WHAT TO DO - Brunswick is the home of the well-respected Bowdoin College and the Maine State Music Theater. Brunswick is a town rich with history, where you can brush up on your Civil War knowledge, eye paintings from greats like Winslow Homer and Andrew Wyeth, catch a Broadway-caliber performance at the Maine State Music Theater, or simply hit the beach.
WHERE TO STAY Brunswick area has a total of 22 lodging establishments including hotels, motels and B & B's. Brunswick's most unique accommodations are found at former historic homes that are now quaint inns and B & B's, where you'll find helpful innkeepers eager to offer advice on what to see and do when you arrive at night, and a basket of fresh homemade blueberry muffins when you wake up in the morning. While each of these accommodations are unique - brimming with their own history and charm - the things that matter most, like comfort, quality, character, and hospitality, are standard at each Brunswick area accommodation.
DINING- In the Brunswick area, which also includes Sebascodegan Island, Orr's Island and Bailey Island, lobster shacks, chowder houses and restaurants serving seafood specialties are everywhere. But in this upscale college community, there are also plenty of cafés where you can have a quick nosh on a specialty sandwich or brick-oven pizza. Brunswick is also known for its ethnic eating places, which serve up authentic Italian, Indian, English, German, Thai, and Chinese. Enjoy!
For more activity, lodging and dining options, please visit www.midcoastmaine.com or www.brunswickdowntown.com.