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Guidebook for Bangor

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Guidebook for Bangor

Food Scene
Asian Palace II
120 Griffin Rd
#1 Restaurant on TripAdvisor
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Timber Kitchen & Bar
22 Bass Park Blvd
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#1 Restaurant on TripAdvisor
Nicky's Cruisin Diner
957 Union St
Best pizza in Bangor (our opinion). Make sure you pick up the food yourself and allow time during mealtime rush hours.
Angelo's Pizzeria
499 Hammond St
Best pizza in Bangor (our opinion). Make sure you pick up the food yourself and allow time during mealtime rush hours.
Drinks & Nightlife
Great selection of beer and food.
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Blaze
18 Broad Street
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Great selection of beer and food.
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Paddy Murphys
26 Main St
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Sightseeing
Famous author's residence.
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Stephen King House
47 W Broadway
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Famous author's residence.
31-foot (9.4 m) statue can be found in Bangor, Maine. Standing since 1959, it weights 3700 pounds.[1] The statue is shown with a large ax in one hand, and a peavey in the other hand, and is the largest statue of Paul Bunyan in the world.
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Paul Bunyan Statue
519 Main Street
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31-foot (9.4 m) statue can be found in Bangor, Maine. Standing since 1959, it weights 3700 pounds.[1] The statue is shown with a large ax in one hand, and a peavey in the other hand, and is the largest statue of Paul Bunyan in the world.
Penobscot Narrows Bridge is a 2,120 feet (646 m) long cable-stayed bridge that carries US 1/SR 3 over the Penobscot River. The observation tower is open to the public and allows visitors to view incredible scenery from 420 feet in the air.
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Penobscot Narrows Bridge
U.S. 1
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Penobscot Narrows Bridge is a 2,120 feet (646 m) long cable-stayed bridge that carries US 1/SR 3 over the Penobscot River. The observation tower is open to the public and allows visitors to view incredible scenery from 420 feet in the air.
Fort Knox was built between 1844 and 1869. It was the first fort in Maine built entirely of granite. Penobscot Narrows Bridge is a 2,120 feet (646 m) long cable-stayed bridge that carries US 1/SR 3 over the Penobscot River. The observation tower is open to the public and allows visitors to view incredible scenery from 420 feet in the air.
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Fort Knox and Penobscot Narrows Observatory
740 Fort Knox Road
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Fort Knox was built between 1844 and 1869. It was the first fort in Maine built entirely of granite. Penobscot Narrows Bridge is a 2,120 feet (646 m) long cable-stayed bridge that carries US 1/SR 3 over the Penobscot River. The observation tower is open to the public and allows visitors to view incredible scenery from 420 feet in the air.
Parks & Nature
Miles of wooded trails for hiking, biking, dog-walking, skiing, snow-showing, geocaching, etc.
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Bangor City Forest
Tripp Drive
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Miles of wooded trails for hiking, biking, dog-walking, skiing, snow-showing, geocaching, etc.
Venture to the rugged coast of Maine—replete with volcanic rocks and crashing waves, creating the impression of stepping back in time to the creation of Earth. The first national park east of the Mississippi River, Acadia National Park offers hiking, camping, breathtaking views of jagged coastlines, and rock climbing.
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Parc national d'Acadia
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Venture to the rugged coast of Maine—replete with volcanic rocks and crashing waves, creating the impression of stepping back in time to the creation of Earth. The first national park east of the Mississippi River, Acadia National Park offers hiking, camping, breathtaking views of jagged coastlines, and rock climbing.
Arts & Culture
Musée d'Art - Université du Maine
40 Harlow Street
Shopping
They are a family-owned and operated business dedicated to celebrating Natural History, Art, Science, Aesthetics, and supporting our local community. Looking for jewelry, curious plants, natural history objects, unique gifts, accents for your home, cards, educational toys, fine bath products, or a specimen for your collection you will find it here
The Rock and Art Shop
36 Central St
They are a family-owned and operated business dedicated to celebrating Natural History, Art, Science, Aesthetics, and supporting our local community. Looking for jewelry, curious plants, natural history objects, unique gifts, accents for your home, cards, educational toys, fine bath products, or a specimen for your collection you will find it here
Essentials
Hannaford Supermarket
1133 Union St