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The center of the village has lots of shopping, restaurants, and all of the nightlife. The 3 mile long white sandedOgunquit Beach is just a few minutes stroll from the village center.
From the center of the village and the main beach begins Marginal Way, an exhilarating 1 mile ocean walk by the cliffs and beaches of Ogunquit.
At the end of The Marginal Way is the quaint fishing port of Perkins Cove. Guests of Perkins Cove can enjoy shopping at the many fine art galleries, and specialty shops that only the cove can offer. Guests can also enjoy the variety of seaside restaurants. Many take advantage of the sunset cruises, whale watching cruises, lighthouses cruises, or deep sea fishing cruises.
Ogunquit Web Links:
Maine Street Bar ( www.mainestreetogunquit.com)
The Front Porch Bar/Restaurant ( www.thefrontporch.net)
Amore Cafe (www.amorebreakfast.com)
Ogt Beach and Sport ( www.ogtbeachnsport.com)
D.J Jodi ( www.djjodi.com )
ARUNDALE BARN PLAYHOUSE
53 Old Post Road, Arundel, 207-985-5552
Enjoy live, professional musical theatre in a restored 1800's farm barn. Mid June-Labor Day.
Shore Road and Bourne Lane, Ogunquit, 207-646-8400
Contemporary fine art gallery featuring work by members of the area's foremost professional art organization, the Ogunquit Arts Association, founded in 1928. Painting, graphics, sculpture and photography. Lecture, panel discussions and workshops. Open Memorial Day through end of September.
13 Beach Street, Ogunquit, 207-646-8142.
An intimate unique theater experience with a special charm. Experience the energy of fine performers in Broadway shows this season
538 School Street, Route 9, Berwick, 207-698-1807.
Unique barn theater, presenting summer seasons of musicals and comedy in a family friendly atmosphere.
OGUNQUIT MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART
543 Shore Road, Ogunquit, 207-646-4909
Extensive permanent collection of American Art including Hartley, Marin and Burchfield, plus special exhibitions. Called "The Most Beautiful Small Museum in the World". Open July - October 15.
OGUNQUIT PERFORMING ARTS
P.O. Box 1608, Ogunquit, 207-646-6170
The Ogunquit Performing Arts presents quality classical music, ballet and theater performances throughout the year including the Chamber Music Festival in June and CAPRICCIO - an Annual Festival of the Arts featuring the Portland Ballet in September.
US Route 1, Main Street, Ogunquit, 207-646-5511
"America's Foremost Summer Theatre" open mid-June to Labor Day. Outstanding productions with top stars. Evening and Matinee performances, Kid's Korner and Sunday concerts.
WHATS TO DO IN THE AREA
Ogunquit is unique in that it offers its guests the peaceful tranquility and intimacy of a small village yet boasts an active night life. Venture just a few miles out of Ogunquit, and you can enjoy a beautiful walk up Mount Agamenticus, or shop at the Kittery Factory Outlets. Ogunquit is located between Historic Portsmouth,NH 10 miles to our south and Portland, ME 30 miles to our north. For those of you who yearn for the excitement of Ferris wheels, water parks, bowling and skeeball both York Beach and Old Orchard Beach are a short drive from our village.
LOCAL AREA GOLF
Enjoy the day golfing at one of Ogunquit-area's golf courses - Cape Neddick Golf and The Ledges Golf Club
You can also rent kayaks, learn how to white water raft, or even snow mobile at sea kayak.