Fort Foster in Kittery Point offers three small beaches, an extensive trail system, restroom facilities in season, picnic areas and old military fortifications.
Named for Major Andrew McClary, who died at the Battle of Bunker Hill, Fort McClary is an historic military site that protected the Piscataqua River...
Nautical artifacts and town memorabilia. Located on Route 1, just north of Kittery Traffic Circle, Kittery, Maine. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. or by appointment.
A fabulous collection of stores including, among others, top names like Liz Claiborne, Ralph Lauren, J. Crew, Banana Republic, Jones of NY, The GAP, Eddie Bauer, J. Jill, Pfaltzgraf, Cole Hahn, The Children's Place, Brooks Brothers, Pac Sun, Van Heusen, Old Navy, Nautica, Reebok and many more.
The mysterious and massive building across the river from Portsmouth is former U.S. Navy prison, abandoned since the 1970s.
Seafari is a 44-foot, USCG-certified for 100 miles and 20 passengers, sportfishing vessel. Equipped with full amenities, Seafari will provide you with a memorable day...
Seapoint Beach, near Gerrish Island off winding Route 103 in Kittery Point, faces north and is somewhat rocky.
The Star Theatre at the Kittery Community Center offers a unique venue for live theater, music, dance, and other performance events. The newly-transformed space offers state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems and retractable seating for 171.
Take Flight is Maine's leading aerial adventure course and adventure zip tour. Located on Route 1, Kittery, Maine, it's a family adventure you don't want to miss.
The Dance Hall Kittery curates a wide and wild range of globally sourced musical influence and is the Seacoast’s premier spot for an intimate yet...