Maine & Acadia National Park - Inland Maine (PDF Chapter)
This is the Inland Maine chapter from Lonely Planet’s Maine & Acadia National Park guidebook.
This inland corridor offers some fascinating areas to explore. The former lumbering boomtown of Bangor has a pleasantly old-fashioned main street and architectural intrigue (including Stephen King’s spooky mansion); Maine’s state capital, Augusta has one of the state’s best history museums.
- get an ample dose of Maine history, from its lumberjacks and ice harvesters to lobster fishers and industrialists, in Maine State Museum’s wide-ranging collection
- tour the old Shaker buildings and learning about fascinating Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village
- discover Bangor’s past inside an 1836 mansion at Bangor Historical Society
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Augusta, Bangor.
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