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Discover Your “Maine Thing” Story

Dear media friend,

Welcome to the Visit Maine Media Room. We're ready to help you discover the authenticity, originality and creativity that so defines "The Maine Thing."

From the great outdoors to the great indoors ... from the inns that welcome you with local charm, to secluded cabins or resorts that pamper your body and soul ... from back-country adventure to festivals that offer spontaneous fun ... there's an amazing amount of originality to discover in Maine.

If you are interested in covering Maine in an upcoming story and would like to visit, fill out our Media Trip Request Form and return it to us. Also, please feel free to contact us for Maine information, story ideas, photography and video.

Press Contact
Charlene Williams,
On behalf of the Maine Office of Tourism
[email protected] | 207-620-9074

Wednesday April 12th 2017

Marsden Hartley's Maine

Marsden Hartley was one of Maine's best-loved painters and a new show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Met Breuer galleries in New York ... Read more

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Wednesday July 12th 2017

Lighthouses in Maine — It Takes a Village and Volunteers Who Care for Them

Maine’s lighthouses — these iconic beacons that line the coast and shine from islands — are as ubiquitous in Maine as lobster. There are 65 ... Read more

Tuesday July 11th 2017

Marsden Hartley’s Maine Comes to the Colby College Museum of Art

Lewiston native Marsden Hartley is one of America’s most renowned painters. While influenced by artists such as Cézanne, Picasso and ... Read more

Tuesday July 11th 2017

Museums, Events, and the Landscape Showcase Native American Culture in Maine

Thousands of years before the explorers from the Old World made their way to Maine Native Americans called it home. More importantly, some ... Read more

Thursday July 6th 2017

Maine's July Update

July 2017 – It’s the heart of a Maine summer and the very best time of the year to enjoy the lakes, ocean and mountains of this amazing ... Read more

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