Museum of African Culture
New England's only African culture museum houses over 1500 pieces of art and craftwork from the continent's sub-Saharan region, with a...
Institute of Contemporary Art
Located at the Maine College of Art (MECA), this progressive gallery hosts impressive exhibitions of established and emerging artists in...
This alternative arts space shows some of Portland’s most imaginative sculptures, video art, installations and other mixed-media...
Port City Music Hall
This three-storey performance space hosts big-name bands and comedy tours.
This sleek, modern restaurant is perpetually crowded with hip Portlanders munching of-the-moment dishes like house-smoked pork belly...
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Longfellow House information
The revered American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow grew up in this Federal-style house, built in 1788 by his Revolutionary War hero grandfather. The house has been impeccably restored to look like it did in the 1800s, complete with original furniture and artifacts.