With a blue collar history in fishing, boat building, lime and granite industries, Rockland's resurgence has centered around Arts & Culture.  Today, the downtown is anchored by the Farnsworth Art Museum & Wyeth Center, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Maine Lighthouse Museum and beautifully restored art-deco Strand Theater.


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SAVOR THE ARTS OF SUMMER

June through Mid-October

Combine museums, art galleries, self guided wine and lighthouse tours with accommodations and sumptuous breakfasts. We top it all off with beautiful photos of coastal scenes, dinner at your choice of local restaurants, premier accommodations and a savings collection exclusively for our guests worth over $430.


THIRD NIGHT'S THE CHARM

June 1 - October 15

The Third Night's The Charm package is three consecutive nights from June 1st through October 15th in the room of your choosing. Rates will vary based on date of reservation and room. The package includes three full breakfasts and vouchers for savings up to $430 at 50 venues including museums, restaurants, spas, shops and activities.


SAVOR THE ARTS INTERLUDE

Mid-October through May

The summer crowds may be gone but there is still a lot happening on Maine’s Midcoast in the winter season. Enjoy the renowned museums, galleries and restaurants in the Rockland area during the quieter time of year with our two night winter version of the Savor the Arts of Midcoast Maine package.


FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

Friday and Saturday, November 24 – 25, 2017

Kick off your holiday season with Rockland’s Festival of Lights and a stay at a historic inn. Rockland’s signature lobster trap Christmas tree is lit. Santa arrives by boat. The Light Parade ends with a bonfire and caroling. The Holiday House Tour featuring local buildings and Historic Inns of Rockland benefits the Rockland Public Library.