The Inn at Brunswick Station is adjacent to the Bowdoin College campus and steps from the heart of downtown Brunswick giving our guests easy access to a variety of events, activities and attractions right outside the hotel doors. Portland, Maine’s largest city, is approximately thirty minutes from the property offering additional museums, water adventures and dining. And Freeport is only twenty minutes away featuring LL Bean’s flagship store as well as numerous outlet and shopping opportunities.
|Bowdoin International Music Festival||207-373-1444|
|Maine State Music Theater||207-725-8760|
|MidCoast Symphony Orchestra||207-371-2028|
|Museums and Galleries|
|Bowdoin College Museum of Art||207-725-3275|
|Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum||207-725-6958|
|Pejepscot Historical Society||207-729-7115|
|Peary-MacMillan Artic Museum||207-725-3416|
Androscoggin Bicycle & Pedestrian Path
The 2.63 mile paved pathway offers scenic views of the Androscoggin River between downtown Brunswick and Cook’s Corner. It is a popular location for bicycling, jogging and roller blading.
Androscoggin Brunswick-Topsham Riverwalk
Enjoy a stroll along the Androscoggin on this 1.25 mile loop. The path links the Frank J. Wood Bridge to the Androscoggin Swinging Bridge along the River.
Bowdoin College Athletics
Bowdoin’s athletic programs are great fun for local followers and visitors alike. Keep up with all the action on the Polar Bear Hotline: 207-725-3061
|Popham Beach State Park||207-389-1335|
|Bordering the south side of the mouth of the Kennebec River, Popham Beach offers a long stretch of sandy beach, a rare find in Maine. Sunbathers can see Fox and Woods Islands offshore, and the Kennebec and Morse rivers border each end of the beach|
|Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park||207-865-4465|
|Located in Freeport, this beautiful park offers exploration of varied ecosystems including climax white pine and hemlock forests, a salt marsh estuary and rock shorelines on Casco Bay and the Haraseeket River.|