On July 8th, 2016, Acadia National Park with officially turn 100 years old! Join the celebration of Acadia’s centennial by becoming a part of the 2016 year long ‘community-based, world-welcoming celebration’. Find out more at http://www.acadiacentennial2016.org.
People have been drawn to the rugged coast of Maine throughout history. Awed by its beauty and diversity, early 20th-century visionaries donated the land that became Acadia National Park. The park is home to many plants and animals, and the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Today visitors come to Acadia to hike granite peaks, bike historic carriage roads, or relax and enjoy the scenery.
Courtesy of Acadia National Park
Diver Ed’s Dive-In Theater is a two- or two-and-a-half-hour scenic boat ride out into Frenchman Bay in Acadia National Park, where Diver Ed & his sidekick “Mini Ed” dive down to the ocean floor with specially equipped video and sound equipment, allowing you to see and hear the ocean floor in real time from the comfort of the deck.
At the end of the dive, Ed & Mini Ed return to the boat – and so do the creatures! Touch tanks allow you to observe, handle – and sometimes even kiss – these strange and mysterious beings before they are returned safely to the sea. You will be amazed at the colors, the textures and the variety of animal life beneath the waves.
Courtesy of Diver Ed’s Dive-In Theatre website.
For as long as people have dreamed, they have been fascinated by the idea of flight, looking skyward with wonder and amazement. Today ACADIA AIR TOURS can make that dream your reality from one of our four unique Aviation Adventures. We offer Scenic Tours of Acadia National Park in either a two passenger open cockpit BIPLANE, a two passenger GLIDER, or a four passenger CESSNA 182 SKYLANE. We also offer AEROBATIC WARBIRD RIDES for the more adventurous in our authentic WWII Navy “SNJ”. Which ever flight you choose, you are sure to transform an ordinary day into an extra-ordinary experience of a lifetime. **GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE**
Courtesy of Acadia Air Tours website.
Mama Dimatteo’s, Bar Harbor
Cafe Drydock, Southwest Harbor
Chart Room Restaurant, Hulls Cove (just 2 miles or so from us)
Jack Russell’s Steakhouse, Bar Harbor
2 Cats Cafe, Bar Harbor
Trenton Bay Bridge Lobster Pound, Trenton
Havana, Bar Harbor (downtown)
Downeast Deli, Bar Harbor (downtown)
Bar Harbor Whale Watch, Bar Harbor (downtown, at the pier)
Altantic Brewing Company Tours
Clark Point Inn, Southwest Harbor
Bark Harbor, Bar Harbor (downtown)
For a full list of local activities visit Acadia Magic