Belfast, Maine Attractions
Enjoy a seaside Belfast, Maine vacation with unique retail stores, antique shops, art galleries, and delicious restaurants, all in beautiful Victorian Gothic brick and clapboard buildings facing the harbor.
Here is a highlight of some of our favorite Belfast, Maine attractions and things to do along the beautiful Midcoast Maine shore.
163 High Street, Belfast, Maine / 207-338-1930
A restored 1930 Art Deco movie theater in downtown Belfast – three theaters showing new movies, one theater was the old vaudeville stage!
Belfast Maskers Theater
55 High Street, Belfast, Maine / 207-338-9668
A community-based performing arts theater offering a season of classics, comedies, musicals, new works and children’s productions in the waterfront theater.
Belfast Dance Studio
109 High Street, Belfast, Maine / 297-338-5380
Founded in 1985, The Belfast Dance Studio operates seven days a week with dance classes, workshops, galas, and more.
Belfast Creative Coalition
26 Spring Street, Belfast, Maine / 207-948-7777
The Belfast Creative Coalition was formed to cultivate art and culture in the Belfast region. The website for the coalition is a great place to find all art related local events – from exhibits to classes, dance to theater, film, food, or poetry.
Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad
Belfast, Maine / 207-722-3899
Scenic vintage train excursions along beautiful Penobscot Bay and coastal woodlands, perfect Belfast Maine vacation outing. Departs Belfast Harbor area.
Chocolate Drop Candy Shop & Dave's Old Fashioned Soda Fountain
35 Lower Main Street, Belfast, Maine / 207-338-0566
Handmade dipped chocolates, candy, and a Old Fashioned Soda Fountain will bring back your “sweetest” childhood memories.
United Farmers Market of Belfast
18 Spring Street, Belfast, Maine / 207-323-5679
Maine’s largest farmers market – a 30,000 sqft indoor facility. Fresh local produce, products, prepared foods and artisans. Communal eating area with panoramic views of Penobscot Bay & Blue Hill.