Maine's largest city, Portland is a place of fascinating history and stunning scenery. There's no shortage of things to see and do. Key attractions include the ‘Wadsworth-Longfellow House', ‘The Portland Head Light', ‘Portland Observatory', ‘Maine Historical Society Museum' and ‘Victoria Mansion', dating back to 1858; it's one of America's most significant Victorian homes. There's an array of lighthouses in Portland too, with the ‘Portland Head Light' being the most photographed lighthouse in the world. A stroll along the charming cobblestone streets of the historic old port is a must do whilst you're here too. There really is something for every taste here in Portland.
You'll find many shops within walking distance of the cruise terminal. You'll come across numerous major chain stores here - and an array of antique and specialist shops too. The 'Arts District' is a popular place for shopping – it's a mecca of art galleries, antique shops and artist studios.
Portland's local currency is the US dollar (USD). Portland is 4 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT -4).
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