and Lighthouse Tour

Portland Explorer City and Lighthouse Tour - Cape Elizabeth, United States

Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes
Location: Cape Elizabeth, United States

From USD
$29.00

Whether this is your first visit or you've lived in Portland for years, you’ll explore the Greater Portland area from a new perspective.
Travel through downtown Portland with a local lobsterman and hear about the working waterfront, commercial fishing industry and more!
Next, visit 3 lighthouses and spend 45 minutes walking around and taking pictures at historic Portland Head Light. 2 more photo stops are included on the tour, whether we get out at Spring Point Head Light, Bug Light or Eastern Promenade.
Transportation provided in a temperature controlled 12 passenger Ford Transit ... More info ›

Whether this is your first visit or you've lived in Portland for years, you’ll explore the Greater Portland area from a new perspective.
Travel through downtown Portland with a local lobsterman and hear about the working waterfront, commercial fishing industry and more!
Next, visit 3 lighthouses and spend 45 minutes walking around and taking pictures at historic Portland Head Light. 2 more photo stops are included on the tour, whether we get out at Spring Point Head Light, Bug Light or Eastern Promenade.
Transportation provided in a temperature controlled 12 passenger Ford Transit. Your guide provides tips for dining and activities during your stay in Portland, Maine.
Call us directly for information on booking a custom or charter service tour!

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Pass By: Commercial Street, Portland, Maine

Whether this is your first visit or you've lived in Portland, you’ll explore the Greater Portland area from a new perspective. Come explore Commercial street, located on one of North America's last working waterfronts. Here you will see the cobblestone streets, 19th century fishing wharf's housing commercial lobstermen and other fisheries. Commercial street is located in the Old Port district and offers numerous boutiques, restaurants and bars for locals and visitors to enjoy.

Stop At: Portland Head Light, Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Walk around the park, take photos, visit the gift shop or purchase a lobster roll.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Bug Light Park, South Portland, Maine

Stop briefly for a photo opportunity.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse, South Portland, Maine

Stop briefly for a photo opportunity.

Duration: 5 minutes

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The Real Portland Tour

The Real Portland Tour - Cape Elizabeth, United States

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: Cape Elizabeth, United States

From USD
$27.00

Welcome to my hometown! Hop aboard for an authentic 90 minute sightseeing tour of Portland and 3 lighthouses with an experienced guide who is a real local, born and raised in Portland, ME.
Get an insider’s look at the current happenings and rich history of my hometown ... More info ›

Welcome to my hometown! Hop aboard for an authentic 90 minute sightseeing tour of Portland and 3 lighthouses with an experienced guide who is a real local, born and raised in Portland, ME.
Get an insider’s look at the current happenings and rich history of my hometown. We’ll go where other tours go, and then I'll take you places other tours don't - you'll see hidden gems and learn little known facts about Portland and the great state of Maine that only a real local knows!
As a college librarian I'm always researching the hidden history of Portland, while at the same time keeping on top of what's new in town and visiting as many local establishments that I can. I take pride in representing this city, and providing an informative and entertaining tour, delivered with a true Mainer's sense of humor.
This is The Real Portland Tour!
Check my website for a complete listing of tour days, times, and availability.

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Pass By: Commercial Street, Portland, Maine

We start at historic Commercial Street, the heart of Portland's working waterfront. See original cobblestone and brick that was laid in the 1850s.

Pass By: United States Custom House, Portland, Maine

See one of the most beautiful granite buildings in all of Portland.

Pass By: Fort Allen Park, Maine

We'll drive through Fort Allen Park and get a majestic view of Casco Bay and its Calendar Islands. Also get up close views of memorials from the Civil War, Spanish American War, and WWII located in the park.

Pass By: Eastern Promenade, Portland, Maine

You'll see the Victorian era homes once owned by sea captains and merchants that line the Eastern Promenade, as well as Eastern Promenade Park which offers endless views of Casco Bay, islands, and forts.

Pass By: Portland Observatory, Portland, Maine

We'll get a great view of the only remaining maritime signal tower in the U.S.

Pass By: Eastern Cemetery, Portland, Maine

Hear about the legends and lore regarding the oldest cemetery in Portland, first established in 1668.

Pass By: Congress Street, Portland, Maine

One of the busiest streets in all of Maine, we'll see Portland's eclectic downtown, Monument Square, and arts district.

Pass By: The Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception, Portland, Maine

The neo-Gothic architecture of this cathedral built in 1869 dominates the skyline of Portland.

Pass By: The First Parish Portland Unitarian Universalist, Portland, Maine

This church is the oldest in Portland, and you'll learn about its rich history.

Pass By: Wadsworth-Longfellow House, Portland, Maine

See the home where Henry Wadsworth-Longfellow grew up and wrote his early poetry.

