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Acadia National Park

Was the first national park in the U.S. whose land was donated entirely by private citizens.

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Islesford Historical Museum
Islesford Historical Museum Bar Harbor Located on Little Cranberry Island in
Frenchman Bay, off the coast of Mount Desert Island. Exhibits on island life of early settlers.


Islesford Historical Museum:
Founded by William Otis Sawtelle in 1919 and located on Little Cranberry Island. The museum exhibits explore life in the Town of Cranberry Isles (a group of five islands located in the Gulf of Maine) during the 19th century, when schooners were the mode of transportation and oceans were the highways.

The museum can be reached by tour boats from Northeast Harbor and Southwest Harbor. Open mid-June to September. There is no admission charge.

Take the Cranberry cove Ferry:
Cranberry Cove Ferry
Downeastwindjammer cruises provides service to the the Cranberry Isles.

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