Portland, Maine, US
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Approximately 5 Hours
Meals not included
See two of Maine's most famous destinations: the Portland Head Light and Kennebunkport.
Visit Fort Williams Park on the rocky coast of beautiful Cape Elizabeth. Fort Williams was a military outpost for coastal defense serving the United States from the Spanish-American War to the Korean War.
Don't miss the Portland Head Light commissioned by George Washington in 1791 -- the oldest lighthouse in Maine and one of the most photographed lighthouses in the country.
You will also stop in the charming coastal village of Kennebunkport to view stunning Federal- and Victorian-style homes built by wealthy sea captains and merchants in the 1700s and 1800s. Watch for the Wedding Cake House and Walker's Point -- the Bush estate and former Summer White House, which world leaders often visited. Enjoy free time to explore and time for lunch (at your own expense).
Stretch your legs at Dock Square in the center of Kennebunkport, where art galleries, antique shops, and upscale stores make a charming town center.
Wear comfortable walking shoes. Tour requires walking approximately five minutes each way at the Portland Headlight.