Pass By: Arts District, Portland, Maine

We'll tour the center of downtown Portland, and its highly acclaimed Arts District.

Pass By: Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine

See one of the finest art museums in New England, and learn about its exhibits.

Pass By: One Longfellow Square, Portland, Maine

See the statue of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, born in Portland in 1807.

Pass By: Victoria Mansion, Portland, Maine

Get an up close view of the Victoria Mansion, the finest example in the country of a 19th century Italianate brownstone.

Pass By: Fort Williams Park, Cape Elizabeth, Maine

We enter one of the most beautiful parks in the state, Fort Williams Park, and drive to Portland Head Light (located in the park) where you will be let off to explore.

Stop At: Portland Head Light, Cape Elizabeth, Maine

This iconic lighthouse located within Fort Williams Park is the most photographed lighthouse in the country. Walk right up to the lighthouse, explore Fort Williams Park, and take in the views of Maine's rugged, rocky coastline.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Fort Preble, South Portland, Maine

Get an up close view of Fort Preble (one of the oldest forts in Casco Bay) and learn about its storied history.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse, South Portland, Maine

Get out for a photo of Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse, and its 900 foot long breakwater connecting it to the shore.

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Bug Light Park, South Portland, Maine

Enjoy panoramic views of the Portland skyline from this beautiful park that sits directly across the bay from Portland.

Pass By: Liberty Ship Memorial, South Portland, Maine

Get an up close view of the Liberty Ship Memorial, and learn about the thousands of shipbuilders who worked here during WWII.

Stop At: Portland Breakwater Lighthouse, South Portland, Maine

Get a photo of Portland Breakwater Light (affectionately called "Bug Light" because of its small size).

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: John Ford Statue, Portland, Maine

Get an up close view of this statue dedicated to one of the most distinguished movie directors in history, and learn about his connections to his hometown of Portland.

Pass By: Old Port, Portland, Maine

See the center of the bustling downtown/waterfront district known as the Old Port. Learn the history of this vibrant area of Portland that is home to countless eclectic shops, businesses, and world class restaurants and bars.

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2-Day Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor Tour from Boston

2-Day Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor Tour from Boston - Cape Elizabeth, United States
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Duration: 2 days
Location: Cape Elizabeth, United States

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$116.66

This 2-day tour to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, Maine is a great overnight getaway from Boston! Enjoy roundtrip transportation, spectacular views in the National Park, and fresh lobster and blueberries in Bar Harbor. A quick stop at the Portland Head Light on your return to Boston caps off a fun, relaxing trip through New England! 

Your tour will depart from Boston in the early morning as you begin your drive up to Acadia National Park in Maine (entrance fee not included) ... More info ›

This 2-day tour to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, Maine is a great overnight getaway from Boston! Enjoy roundtrip transportation, spectacular views in the National Park, and fresh lobster and blueberries in Bar Harbor. A quick stop at the Portland Head Light on your return to Boston caps off a fun, relaxing trip through New England! 

Your tour will depart from Boston in the early morning as you begin your drive up to Acadia National Park in Maine (entrance fee not included). The park is considered the smallest National Park in the US, but features stunning views in all seasons! Your first stop inside is beautiful Sand Beach, tucked away between two walls of solid pink granite. To the south, the beach is open to the sea with spectacular views ideal for pictures.
Continuing your tour you'll drive up to Cadillac Mountain and stop at Thunder Hole, where you may have the chance to experience its thunderous sound. Atop the pink granite Cadillac Mountain, you'll be able to take in the sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Frenchman Bay. Cadillac Mountain is the highest point along the North Atlantic seaboard and one of the first places in the United States to see the sunrise.  
Your next stop will be Jordan Pond, which is recognized by the distinctive shape of the two mountains- the “Bubbles”. The water in the pond is extremely clear and, when it's calm, you can see the rocks on the bottom of the pond and enjoy the mirrored reflection of the “Bubbles”. Your first day ends after Jordan Pond with a relaxing stay in your local hotel accommodation.
The next morning, you'll depart from your hotel for Bar Harbor. There, you have the option to take a cruise (ticket fee not included) to learn about the local wildlife like harbor seals, bald eagles, and sea ducks. During the cruise, your captain and staff will speak about Maine lobster and the long tradition of lobstering in the area. At lunchtime, you are free to seek your own lunch and enjoy steamed Maine lobster, lobster ice cream, blueberry ice cream, blueberry pie or even some blueberry beer- classic staples of Maine!
After enjoying lunch in Bar Harbor, your group will begin the drive back to Boston. On the way, you'll make a stop in Portland Head Light. Here, you can partake in an optional visit to the historic lighthouse located in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. First lit in 1791, making it the oldest lighthouse in the state. Portions of the building, which is located in Fort Williams Park, serve as a maritime museum. (admission fee not included) .  Afterwards, the tour will complete its final leg and return your group to Boston.

