The email or password you entered isn't correct. If you've forgotten your password, please reset it. Click here
There was an error logging in, please try again.
Log in to Viator
Log in to add things to your wishlist and access your bookings from any device.
Experience Portland, Maine during the winter months with our family owned and operated small group tour. Visit 3 lighthouses for epic photo stops and tour through the working waterfront to see how the lobster industry operates year round. We will also stop at Rwanda Bean, a local coffee shop for a coffee and sweet treat along the way! Food and beverage is not included in the price of the tour. This tour may change slightly each day based on the temperature and weather. The Waterfront Tour is all on land and not by boat!
Curious about Portland's history with railroads, fires, wars, famous poets and Hollywood producers? Join us for a Walk Through Time! This tour begins on Commercial Street and continues for 2 hours through the historic Old Port, downtown and waterfront areas, sharing highlights of Portland's history since 1632. Some of the locations we may feature on your tour include; the lobster statue, the home of Henry Wadsworth-Longfellow and his place of worship, the Eastern Cemetery, the Abyssinian Church, the U.S. Customs House and more. ***Tour duration is two "ish" hours, based on guest engagement and pace of the group. Planning on 2.5 hours for arriving early to check-in and make it back to your vehicle post tour is recommended.
Visitors to Portland can easily miss some of Maine's most stunning sights, since you really need a car to explore the scenic coastline. Avoid the headache of arranging your own transportation, or renting a car, on this guided tour of Portland's must-see sights. Stop in downtown Portland, and visit three lighthouses, including Portland Head Light—an historic lighthouse perched on the rocky coast.
Explore the heart of Portland and head out to see some of the area's hidden gems and less-visited spots with this guided sightseeing tour. Your guide, a born-and-raised Portlander who works as a college librarian by day, shows you off-the-beaten path locations and shares with you all sorts of local lore along the way.
Visit Portland’s scenic coast, historic sites and most vibrant neighborhoods with a sightseeing and shopping tour on a classic fire engine. Get great views of picture-perfect lighthouses and architecture from high up on the engine, and listen to live narration as you tour the city. Learn about Portland’s maritime past as you explore cobblestone streets with enjoy plenty of time to browse souvenir shops and sample the area’s most distinctive foods. Finish your tour in the heart of downtown, near historic wharves, restaurants and boutiques.
Food lovers can explore Portland's historic Old Port independently, but to uncover the best places serving traditional local fare, you really need a guide to lead the way. Taste the best that Portland has to offer on this guided foodie walking tour, complete with stops at up to seven different eateries—and enough tastings to replace a meal. Along the way, your guide offers some stories about Portland's food scene, so you can get familiar with the local culinary stalwarts.
Take a deep dive into Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, and Mt. Desert Island on this half-day bus tour. Since your transportation is provided, you can focus on the scenery and taking in the insightful narrative instead of driving and directions. Make three stops within the town of Bar Harbor and the National Park to witness firsthand the views and wildlife that make this island so special. Stops include Cadillac Mountain, Sieur de Monts Spring, and Thunder Hole.
Cruise Camden’s scenic coast aboard the Appledore II, a historic wooden schooner that's a thrilling taste of traditional Maine sailing. You can take the helm, raise the sails, or just find a comfortable spot on deck; an environmentally-friendly alternative to motorized Camden cruises, this sailing tour is a great way to explore the coast with just the sounds of the wind, sails, and sea to keep you company.
Explore the Portland Peninsula by bike with this guided tour. Start at the Eastern Promenade, making your way along the waterfront bike path until you reach the Back Cove Trail. Your guide takes you to the Old Port to see some of Portland's prettiest old brick buildings, and you learn the significance of local food, history and culture of this area.