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  • Blake H
    Fort Smith, AR79 contributions
    This is a walking trail along the ocean in Ogunquit. Wonderful views. A relaxing walk. Amazing houses on the other side. One end at Perkins Cove and the other into downtown Ogunquit near shopping and restaurants. This is a must do.
    Written 19 May 2022
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  • Blake H
    Fort Smith, AR79 contributions
    What a great little area. Restaurants ,shopping and just walking around. Don’t miss this place if you are in the area. Small cove with lobster boats and even offer lobster boat tours which we did and was great. At the beginning of Marginal Way walk which is a must do also.
    Written 19 May 2022
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  • NHjo
    Saco, ME4,468 contributions
    Ogunquit Beach is great any time of year, but February can be rough, especially when it's 10 degrees with the wind chill factor. There were some brave souls walking the beach and surfing, and some miserable-looking seagulls hanging out in the parking lot, but I just stopped by to enjoy the views and snap a few pictures while passing through.
    Written 19 February 2022
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  • ch1225
    Hollister, CA80 contributions
    We saw Mystic Pizza which was really well done. The playhouse itself is now in a tent because of COVID. I think that considering the restrictions, they have done very well. Yes, it was cold but we were warned and dressed appropriately. The seats are situated in pods of two and arranged so that the stage is visible. The parking is extremely well organized but a problem if you want to leave early. I phoned to make reservations and the person answering was extremely helpful. The production is very professional and I wouldn't hesitate to go there again. In fact, I might make a detour to Ogunquit just to go to a show!
    Written 31 October 2021
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  • TonyLNH
    Derry, NH57 contributions
    Unexpectedly beautiful sunset environment. Fantastic beach walk with easy, free parking pre-season. Thoroughly enjoyed our stress relieving visit while our house was sold...
    Written 4 May 2022
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  • Andrew B
    Somerville, MA1,016 contributions
    The OMAA is on the smaller size. Yet it has a fabulous selection of art inside. It also has a terrific outdoor sculpture garden. The staff are friendly and professional. If you don’t get hooked by the art you’ll get hooked by the view and setting.
    Written 1 May 2022
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  • Champy
    New York38 contributions
    A beautiful beach and area, but also crowded during peak seasons which is obvious, but not great for some people.
    Written 27 July 2021
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  • BOSTONTravler
    Boston, MA124 contributions
    Love this store but always over spend! They carry unique gifts and home decor. Fun to shop and spend.
    Written 18 January 2022
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  • KimShunTao
    11 contributions
    Really really really great lobsters, clams and mussels. Very welcoming. We have been coming here for years and this place never strays from being a treasure.
    Written 1 October 2021
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  • Maurene_K
    Dover, NH9,359 contributions
    Romanesque and Romanesque Revival architecture aren’t very common in New England; so, when I was passing this Romanesque Revival building, I had to stop to admire it.

    The stone construction, gabled roof, double doors at the entrance, and rounded tower made it look more like a small castle or a church.

    Inside, I was greeted by the two librarians. They were friendly and helpful.

    I learned that it was built as a library, not a church. It was on the National Register of Historic Places.

    Looking around, I found that the tower had a staircase inside.

    The library had a fireplace. That was the original heating system from when the library was built in 1897.

    The two chairs in front of the fireplace created a cozy spot to sit and read on a winter afternoon. I plan to revisit then.

    There was other comfortable seating to use at the reference table.

    Browsing, I found a small section on local history.

    There were a many selections in Fiction, Non-Fiction, and Children’s books.

    In the Non-Fiction, I came across a book I’d seen prominently displayed in another library just as it was here. It was “1493: Uncovering the New World Columbus Created” by Charles Mann that explains the impacts on Europe and The Americas of Columbus’s exploration. He'd also written "1491" about The Americas before Columbus's arrival.

    At the time of my visit, the library was getting ready for a book sale.

    There was something of a relic on display ~ the original manual card catalog that was used before automation.

    Although relatively small, I rate Ogunquit Memorial Library at 5.0, based mostly on the stunning architecture.

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    Written 16 July 2021
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  • LisaJCapeCod
    Cape Cod118 contributions
    We happened upon the Leavitt the other evening on a short visit to Ogunquit, and heard live jazz outside. Lovely! Then decided to come back for a free viewing of The Princess Bride the following evening. What an awesome vintage theater! Beautifully decorated, great seating for dinner, good menu selection, truffle parmesan popcorn was decadent. Would definitely come back. Unique experience!
    Written 1 September 2021
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  • Bill L
    Ogunquit, ME12 contributions
    Whenever we come to Ogunquit we always stop here. The quality and uniqueness of the merchandise is almost as good as the customer service. The owner, Randy, is very personable with old school customer service skills. Prices are reasonable for the quality. Has private off street parking next to the shop
    Written 25 July 2019
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  • Dr. Brandon Campo
    Barre, VT4 contributions
    Everyone who attended the park was kind. There was so much for the dogs to do and place to roam, including the trail.
    Written 22 October 2020
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  • Susan P
    Pennsylvania17 contributions
    Last time we went to this antique shop was nine years ago. We felt that it has managed to maintain about the same level of merchandise - still lots to look at and interesting items to buy. Better than most shops we visited in the area. Convenient parking too which is important in Ogunquit.
    Written 28 September 2019
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  • Adventure Diva
    Manchester, CT1,658 contributions
    Devoted to Native American heritage, this rustic local museum preserves exhibits and documents related to Ogunquit's past. Check out their genealogical library which is very interesting. There are volumes of family history, town and regional history here.
    Written 30 May 2021
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