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230 State St, Augusta, ME 04330-6845
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Let’s Roam’s Augusta Scavenger Hunt: America’s Dearest Capital
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Let’s Roam’s Augusta Scavenger Hunt: America’s Dearest Capital
Let’s Roam is the #1 app-led scavenger hunt company. Walk to all the best landmarks and hidden gems, answering trivia questions and solving challenges. Work with your team or compete against them, as you learn new facts and create memorable experiences. Let’s Roam Scavenger Hunts are great as an everyday activity, or for bachelorette parties, birthday parties, corporate team building events and more! Each player chooses an interactive role, with challenges varying by person.
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Lots of interesting Maine history. Came up on a rainy day from Boothbay Harbor last fall, and it was well worth the drive.
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We came to Augusta to see this museum. It was amazing. We enjoyed our walk through the museum. So many wonderful things to see and so much history. We really enjoyed our visit. The museum is $3 and worth more then that!!! We will definitely take visitors there when we have them
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We visited this museum on October 16. There is a garage with free parking for visitors in Sewall Street. This is a classic state museum with information about the indigenous, early settlers, industry and how the Mainers lived. No modern multimedia to consult information.
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This museum must rank highly on your "bucket list". If your are a native and you have not taken the time to visit this facility then you can not refer to yourself as an authentic Mainiac. Maybe a little over-stated but this museum is very much worth your time. Take your
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While we visited Augusta for Fort Western, the French and Indian site that also served Benedict Arnold and Aaron Burr during the Revolution. Unfortunately, it was closed (restricted hours during off season). At a local state office, someone suggested we try the Maine State
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