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Project Puffin Visitor Center

186 Reviews
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Project Puffin Visitor Center

186 Reviews
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311 Main St, Rockland, ME 04841-3303
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Camden Lighthouses and Lunch Day Sail
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Camden Lighthouses and Lunch Day Sail

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See the best of&#xa0;Camden&#xa0;while&#xa0;sailing Maine’s magnificent rocky coast on the elegant Appledore II! Feel like an adventurer from the 19th century while enjoying state-of-the-art accommodations on a modern windjammer. With wide decks, you can stroll and take in the sights without needing to duck the rigging. Limited to only 30 passengers, there is abundant seating on which to make yourself comfortable for your intimate daytime sail.<br><br>Explore the Western coast of Penobscot Bay, with its historic lighthouses, majestic coastal mountain vistas, and rugged coastline while under full sail aboard a traditional wooden schooner.<br><br>Lunch is served onboard and consists of Schooner Clam Chowder, Lobster Salad in lettuce cup w/fresh baked baguette Roasted Corn Potato Salad and homemade pie for dessert<br><br>Cocktails, beer, soft drinks and a refreshing summer wine selection are available for purchase with proper I.D.<br><br>(Please note that lighthouse viewing is subject to wind and weather conditions.)
$74.95 per adult
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Karen R wrote a review Jul 2020
Camden, Maine3 contributions1 helpful vote
I'm being a jerk giving this a 1-star rating because I checked all over their website and there was nothing indicating it was closed due to the covid virus. We had to drive all the way there only to see the sign that the facility was closed. That's fine and it's closed I get it; however, I don't understand why they can't just put a banner on the website.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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OutdoorKidz wrote a review Oct 2019
Omaha, Nebraska778 contributions204 helpful votes
This small but informative spot helps educate about the ongoing puffin conservation endeavor along the east coast. Lots of displays and facts are shown, and a knowledgeable staff member is on hand to answer any questions. A tiny gift shop is inside the front door, but they have lots of items to examine and purchase. No admission to enter this visitor center, but a donation box is available for any who wish to make a voluntary contribution to their project.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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David C wrote a review Oct 2019
Coventry, Rhode Island2,431 contributions183 helpful votes
It was 5 years since I’ve been here. It’s always good to see the progress of the puffins. They set up new maps and an exhibit. Still a cool place to visit and buy some puffin gear.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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dbeaupre49 wrote a review Oct 2019
333 contributions60 helpful votes
Lots of knowledge in a tiny space. The gift shop was sweet as well. All Puffins if you Love Puffins stop in.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Anonymous855 wrote a review Sep 2019
Trabuco Canyon, California1,254 contributions402 helpful votes
It's a very small shop but easy to find on the main street. Consider it's worthwhile work and purchase an item after seeing the short documentary. Thank you volunteers.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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