Econo Lodge Maine Mall
80 John Roberts Road
South Portland, ME 04106
Phone: (207) 772-3838
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A National Historic Landmark, this significant Georgian style home is one of only two residences in Maine with an unusual clerestory in the gambrel roof and is the only pre-Revolutionary home in the Greater Portland area that is open to the public. Features of this magnificent home include fine period furnishings, beautiful grounds, and an 18th century herb garden.
The Scarborough High School is a monumental schooling site in the Scarborough region in Maine. It offers education to the students from Grade 9th through Grade 12th. The school focuses on the overall development and excellence of its students. For admissions and other details, check website.
Located on less than one acre of land, the Henry Wardsworth Longfellow Monument got it's name through the intersection of the statue placed against the Longfellow Square. The monument was a bronze statue of the poet Henry Wardsworth that was placed sitting on a chair on a pedestal. The statue construction began three years after the death of the poet and is a great place to visit especially for poetry lovers and lovers of the poet.
Built between 1858 and 1860 for the wealthy Ruggles Morse and his wife Olivia, the Victoria Mansion or Libby Morse as it is commonly known as, boasts a stunning architectural facade. The pride of Portland indeed, this mansion houses some stunning remnants of pre-civil war era. On your way out, stop by at their shop, and pick up some jewelry, Victorian-styled cards, books, toys and bric-a-brac.
Spread over 239 acres of land, the Evergreen Cemetery is a cemetery in the style of a garden. Popular as one of the largest cemeteries of the state, this cemetery has a beautiful entrance, the greenary around makes one feel fresh. The surrounding is absolutely stunning ans peaceful. A great place for people to mourn over their loved ones and also a great place for an evening walk.
Fur traders, seamen and Indians alike are woven throughout the rich history of the Port of Portland. This maritime attraction has launched and harbored legions of ships including the world's largest passenger liner, the RMS Queen Mary II. Today the port is known as the largest seaport in New England.
The largest city in Maine, Portland also serves as the administrative center in Cumberland County. Established as an official city in 1786, this city is nicknamed The Forest City. Often argued to be the financial and retail capital of the state, Portland is home to thousands of thriving industries and businesses. Rife with history and interesting happenings all round the year, it features many places of interest and tourist attractions like the Old Port, Longfellow Arboretum and many more.
Following five years of elaborative efforts, the United States Custom House in Maine's Portland was established in 1872. The building was designed by Alfred B.Mullett, who amalgamated Second Empire and Renaissance Revival style in its architecture. Housing three floors, the first and second stories are home to the Customs Room, and since 1983, offices of the U.S. Coast Guard have occupied the basement of the building.
Located on the site of three historic 19th century shipyards, this award-winning brewery produces English style beer made with true English ingredients in an English style brewing process. Brewery tours are available. A gift shop is also on site.
The last remaining maritime signal tower in the nation, this historic observatory features informative exhibits on maritime history and breathtaking views of the harbor. Daily tours are available from Memorial Day through Columbus Day.
The Eastern Promenade, better known as Eastern Prom, is a historic promenade and recreation area. This park offers ample facilities to visitors and has something for everyone. This scenic promenade located along the Casco Bay offers stunning views and serenity; you can sit here all by yourself and read your favorite book or simply get along you friends for an afternoon picnic. The Eastern Prom also features tennis/basketball courts, playground; sports like kite flying, swimming are also played here. Apart from that, it also hosts nature walks, marathons, cultural events and concerts on a regular basis. All in all, Eastern Promenade makes for a perfect picnic spot with family and friends alike.
Tours and tastings are available upon request at this award-winning microbrewery that produces the only year round Pilsner in Maine, as well as the Riptide Red Ale. They won the 2000 World Bear Cup Gold Medal.