The Best Things To Do in Bath, ME

Doubling Point Lighthouse in Rafael Macias by Ogunquit Collection

In Bath, Maine and looking for something to do? There is a lot to do in mid-coast Maine, but you don’t necessarily have to be on the coast to enjoy the area. Plan your next vacation with some of these in mind:

Downtown Bath

“If you can’t find it downtown, you don’t need it!” Straight from locals’ mouths, Downtown Bath has everything you’re looking for, from grocery stores to local artisanal shops, and everything in between. Bath, located 12 miles from Sebasco, is the closest city to us. It has all kinds of shops, dining, and entertainment when you’re feeling tired of the sunset on our stretch of coastline. 

Maine Maritime Museum

Explore Maine’s seafaring history just 11 miles from Sebasco Harbor Resort! Lots of rotating exhibits, a historic shipyard and more open year round. It’s definitely worth the trip

Chocolate Church Arts Center

Built in 1847, this church-turned-performing arts center features plays, musicals, dance performances, and more. They offer visual arts and gallery exhibits year round, as well. 

Thorne Head Nature Preserve

The trails at this popular nearby property are open free of charge to the public from dawn to dusk. Hike, picnic, and take in the views of this gorgeous area. Dogs are welcome if leashed.

Within an Hour Drive: Botanical Gardens in Boothbay

Open year round, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens is a people’s garden, a grassroots effort that became the largest botanical garden in New England. Located on 295 tidal acres along the MidCoast in Boothbay, the Gardens offers a true Maine experience. These gardens are accessible, and the exhibits change depending on time of year