When you have finished exploring Freeport's
centerpiece, the LL Bean Store, find the latest styles in apparel at...
...Brooks Brothers, the
Lauren Factory Store, Burberry Factory Outlet, Anne Klein, and
many of the other clothing stores.
pick up a pair of shoes, a handbag or accessories, at...
...the Dooney & Bourke
Outlet, Cole Haan Company Store, or the Coach Factory
What if you're gift shopping in Freeport? Bridgham
British Goods, Crabtree and Evelyn or Cool as a Moose may have the
perfect unique gift.
Not to mention all of good buys on...
...jewelry, luggage, candles, books, kitchen
supplies, sporting goods, candy and
confections, pottery, antiques, and arts and crafts. You are
sure to stay busy and have a hard time
keeping your wallet closed!
Freeport, Maine Attractions
To many a visitor, Freeport is all about
shopping. But, don't be fooled. There are PLENTY of
other things to do in Freeport.
Atlantic Seal Cruises will take you on Casco
Bay for a narrated Seal
and Osprey Watch, or let them take you on the Eagle Island Adventure
to visit the museum home of Admiral Perry, the first man to reach the
trails, picnics and oceanfront shorelines are waiting for you at
and Campground and
Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park, with
its Ospreys from nearby Googins Island, and its wide open salt marshes.
For more outdoor activity there is great
fishing as well as nearby golf.
Or, check out an unusual phenomenon at The Desert
of Maine in Freeport...
On display at this 300
acre sand lot, once fertile farmland, is a 1783 Barn Museum - the Farm
- antique farm tools, sand paintings, and giant sand dunes.
Along with many family activities the Desert of Maine also
offers narrated coach tours, walking tours, a gift shop and the Desert Dunes of Maine Campground.
And, as your day draws to an
end, but you're not quite ready to say goodnight,
head out to the Freeport
Performing Arts Center or the Freeport
Or, just a twenty minute
drive to Portland
can catch a movie,
followed by a visit to a lively night club.
How long can you stay? With all it has
to offer, surely you don't want to see Freeport in just one day. No
matter what type of get-away you are looking
...a romantic weekend, a
two day shopping spree, or an extended rest and relaxation break,
you're likely to find a great home away from home nestled somewhere
close to shopping, dining and sightseeing.
As diverse as your shopping options are in
Freeport, so are your Freeport lodging choices. You will be able to
choose between quaint
inns and cozy
bed and breakfasts...
...such as the
Clipper Inn Bed and Breakfast, the Harraseeket Inn,
restored 1800's farmhouse, Kendall
Tavern Inn Bed and Breakfast, or...
chain hotels like the Hampton Inn, Best Western, Comfort Suites,
Holiday Inn Express, and Hilton
Garden Inn, or locally
thoughtfully decorated in
The list of Freeport, Maine lodging
and designed to reflect every budget. And, if your timing is
right, you may even be able to sleep under the stars at one of the campgrounds
in Freeport. The folks at...
...Cedar Haven Campground,
Desert Dunes of Maine Campground, and Recompence Shore Campsites look
forward to seeing
If you want to visit Freeport, Maine -
Yarmouth and beyond - but don't like the idea of spending time
behind the wheel, Maine native, Dan Collins, will be happy to help you
out. He owns AB
Cab Co (207-865-2222) and not only offers airport, train
and bus connection service, but also driving tours of local
attractions, time calls, package deliveries and lunch deliveries!
Dining in Freeport, Maine Restaurants
Have you ever noticed how much better food tastes
when you are away from home? Well, with the sea air swirling
around you in Freeport, Maine, it is nearly impossible for the local
creations not to taste all that much better.
Whether you are on a day trip to
staying for several, you will find more dining options that you can
take in. Maine seafood, most notably the succulent
is waiting for you at nearly all restaurants
in Freeport, Maine.
In the late spring, summer and early fall, you can
capture Maine at its best at the...
Lunch and Lobster. Sit
indoors, or out to enjoy views of beautiful South Freeport Harbor, a
working harbor with a colorful display of powerboats, sailboats and
However, it is not ALL about seafood in Freeport.
You will find other appetizing selections at the
many breakfast cafes
and fine dining
restaurants that are
within an easy walk or drive from wherever your day's travels have
And yes, you will be able to find fast-food in
Guaranteed, you have never seen a McDonald's quite
like the one built into the historic Gore House in Freeport.
Inside and out, its uniqueness is evident, including a menu
which seasonally may entice you with blueberry milkshakes and
affordable Maine lobster rolls!