Looking for things to do in Kennebunkport? There are so many great things to do in Kennebunkport, that we cannot possibly include them all on our website. We are happy to recommend those activities that are personal favorites and those that our guests have found to be particularly enjoyable during their stay. Some of the annual events listed will, of course, fall on different days during different years.
Please feel free to call the inn to find out specific dates or check out our Maine travel blog for more information on the latest happenings. Read on to discover the best things to do in Kennebunkport, ME.
Goose Rocks Beach (parking passes required) and the Kennebunk Beaches are the closest to the inn. 1802 House Bed and Breakfast Inn offers chairs and towels for our guests' use.
There are several area bike trails for riding, and residents are tolerant to riders on the street. If you did not bring your own bike, rentals are available during your stay through local outfitters.
Kayak on Grist Mill Pond, the Kennebunk River, Mousam River, Cape Porpoise, and more. Take a guided tour or rent boats to explore on your own!
Join Captain Bob and his crew aboard the Rugosa, a classic New England lobster boat. On the short 1.5-hour trip, tour the Kennebunk River, see the beautiful coastline, and watch the crew haul lobster traps. Sit back and watch or roll up your sleeves and join in the fun!
From traditional seafood or quintessential Maine lobster shack, to eclectic and vegetarian, to food trucks and locally made ice cream and desserts, Kennebunkport and the surrounding area boasts 39 eateries to tempt your taste buds. Ask us about our favorites!
Kennebunkport features a wide variety of independently owned shops offering art and collectibles, books, jewelry, home goods and a wide variety of unique gifts and goods. Looking for something in particular? Your innkeepers will be happy to help you find it!
With a rich history and a number of talented area artists, Kennebunkport features more than a dozen galleries and museums. Be sure to visit Maine Art Hill and check out their gallery, studios, shows, and wind sculptures.