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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.
Uncover Portland's culinary scene as you eat your way through the historic Old Port area with this small-group walking tour. You and your fellow food tasters will get a chance to try cuisine from six of the best area restaurants -- be prepared for everything from Italian fare to locally sourced seafood. You’ll also get an insider’s look at the local food scene, with the opportunity to meet local chefs at some of your stops.
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.
Follow the trail through downtown Portland to find objects and solve puzzles that let to get you know the city. This scavenger hunt downloads to your phone for free, then leads you through the city to learn and discover. You'll have access to a remote guide the whole time and get to see your stats on the leaderboard to compete against other groups.
Zombie Scavengers tests your ability to survive after a Zombie Apocalypse. The game leads you through the city, where you will have 60 minutes to collect survival items for your colony.The Setting:Small colonies of the living are doing all they can to survive. You and your team have been tasked with scavenging for survival supplies for your colony. You’ll only have 60 minutes to figure out which items you'll need and find as many items on the list as you can. Your Mission: With 1 hour and your team of up to 10 people, you will use your smartphone to search the area for much needed food, supplies, and shelter. Along the way, you will be asked to do some challenges or answer some trivia questions. The goal is to score at least 4000 points in 1 hour in order to survive the zombie apocalypse!PS. Our game is family friendly, no actual zombies are involved in the scavenger hunt.
This scenic walk brings you through one of the most beautiful vistas in Portland, Maine. It starts with a spectacular overlook of Portland Harbor, Casco Bay and the islands, and continues down by the waterfront to East End Beach. Along the way, you’ll hear stories from a local about what it was like growing up on Munjoy Hill and having access to the Eastern Prom. As you cross the railroad tracks, you’ll hear from the engineers that keep the historic steam engines running. Included are tips on what birds to look out for depending on the time of year. Put on a pair of headphones and start the tour by downloading the app. The audio plays automatically at exactly the right place using your smartphone’s GPS. You may pause the walk at any time to take in the view. This self-guided tour is narrated by Dianne Ballon - a sound artist, sound designer and an avid bird watcher. She invites you to discover through sight and sound the Eastern Promenade — a place she returns to in all seasons.
This tour introduces a mix of some of the areas oldest and newest locally-owned establishments while showcasing the culinary creativity that is alive and well! Bring your appetite for food, stories, and facts about the vibrantly local food economy offered year-round in the harbor. Join our friendly, local tour guides and be introduced to 4 locally-owned businesses to explore and taste their delectable, native-to-Maine foods. Enjoy a lively walk to restaurants and a gourmet food and cheese shop while you taste your way through town! Don't worry if it's cold outside. Our partners and their foods will warm you up with Maine award-winning crabcakes and cocktails, seafood chowder or seasonal soup in freshly baked bread bowls, a visit to taste the craft beers at the newest harbor brewery paired with local munchies, mediterranean platters with local vegetables and meats with hot teas or coffee, then ending on a sweet note with the needham, a uniquely Maine confection.