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The town that surrounds our hotel in Rockland has a certain craggy charm that captures the very best of Maine. For many years, we were called “the town that went to sea” because of our prowess at building wooden ships. Today, Rockland still boasts the largest windjammer fleet in the country and the perfect harbor to host them all. To see how much of the town used to look, make sure to visit the “Museum in the Streets.” Using photography taken 125 years ago, Rockland has posted 25 plaques around the city that show the historic photos. Plaques are near where the pictures themselves were taken, so it's easy to see how the town used to appear. Interestingly, much of the area around our hotel in Rockland still looks the same! Penobscot Bay, protected by a mile-long water break, is the perfect place to spend the day sailing. The Farnsworth Art Museum boasts work from famous Americans ranging from James Wyeth to Gilbert Stuart. Hitch a ride on the Maine Eastern Railroad for a journey through our seaside towns, past the stunning sailboats, Maine foliage and rocky bluffs. Service runs between Rockland and Brunswick.
Reserve your room today at our Hampton Inn & Suites® hotel in Rockland, ME, and be sure to ask us for some tips on how to enjoy all our gorgeous Maine town has in store for you.
MI=Miles BLK=Block KM=Kilometers MT=Meters YD=Yards
Whatever the reason for your visit, we hope you'll enjoy these fun ways to relax and keep in shape.