Seniority Has Its Privileges
We’ve heard it over and over; today’s 55+ traveler is looking for active, “edutaining” getaways. Historic Inns of Rockland, Maine say if that’s what they want that’s what they’ll get in September, when seniority ranks high in this Midcoast, Maine town. Throughout September, 55+ travelers will be treated to everything from museum admissions to a ride aboard a working lobster boat or island ferry ride.
Respecting the need for value which today’s travelers seek, Captain Lindsey House has packed this package with a rich itinerary including plenty of choices for enjoying the area’s attractions, natural beauty, history and premier accommodations.
The Seniority Has Its Privileges Package includes:
• Three midweek nights’ accommodations (Sunday – Thursday) at the Captain Lindsey House.
• Two “Discovery Coast Museum Passports” offering admission to six of Maine’s greatest cultural treasures including the Farnsworth Art Museum and Wyeth Center, Gen. Henry Knox Museum, Owls Head Transportation Museum, Penobscot Marine Museum, Maine Center for Contemporary Art and the Maine Lighthouse Museum.
• Choose between two tickets on Captain Jack’s Lobster Adventure Cruises where the chance to pull lobster traps (and keep your haul) is just one of the highlights from this entertaining lobsterman filled with lobster lore OR two tickets on the Maine State Ferry to Vinalhaven Island, the largest inhabited island in Penobscot Bay. Stroll through this quintessential island fishing community offering scenic views and a glimpse into island life.
• Special guided educational tours with expert docents of the Maine Lighthouse Museum offered twice weekly (Mon and Thurs) exclusively for guests of Historic Inns of Rockland, Maine.
• A guided tour of Rockland’s Historic Breakwater Lighthouse offered exclusively to guests of Historic Inns of Rockland each Wednesday with Ted Panayotoff, author, historian and lighthouse aficionado, plus an autographed copy of Ted Panayotoff’s book The Lighthouse at Rockland Breakwater Then and Now.
• A private walking tour of Rockland’s Historic District offered by members of the Rockland Historical Society Tuesday afternoons. Learn why Rockland was the fourth busiest harbor on the east coast at the turn of the century and view examples of an array of architecture preserved among the 145 buildings and homes listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
• Weekly Wednesday evening discussion groups presented by members of Rockland Historical Society where topics will span Rockland’s rich history.