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Portland, Maine Landmarks

The landmarks listed below are located in the city of Portland, Maine.

Abyssinian Meeting House

Abyssinian Meeting House
Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, 04101
The Abyssinian Meeting House is a historic church building in Portland, Maine. Built 1828-1831 by free African-Americans, it is Maine's oldest African-American church building, and the third oldest in the nation.

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, 04101
The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is an historic cathedral in Portland, Maine that serves as seat of the Diocese of Portland.

Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine

Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine
Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, 04101
Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine is located in the Arts District of downtown Portland, Maine and features a wide variety of interactive exhibits and activities for children and families.

Cross Insurance Arena

Cross Insurance Arena
Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, 04101
Cross Insurance Arena is a multi-purpose arena located in Portland, Maine. Built in 1977, at a cost of US$8 million, it is the home arena for the Maine Mariners of the ECHL.

Fort Gorges

Fort Gorges
Portland, Cumberland County, Maine
Following the War of 1812, the United States Army Corps of Engineers proposed that a fort be built on Hog Island Ledge, in Casco Bay at the entrance to the harbor at Portland, Maine.

Merrill Auditorium

Merrill Auditorium
Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, 04101
Merrill Auditorium is a 1,908-seat auditorium located in Portland, Maine. Originally known as Portland City Hall Auditorium, it is located in the eastern section of Portland City Hall.

Old Port

Old Port
Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, 04101
The Old Port (sometimes known as the Old Port Exchange) is a district of Portland, Maine, known for its cobblestone streets, 19th century brick buildings and fishing piers. The district is filled with boutiques, restaurants and bars.

Portland City Hall

Portland City Hall
Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, 04101
Portland City Hall is the center of city government in Portland, Maine. It is set in a prominent rise, anchoring a cluster of civic buildings at the eastern end of Portland's downtown.

Portland Museum of Art

Portland Museum of Art
Portland, Cumberland County, Maine
The Portland Museum of Art is the largest and oldest public art institution in the U.S. state of Maine. Founded as the Portland Society of Art in 1882, it is located in the downtown area known area The Arts District in Portland, Maine.

Portland Observatory

Portland Observatory
Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, 04101
The Portland Observatory is a historic maritime signal tower. Built in 1807, it is the only known surviving tower of its type in the United States.

Tate House

Tate House
Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, 04102
The Tate House is a historic house museum near the Fore River in the Stroudwater neighborhood of Portland, Maine.

Victoria Mansion (Morse-Libby House)

Victoria Mansion (Morse-Libby House)
Portland, Maine, 04101
Victoria Mansion, also known as the Morse-Libby House or Morse-Libby Mansion, is a landmark example of American residential architecture located in downtown Portland, Maine.

Most Popular Portland Landmarks

  1. Victoria Mansion (Morse-Libby House)
  2. Old Port
  3. Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine
  4. Portland Observatory
  5. Fort Gorges
  6. Portland Museum of Art
  7. Merrill Auditorium
  8. Abyssinian Meeting House
  9. Tate House
  10. Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

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