explore Portland online

Visit Portland, Maine
The official travel site of the Greater Portland Convention and Visitors Bureau, and a wonderful online introduction to the city. Explore the islands and Casco Bay, the historic Old Port and authentic waterfront, boutique shops and art galleries and so much more.

Portland, Maine: America’s Most Livable City 2009 in Forbes Magazine
“Portland is a lively city incorporating the character of yesteryear into a modern urban environment. Historic architecture blends gracefully with the new as you stroll along her working waterfront or the cobblestone streets of the restored Old Port section of the city.”

Portland, Maine: America’s Top 10 Healthy Places to Retire in U.S. News and World Report
“To make the most of this next stage of life, you have to be healthy. And whether you practice yoga or heighten your mental acuteness and flexibility, soak up the panoramic views at the highest peak of a hiking trail, or get a rush when a gust of wind hits the sails, where you spend your later years can make all the difference.”

Portland’s Downtown District
“Portland is an old seacoast town. It is also a funky city filled with galleries, one-of-a-kind boutiques and shops, and incredible restaurants serving everything from traditional New England clam chowder to nouveau cuisine. Portland is the banking capital of northern New England, home to major international law firms, import/export companies, and modern high-rise office buildings.”

Portland Museum of Art
“The Portland Museum of Art’s extensive collection of fine and decorative arts dates from the 18th century to the present. Works by Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent, Rockwell Kent, Marsden Hartley and Andrew Wyeth showcase the unique artistic heritage of Maine.”

Portland Public Library
“ recently expanded and completely redesigned library provides a diverse collection of books and other resources, with access to information resources worldwide.”

Portland Symphony Orchestra
“Whether your taste leans towards serious music or music that is serious fun, you’ll find much to delight in this season.”

Maine Magazine 

Downeast Magazine

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