Attractions

Known fondly as America's Happiest Seaside Town, Scarborough is home to many attractions and only seven miles to many more attractions in nearby Portland.

Old Orchard Beach Pier

Old Orchard Beach Pier

Located in Old Orchard Beach, The Pier offers five unique restaurants and bars all in one convenient location. OOB Pier is the place to be.
Location: 2 Old Orchard St, Old Orchard Beach
Phone: 207-934-3595
Portland Head Lighthouse

Portland Head Lighthouse

Cape Elizabeth is the home of Portland Head Light. Situated along the spectacular shores of Fort Williams Park, at 1000 Shore Road, the popular landmark is owned and managed by the Town of Cape Elizabeth, Maine. The Park is open year round from sunrise to sunset.
Location: 12 Captain Strout Cir, Cape Elizabeth
Scarborough Marsh

Scarborough Marsh

Scarborough Marsh is a 3,200-acre saltwater marsh owned by the state of Maine and managed by the state`s Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife as a wildlife management area.
Location: 92 Pine Point Road, Scarborough
Phone: 207-883-5100
Richard Hunnewell House

Richard Hunnewell House

The Hunnewell House is one of the oldest surviving structures in the United States state of Maine. Located on Old County Road near Black Point Road in Scarborough, Maine, this modest single-story building was probably built in 1702-03 by Richard Hunnewell, who had first settled Scarborough in 1684.
Location: Scarborough, Maine
Winslow Homer Studio

Winslow Homer Studio

The Winslow Homer Studio is the historic studio and home of the artist Winslow Homer, which is located on what is now Winslow Homer Road on Prouts Neck in Scarborough, Maine.
Location: 5 Winslow Homer Road, Scarborough
Phone: 207-775-6148