Category: Main Street Maine News

Jul 19
Visit These 10 Maine Pet-Friendly Downtowns!

Vacationing in Maine with your dog? No problem! The team at Main Street Maine has scouted Maine’s ten Main Street communities and listed here are a number of pet-friendly places and events.

  • Augusta, Maine
Feb 19
Where to eat on Main Street Maine?

The team at Main Street Maine has scouted out our 10 nationally recognized historic, year-round Maine downtowns and listed here are some great restaurants. From great local cafes to a […]

  • Augusta, Maine
Dec 27
Last weekend of 2018 events & New Year’s Eve parties on Main Street Maine!

This is it! Just a few more days before we celebrate the exciting new year.  Let’s end 2018 on a high note. The team at Main Street Maine has scouted […]

  • Augusta, Maine
Oct 10

A great fall getaway! With the arrival of autumn, we are winding down our summer garden activities, and are shifting our focus to our homes and our interiors. Now is a wonderful time to create or refresh a retreat that will keep us cozy and welcome our guests throughout winter. This seasonal urge to decorate makes fall the perfect season for antiquing. In this article, Main Street Maine makes shopping for antiques in Maine easy and much more interesting. Intrigued?

  • Augusta, Maine
Sep 24
Discover Maine’s iconic downtown buildings

Maine’s downtowns are home to hundreds of beautiful historic buildings. These edifices retain the character from the days when downtown was the destination for shopping, entertainment and jobs. In the […]

  • Augusta, Maine
Aug 18
Main Street Maine: Explore the great indoors!

Maine's historic downtowns are particularly attractive when the great outdoor isn't an option.

  • Augusta, Maine
Aug 01
Never go hungry (or thirsty) in Biddeford, Maine!

As Biddeford continues its renaissance, the downtown has found its foodie niche. The city’s oldest establishment — Reilly’s Bakery — serves up donuts, pastries and cakes to generations of loyal […]

Jul 19
Olde Federal Building in Augusta – One of Maine’s finest surviving examples of Romanesque Revival architecture

The Old Post Office and Court House is a historic former federal government building at 295 Water Street in downtown Augusta, Maine. Built in 1886-1890, it is one of Maine’s finest surviving examples […]

Jul 11
Ten Main Streets in Maine you should absolutely visit!

Ten Main Streets in Maine you should absolutely visit! The following 10 year-round historic downtowns have earned the National Main Street designation >>>

  • Augusta, Maine
Jul 03
Lunch with a view, perched above the Kennebec River gorge! (Skowhegan, Maine)

You might have driven many times above the 1977 Margaret Chase Smith Bridge and never noticed the wonderful Old Mill Pub that is perched atop the banks of the Kennebec […]

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