Really neat town stores up and down the many streets of Bar Harbor. Find hand-painted paintings, fabulous photos, T-shirts galore, great restaurants, icecream and even fudge just for starters. Sherman's Book store/ Toy Store is a must for children. Very crowed in the summer months and very noisy, but good for visiting and then staying outside of town.
Cities near Bar Harbor
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This is New England's only national park and, as such, well worth a visit while touring the great outdoors of the region. Adults will love the scenic tranquility, and kids will love the numerous activities and the opportunity to become a Junior Ranger.
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This town on Mount Desert Island (home to Acadia National Park) is quieter than the main town of Bar Harbor, but there are still many great inns and restaurants to enjoy. The town is a working lobster fishing center as well.
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One of the best places to spend a vacation
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Winter Harbor is a lovely place on the Schoodic Peninsula. Perfect for a week long getaway in the summer. The area villages are Gouldsboro, Birch Harbor and Corea. The Schoodic Peninsula is home to the Acadia National Park and the famous Schoodic Point where you can see huge waves crashing into the ledge rocks. Come visit!
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Blue Hill is a charming village settled in 1762 and known as an arts center. Kneisel Hall offers chamber music, Flash in the Pans steel drum community band hosts Monday night street dances and New Surry Theatre stages live performances in the Town Hall. Hiking Blue Hill Mountain is a time-honored pastime. Shops and restaurants make strolling through town quite ...
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Blink your eyes and you'll zip right past this one. A cute little town that feels more residential than commercial. Not a lot here. The real highlight is the surrounding area.