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Private Lighthouse Sightseeing Charter on a Vintage Lobster Boat

Private Lighthouse Sightseeing Charter on a Vintage Lobster Boat - Cape Elizabeth, United States

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Cape Elizabeth, United States

From USD
$350.00

Step aboard a vintage Maine Lobster Boat for a private, 2-hour lighthouse viewing & sightseeing charter.  Leave the crowds behind as we tour the islands of Casco Bay and pass by 4 lighthouses, historic 19th century forts, and the scenic Maine Coast.  Why board a larger, more crowded tour boat when you can enjoy our personalized service on a private tour? Charters depart from Portland's Old Port or from our dock, where free parking is available ... More info ›

Step aboard a vintage Maine Lobster Boat for a private, 2-hour lighthouse viewing & sightseeing charter.  Leave the crowds behind as we tour the islands of Casco Bay and pass by 4 lighthouses, historic 19th century forts, and the scenic Maine Coast.  Why board a larger, more crowded tour boat when you can enjoy our personalized service on a private tour? Charters depart from Portland's Old Port or from our dock, where free parking is available.  Perfect for families and small groups, each charter is private for groups of up to 6.

Each charter includes a captain as well as a deckhand who will serve as your guide.  You will meet your guide at Bell Buoy Park, 72 Commercial Street, Portland ME.  This is adjacent to the Casco Bay Lines Ferry Terminal.  Your guide will escort you down the ramp to the water taxi dock and assist you with boarding MONHEGAN, our vintage lobster boat.
You've undoubtedly seen Maine's lighthouses in pictures and on TV, but now you can view them from the water on your own private boat!  Commissioned by George Washington in 1791, Portland Head Light is Maine's oldest and arguably most iconic lighthouse.  On our way, we will pass by Bug Light, Spring Point Ledge Light, Fort Gorges & Fort Scammel.  Your guide will point out these and other interesting sights as well as any wildlife we encounter.  
From Portland Head Light, your captain will navigate past Ram Island Light and then through some of Casco Bay's islands.  You will watch Maine's rocky, tree-lined coast slip by as you relax on our deck chairs.  MONHEGAN is a very stable vessel, and she is outfitted with a retractable weather cover so your comfort aboard is assured.  If you wish, you can bring aboard food or beverages, and your guide will be happy to assist in serving.  MONHEGAN is stocked with glassware, plates, and utensils.  We provide a cooler with ice and bottled water on all charters.  Alcohol may be responsibly consumed by our guests of legal age.  Your guide is happy to assist in serving. 
Throughout the cruise, guests will find ample opportunities for photos.  This is a fantastic way to see some of the best sights in the Portland area and will certainly be one of the highlights of your time in Maine.

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Full Day Maine Lighthouse Trail Tour from Nashua NH

Full Day Maine Lighthouse Trail Tour from Nashua NH - Cape Elizabeth, United States
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Cape Elizabeth, United States

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$149.00

Take this 1-day Maine Lighthouse Trail tour and see multiple lighthouses. Learn the history of the lighthouses, how the lighthouses are maintained and the many chores of the lighthouse keepers ... More info ›

Take this 1-day Maine Lighthouse Trail tour and see multiple lighthouses. Learn the history of the lighthouses, how the lighthouses are maintained and the many chores of the lighthouse keepers. The tour includes a stop at Stonewall Kitchen, one of New England's leading producers of jams, jellies and relishes, where you'll have the opportunity to sample over 50 different products. A traditional lobster lunch (chicken option is also available) is also included.

You will depart from New Hampshire at 7:30am for a 1-day tour to see 5 different lighthouses in Maine.
The first stop is a visit to Stonewall Kitchen for a sampling of their products. Stonewall Kitchen is a leading producer of jams, jellies, and relishes in New England. They put out 50 different products to sample and taste.
Next it is on to Nubble Light, one of the most photographed lighthouses on the Maine Coast. There is a gift shop, artist painting and an ice-cream stand.
Lunch will feature a Maine Lobster Lunch (chicken option is also available).
Then it is on to visit the Portland Headlight and learn why George Washington commissioned a fort at this point and ordered a signal fire to be lit. The tour continues and you will see either the lighthouse at Spring Point or Bug Light. Several lighthouses will be seen today, while learning how the lighthouses are maintained and the many chores of the lighthouse keepers.
A brief stop will be made at Kennebunkport Maine for shopping.
The tour is approximately 9 hours and ends when you return to your original departure point.

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