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About 200 yards from the
Inn, enter the gates of
Maine’s oldest private college. From late August
until late May, the College teems with activity,
sporting events to the world of
arts and culture
in venues such as the world-class
Studzinsky Recital Hall.
In the summer, the campus hosts
The Bowdoin International Music
Festival, which will
run from June 23-August 4, 2012. Enjoy
performances by world-renowned musicians such as
The Brunswick Inn is the official inn of The
Bowdoin International Music Festival.
THEATER, ART, MUSEUMS, DINING
Summer wouldn’t be summer in
Brunswick if not for the
Maine State Music Theater.
In 2013 this exceptional theater will present
Dreamgirls, Les Miserables, Gypsy, and Mary
The Theater Project
showcases local talent with its innovative
performances and "pay-what-you-can" price
On a rainy day, enjoy the
Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum
on the Bowdoin College campus,
The Skolfield-Whittier House,
or, for Civil War aficionados, the
Joshua Chamberlain Museum.
Church Arts Center
has wonderful theatre, music and art center.
Participate through workshops, view amazing crafts
by local artisans, or experience beautiful
performances. Seafaring traditions come to life at
overlooking the Kennebec River in Bath. Come
learn what influence the ships had on Maine life.
Second Friday Artwalks
are a great way to explore Downtown Brunswick. The
walks showcase 18 local galleries and studios
between downtown Brunswick and Topsham. Come for a
cultural stroll and dine in one of Brunswick’s
many restaurants. Our favorites?
Amazingly, you can get Indian, Japanese, Thai,
German, Mexican, Irish, Italian, Greek, and
classic American fare all within a 10-minute walk
of the Inn. Bring your appetite!
THE GREAT OUTDOORS
If the great outdoors is more your style, enjoy
proximity to some of Maine’s most beautiful
beaches and state parks. Popham Beach,
a spectacularly pristine sand beach, is about a 40
minute drive from the inn, as is
Reid State Park. They are beautiful in any
Mountain is great for hiking and biking. In
the winter months, choose from many of our nearby
snowshoeing venues or just head across the
street to the Village Green for some ice skating.
Like a throwback in time, you’ll feel like you
stepped into a Norman Rockwell painting. Reflect
on it all over a cup of cocoa or a glass of wine
in front of one of our five working fireplaces.
LL Bean Outdoor Adventures include canoe,
kayak, paddleboard, hunting, and fishing outings.
And speaking of LL Bean . . .
For the shoppers out there, get your wallets
in Freeport all began with
LL Bean, but
now you can hit Cole Haan, Banana Republic,
Abercrombie, Ralph Lauren, J. Crew, Brooks
Brothers, and dozens more, all within reach of
just one parking space. Freeport is just a
15 minute drive away. But don’t feel you
need to get in your car at all: Brunswick shops
are top-notch, with stores such as Nest for home
décor and gifts, Wilbur’s Chocolates for sweets,
Bayview Gallery for fine art,
Keith Field for jewelry, and so many more.
Winter, spring, summer, fall: Brunswick, ME:
All Here, All Year