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Portland, ME Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 19
Total Sleeping Rooms 2,487
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 289
Committable Meeting Rooms* 11
Convention Center Space 30,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 10,640 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $106
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $56
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $378
*Maximum for a single hotel

Portland, ME Things to Do and Attractions

Old Port

One of the most successful revitalized warehouse districts in the country, Portland's historic Old Port district is a must-visit. This delightful seaside village combines a sophisticated and bubbly entertainment district with an old world working

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Portland Museum of Art

Founded in 1882, the Portland Museum of Art is a treasure trove of over three centuries of art and architecture. Maine's largest and oldest public art institution, the museum is set in downtown Portland's trendy Arts District. Heralded by the Boston

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Tate House Museum

Celebrating Portland's colonial roots, the Tate House is the only pre-Revolutionary home open to the public in region. Built in 1775 for Naval Captain George Tate and his wife Mary, this elegant Georgian townhouse features fine period furnishings,

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Victoria Mansion

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A Portland gem, Victoria Mansion is one of the finest examples of 19th century American architecture and design in the country. Built between 1858 and 1860 for hotelier Ruggles Sylvester Morse, this Italianate villa, also known as the Morse-Libby

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Bull Feeney's

A highlight of Portland's international cuisine scene, Bull Feeney's restaurant celebrates the region's immigrant history with hearty Irish fare and famous Maine seafood. At home in Portland's historic Old Port district, Bull Feeney's warm and

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DiMillo's Floating Restaurant

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A Portland institution, DiMillo's is one of the largest floating restaurants in the country. With every table offering beautiful views, this car-ferry-turned-restaurant rises and falls with the tide twice a day. Famous for its seafood, patrons can

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Serving up a delectable fusion menu, Walter's is the toast of the Old Port District. A trendy Portland hotspot since 1989, Walter's creative cuisine combines flavors from around the globe. Exposed brick walls, high ceilings and an open kitchen add a

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Boothbay Railway Village

Visitors to Portland should take time out to enjoy a stroll through the quaint Boothbay Railway Village. This 10-acre re-created historic New England village features a working narrow gauge coal-fire steam train, historic structures, old fashioned

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Children's Museum of Maine

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Located downtown in the lively Arts District and right next door to the Portland Museum of Art, the Children's Museum of Maine is Portland's place for families. Welcoming nearly 100,000 people per year, the museum offers three floors of interactive

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Len Libby Chocolates Tour

Guests who stop by Len Libby Chocolates in nearby Scarborough are in for a treat literally. A candy maker in Portland for decades, former owner Len Libby sold his shop in 1949 to Fernand Hemond, who promised to uphold the 87-year-old tradition of

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Maine Wildlife Park

Serving as home to animals that were injured, orphaned or human dependent and cannot survive on their own, Maine Wildlife Park has over 25 different regional species. Mountain lions, coyotes, black bears and porcupines are just the beginning of the

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Odyssey Whale Watching

Adventure seekers will not want to miss the chance to get out on the open sea for an exciting whale watching excursion in Portland. Passengers on Odyssey Whale Watching excursions depart from Long Wharf near downtown and cruise up to 20 miles out to

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Portland Observatory

Perched atop Munjoy Hill, the Portland Observatory is the only remaining historic maritime signal station in the United States. Entrepreneur turned sea captain Lemeul Moody established the historic observatory in 1807. From the tower's heights, Moody

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Wadsworth-Longfellow House

Maine's first house museum and the oldest structure on the Portland peninsula, the Wadsworth-Longfellow House dates all the way back to 1786. Located downtown, the home stands as a tribute to the life and times of one of America's greatest literary

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