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Rolling hills and a deep blue marina paint Rockland as a picturesque harbor town. Known for its lobster and as a foodie haven, Rockland hosts the Maine Lobster Festival every August. Visit art galleries and shop at quaint antique shops and boutiques, or spend an afternoon with renown American artworks by the likes of Thomas Eakins, Eastman Johnson, Fitz Hugh Lane and Gilbert Stuart at the Farnsworth Art Museum. The museum also features the country's second largest collection of Louise Nevelson's sculptures and a special exhibition of the Wyeth family's works at the Wyeth Center. The Breakwater Lighthouse in Rockland is scenic, perched on the end of a long stone walkway. From Rockland, vist Thomaston, or to the Peneobscot Bay peninsula for spectacular views where you can also experience the Owl's Head Transportation Museum and the famous Owl's Head Lighthouse, from 1825. Port Clyde further afield features the Marshall Point Lighthouse and a museum made from the 1895 chambers of the light house owner.
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