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Best things to do in Saint George

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Museum
“Where Forrest Gump ran to! The views are great, worth the drive, nice views of local culture while en-route! ”
12local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
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“Another excellent lobster shack on a working fisherman's wharf. There are other items than seafood on the menu. ”
9local recommendations
Museum
“Depicted, along with its occupants, in many Andrew Wyeth paintings, including, most famously, Christina's World. Owned and Operated by Farnsworth Museum.”
6local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
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“Lobster Pound in Spruce Head. Lovely drive down there and sit by the water.”
3local recommendations
Natural Feature
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Point of Interest
“Monhegan Island is famous for its summer art colony and year-round lobster-fishing community. ”
2local recommendations
German Restaurant
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“This is about 5 miles back up 131 in Tenants Harbor. Excellent fried clams...possibly the best in Maine.”
4local recommendations
Grocery or Supermarket
“This is one of the few places in town where you might be able to buy an NC Wyeth painting for $350,000 or so.”
3local recommendations
Restaurant
“This has been a local hangout for decades. The restaurant is quite good, but, it's the bar scene that matters. (and there is bar food). It's "colorful". There are a lot of characters there every night. You will never be ill-treated, but, almost anything can happen. ”
2local recommendations
Neighbourhood
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Neighbourhood
“Small Maine village with general store, bookstore, chic sundries store, and several delicious restaurants. Most businesses are seasonal, check with hosts for business hours.”
1local recommendations
Restaurant
“Delicious food prepared by a friendly staff. The setting is cute and clean. Indoor and outdoor seating. The French fries are a must! Take a drive around the loop for a view of the fishing village.”
2local recommendations
Park
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Restaurant
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Route
“Sandy Beach is located down towards the end of Martin Point Rd. There are several spots on the side of the road for parking. This is a beautiful quiet beach. ”
2local recommendations
Natural Feature
“Uninhabited island ideal for picnics, swimming, rock scrambling. Easy to reach by kayak. Site of summer weekly gathering of fun, nice people, Saturday at 5 p.m. BYOB and a snack to share. ”
1local recommendations