NEARBY MUSEUMS, PLAYHOUSES & MOVIE THEATERS

       MUSEUMS

Portsmouth Maritime Museum

Year-round guided tours of U.S. Navy submarine. 600 Market St., Portsmouth. 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. daily in summer; Columbus Day until Memorial Day, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Admission charged
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Children's Museum of Maine

Located in the Arts District in downtown Portland, the Children's Museum of Maine features a wide variety of interactive exhibits and activities for children and families! Including: Our Town, which features a lobster boat, an interactive supermarket, a vet clinic, a fire truck, a farm, a soft gated play-and-learn area for toddlers, and a car repair shop.
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Seashore Trolley Museum

Ride by rail through the Maine countryside aboard one of our restored early 1900's electric streetcars. Witness the sights and sounds of a very important bygone era in American transportation history. Learn how streetcars moved the people who built our major cities, and how they helped develop the suburbs surrounding them.
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Strawbery Banke Museum

Dedicated to the study of the lives of these people and others who left their mark on Portsmouth's history. A few are well known: Washington and Lafayette, Daniel Webster and John Paul Jones, Paul Revere and Admiral George Dewey. But most were more typical figures, merchants and seamen, fathers and mothers, native born and immigrant.
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Ogunquit Museum of American Art

543 Shore Road - Ogunquit, Maine
Open July 1- October 31
(207) 646-4909
The Ogunquit Museum of American Art engages and educates a diverse audience by collecting, exhibiting, preserving and interpreting American art from the nineteenth century to the present. The Museum integrates its unique artistic heritage and setting to enhance visitor enjoyment and understanding of art.
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Kennebunk Brick Store Museum

117 Main Street - Kennebunk, Maine
Open year round: Tuesdays - Fridays: 10 am-4:30 pm and Saturdays, 10 am-1 pm
(207) 985-4802
The mission of The Brick Store Museum is to preserve the rich heritage of the Kennebunks for year-round residents, seasonal visitors, and future generations through the collection, preservation, interpretation, and exhibition of its material culture.
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Historical Society of Wells/Ogunquit

938 Post Road - Wells, Maine
Opened Memorial Day - Columbus Day Tuesday through Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.;
Columbus Day - Memorial Day Wednesday & Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.;or by appointment.
(207) 646-4775
Historic Meetinghouse and Society fosters understanding and appreciation of history for the enlightenment and education of the community and its visitors.
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       PLAYHOUSES

The Ogunquit Playhouse

10 Main Street – Ogunquit, Maine
(207) 646-5511
Founded in 1933 and has been entertaining visitors and locals alike for the better part of a century. The Ogunquit Playhouse continues to carry on its legacy as “America’s foremost summer theater” to this day.
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Hackmatack Playhouse

538 School Street – Berwick, Maine
(207) 698-1807
Founded in 1972 by S. Carleton Guptill. He envisioned a summer stock theatre that would showcase the talents of professional and developing thespians from the regional area.
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Arundel Barn Playhouse

53 Old Post Road – Arundel, Maine
(207) 985-5552
Live, professional, l musical theatre productions running from June to Labor Day. The Playhouse enjoys an enthusiastic and loyal audience of Maine year-round and summer residents. Tourists visiting the southeastern Maine area find an evening of old time summer theatre in a barn irresistible.
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Sanford Maine Stage Company

Variety Shows and Live Performances. Sanford Maine Stage (SMS) has a strong community base. We believe theater is an important art form and it belongs in Sanford/Springvale and the surrounding communities.
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Leavitt Theatre

(207) 646-3123
259 Main Street Route 1
Ogunquit
New Movies, Live Shows
The Leavitt Fine Arts Theatre is Ogunquit’s historic cinema. Since 1923 the Leavitt has shown first run films.
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       MOVIE THEATERS 

Leavitt Theater

259 Main Street – Ogunquit, Maine
(207) 646-3123
This traditional 1920s theatre gives you the perfect combination of past and present. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night enjoy one of the top box office movies in this fun, old-fashioned theatre. Located right in the center of Ogunquit, it is truly a unique and memorable experience. Check the event board in the lobby for show times.
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Wells Flagship Cinema

75 Wells Plaza – Wells, Maine
(207) 216-9738
Local theatre features all of the top box office movies right in downtown Wells. Check the event board in the lobby for show times.
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Saco Cinemagic (IMAX):

779 Portland Road – Saco, Maine
(207) 282-6234
IMAX’s revolutionary projection technology, consisting of film and digital projection systems, delivers crystal-clear images with a level of quality that is far above ordinary projection standards. IMAX movies are designed to educate and enlighten as much as entertain.
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Smitty’s Cinema

1364 Main Street – Sanford, Maine
(207) 490-0000
Smitty’s offers a unique dining and movie experience. Depending on the cinema your movie is playing in, the tables are designed to accommodate two to eight people. Provided seating are plush leather chairs that recline. Food and beverages (including beer and wine) are served throughout each show.
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