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The Weather in Boothbay Harbor
Above are the weather conditions for Boothbay Harbor. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 14° in January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is September.
Be amazed by sea views at a Boothbay Harbor vacation rental
Opting for a vacation home in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, situates you along one of the most memorable stretches of coastline in the United States. With fat lobsters aplenty in the seaside restaurants, sublime sea views, and vibrant cultural and brewing scenes in nearby Portland, there’s much to see in the area.
Maine's greatest museums
The Portland Museum of Art will be at your doorstep when you stay at a vacation home in Boothbay Harbor. Culture fanatics will be thrilled by the American greats represented in the collection, from the atmospheric paintings of Edward Hopper to the works of Louise Nelson, Andrew Wyeth, and European artists such as Monet, Degas, and Picasso. Another must see is Longfellow House, a fascinating historic building that you'll marvel at. The mid-Georgian style house was built in 1785, and was the family home of celebrated American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Mad Hatter tea parties
The Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine is home to a variety of interactive exhibits that kids are sure to love. Ukelele classes, Mad Hatter tea parties, and scientific experiments are just some of the events that take place here throughout the season. Meanwhile, the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co. & Museum focuses on the importance of trains in the state. Learn about this fascinating history through rides and interactive exhibitions brought to life by passionate experts.
Pints in Portland
Portland, Maine's largest city, is well worth the hour's road trip along the coast. Full of history, it retains a small town vibe. With a relaxed waterfront and plenty of green space, its cobblestone streets are frequented by an eclectic yet chic crowd. The brewing scene is especially well developed – hop from hop-shop to brew house on a beer crawl through town.
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