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Bath is in southern Maine, on the Atlantic coast.
|Bath is a small jewel nestled along the sparkling Kennebec River in Maine. An old
seafaring town, Bath has sailed gracefully into the present day bringing a taste of her
history with her. |
|The tree-lined avenues in town are graced by handsome old ship captain's
mansions. Downtown, shops and restaurants line Front Street on the Kennebec. The 19th
century brick buildings and narrow streets have the charm of childhood revisited--a slower
pace, a friendlier time. |
|The city is ideally sited for water access at the head of two peninsulas.
|At the mouth of the Kennebec, historic Fort Popham stands guard. |
|Nearby, Popham Beach and Reid State Park in Georgetown offer miles of sandy beach
and rocky cliffs.||
|The Bath Iron Works is a bustling waterfront shipyard, just upstream
from the Maine Maritime Museum. |
|Cultural treasures are plentiful. Enjoy:
|Bath's Maine Maritime Museum|
|Chocolate Church Performing Arts Center |
|Maine State Music Theatre|
|Enjoy the fresh breezes off the river; the sparkle of the Kennebec in the wake of
a sail: the cry of a tern from the colony at Popham Beach; the scent of rosehips and salt
air; the fun of festival during the 4th of July celebration of Heritage Days; the shine of
patina in the antiques stores on lower Front Street.....|
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Page last updated 04/23/05