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Portland's heart is the lively Old Port of narrow cobblestone streets and restored brick warehouses filled with shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. The district has a working waterfront, too, where fishermen haul in the day's catch.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
The Old Port Exchange is really the heart of downtown Portland. It's a collection of 19th-century brick buildings originally constructed to support the vast export and fishing industries. Today, this quaint, restored area houses specialty shops, restaurants and pubs.
|Visit the Victoria Mansion, one of America's most significant Victorian homes, dating back to 1858. The interior is all original, with antique furniture, carpets, ceramics and wall decorations.|
|19th-century poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was raised in the Wadsworth-Longfellow House in downtown Portland. Tour his home, and see an interesting collection of Maine's historical artifacts.|
|Discover Kennebunkport, a truly classic Maine village. See Victorian-style mansions built by sea captains and 19th-century merchants. Stroll the same quaint streets as famous resident, former President George Bush. Visit the center of town, Dock Square, and immerse yourself in the fashionable boutiques, shops, galleries and small restaurants.|
|Shop 'til you drop in Freeport, home of the world-famous L.L. Bean® and over 100 other stores, from designer boutiques to unique Maine artisan shops.|
|Come see the Portland Head Light lighthouse illuminate over 200 years of history. George Washington ordered its construction in 1787. Today it is the most photographed lighthouse in North America, and deserves a snap in your photo album.|
Portland has the most breweries per capita in the country. The seven breweries, all of which offer tours, include Allagash Brewing Co., Casco Bay Brewing Co., D.L. Geary Brewing Co., Gritty McDuff's, Shipyard Brewing Co., Sebago Brewing Co. and the Stone Coast Brewing Co. These local microbreweries cater to diverse tastes. Robust ales, light pilsners, creamy stouts and flavored specialty beers are all produced here.
The official currency of the United States is the U.S. Dollar (USD).
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