If you are looking for a fun daytime adventure this summer, Belfast would be the little bustling town that should be on the top of your list.
It's a town that is a mix of many things: historical and creative, fine living and salt-of-the-earth, bustling streets, and rural outskirts. This mix of many things is absolutely evident in its businesses and services in the little coastal town.
It's got coastal views, fine food, a variety of shops for tastes of all kinds and makes for a fun excursion without having to go too far out of the way. With that being said, you could be an older couple enjoying a touristy visit to the local shops or a family looking for an outing out on the bay. No matter what your social situation, there are a variety of things available to you to entertain any person in your party.
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Some of the unique finds in Belfast are the surprises of a candy shop, a yarn store, an old book shop, and a nature walk on an old rail roadbed. All of these unique experiences while walking through the history of Belfast on a self-guided tour. And, all of these unique experiences within blocks of each other.
It's such an interesting location to visit for Maine locals and for tourists visiting Maine. It's a great adventure that should be on anyone's bucket list of this lifetime.
Escape to Belfast this summer with our handy-dandy essentials list for you to check out while you are walking the streets of one of Maine's gems on the coast.
37 Essential Things To Do And See In Belfast
If you are visiting Belfast as a resident of Maine or as a tourist from out of state, this little town has a lot to offer those from near and far. With the help of TripAdvisor.com's list of Belfast attractions let's check out this comprehensive list of creative, historical, unique, and tasty finds that await you in Belfast, a bustling town on the coast of Maine.
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