This park was established in the 1800s and famous for harness racing for more than 100 years, baseball, polo, circuses, soccer, fairs, demolition derbies, rodeos, tractor pulls, horse shows, motorcycle racing, and even the world's only trans-Atlantic balloon race.
Address: Kittredge Rd, Bangor.
This nature preserve spreads around 80.5 acres of forested wetlands where you can enjoy photography, hiking, wildlife views, biking, etc
This is a nature preserve in Bangor which spreads around 410 acres that preserves natural habitat and offers stunning nature trails for public
Address: 1260 Essex St, Bangor.
This nature preserve spreads around 182 acres where you can enjoy nature trails by exploring the beauty of forests
This park is famous for The Kenduskeag Stream Trail is an easily-accessed urban trail in the heart of Bangor
This park is a perfect spot to spend some relaxing moments with your family where you can find playgrounds for children, basketball courts, tennis courts, sitting spaces, etc
This is a popular public park in Bangor with children playgrounds, green spaces for relaxing, broad walks, picnic shelters, etc
Address: 80 Columbia St, Bangor.
This is a family-owned brewing company use local fresh ingredients to make high-quality craft beers
Address: 519 Main St, Bangor.
This is a monument in Bangor at 31-foot tall. This is the birthplace of Paul Bunyan and it is considered as the largest statue of Paul Bunyan in the world
Address: 54 Tripp Dr, Bangor.
This public park spreads around 650 acres of lush greenery where you can enjoy hiking, cycling and cross-country skiing
Address: 405 Perry Rd, Bangor.
The objective of this museum is to preserve the vehicles, those made, used and maintained them and challenging children to higher aspirations
Address: 74 Main St, Bangor.
This is the largest children museum in Bangor and a favorite destination for kids. This museum was opened in 2001 and provides educational opportunities for kids & families in Maine
Address: 600 State St, Bangor.
This beautiful nature park is a popular family picnic spot with beautiful gardens, plants, fountains, etc
Address: 1048 State St, Bangor.
Take a visit to the second oldest garden cemetery of US in Bangor. The highest attraction of the cemetery is It's crafted to serve as a heaven for the living as well as a final resting-place for the deceased.
Address: 159 Union St, Bangor.
A visit to this historical society explains the historical story related to the Bangor region and its people
Address: 40 Harlow St, Bangor.
This museum is a part of Maine University where you can explore the cultural lifestyle of people in Maine
Address: 339 Odlin Rd, Bangor.
This is a family-friendly recreation center in Bangor with amenities like spaces for conducting birthday events, arcade & game rooms, snacks bar, batting cages, mini-golf, go-karts, etc
Address: 81 Railroad St, Bangor.
This is a perfect green space to spend some relaxing moments with your family. You can enjoy walking trails, benches and picnic tables on the banks of the Penobscot River
Address: 47 W Broadway, Bangor.
This is a historical house in Bangor and this was the home to the very famous horror story writer Stephen KIngs. King’s house is red with white trim, towering, and old enough to look historic. This house is visible from the street and can be easily accessible.
Address: 159 Union St, Bangor.
This was an ancient Grand Ary Memorial Hall and was designed by 1836 and presently it houses the collections of the Bangor Historical Society and an American Civil War collection
Address: 500 Main St, Bangor.
This is a thrilling and exciting destination for visitors and it consists of a casino and harness racing track and it is operated by Penn National Gaming
Address: 36 Central St, Bangor.
If you are an art lover, there is a lot much to buy from here. This art shop houses an amazing collection of artworks and this shop is dedicated to celebrating Natural History, Art, Science, Aesthetics, and supporting our local community.