New in town
Ogunquit’s first Day in the Park, highlighting artisans and craftspeople, will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 16 at the Dorothea Jacobs Grant Common.
c. 1780
The Ogunquit Heritage Museum is housed in the historic Captain James Winn house at 86 Obed’s Lane.
Picturesque perfect
Perkins Cove combines a working waterfront, a restaurant, an art museum, and fine cottages. (
‘A treasured resource’
Built in 1897 in the Romanesque Revival style, the Ogunquit Memorial Library is on the National Register of Historic Places. (
With 39 benches
The Marginal Way, “one of the most painted and beloved places anywhere in America,” is a 1.25-mile oceanfront footpath. (
86th season
The Ogunquit Playhouse – “America’s Foremost Summer Theatre” – opened in 1933 in a renovated garage. The present-day Playhouse opened in 1937. (
Plumb beautiful
Beach Plum Farm’s 22 acres include the remnants of a New England salt water farm; natural landscapes, and wildlife habitat. (Great Works Regional Land Trust,
Sea and shore
Ogunquit Beach offers 3.5 miles of sandy beach coastline, to enjoy deep-sea fishing, whale watching, sailing, kayaking, hiking and golfing. (
Unique in Maine
The Ogunquit Museum of American Art has more than 1,600 pieces in its permanent collection, and is the state’s only museum “devoted exclusively to the exhibition, preservation and interpretation of American Art.” (;
On the Market in and around Ogunquit