Bath puts on over 30
FREE Concerts every summer!
Did You Know?Summer Concert Series
Bath has over 20 Miles of
Hiking and Biking Trails!
Did You Know?Bath Hiking Trails
Bath has the largest
Dog Park in Maine!
Did You Know?Check out the Dog Park
The Maine Maritime Museum
is ranked amongst the
Top Museums in the World!
Did You Know?Visit MaineMartimeMuseum.org
The Chocolate Church Arts Center
hosts some of the BEST
performances in Maine!
Did You Know?Visit ChocolateChurchArts.org
Main Street Bath
Partnering to Preserve and Promote Downtown Bath Maine
Saturday Night Music in Waterfront Park
Main Street Bath and the Chocolate Church Arts Center have partnered to bring you an incredible line-up of outdoor music this summer, so grab a blanket or chair and settle in to listen. Concerts start at 6pm.
BOATING, FISHING, BEACHES, SIGHT SEEING, LIGHTHOUSE TOURS, AND MORE…
With our two first class boat launches, and tons of free parking, we are centrally located right on the Kennebec River.
Coming Up in Bath
Members $212; nonmembers $265; early pick-up/late drop-off available for $25 Our five-day summer camp will develop your child’s curiosity for nature exploration and all things nautical. Each of the seven sessions includes outdoor adventures, boat cruises, games, science experiments, crafts, beach trips and more! Small weekly camper groups, low camper-to-counselor ratios, and experienced educators make […]Find out more »
Join The Lady in the Red Cloak for a lantern lit twilight walking tour of Bath. Discover the legends, lore and hidden stories of the area, the mystery, history and haunts. See many of the captain’s homes, learn of the early settlement, hear the tale of Seguin and more, while you experience a one-of-a-kind evening […]Find out more »
The folk music duo, Castlebay, well known for their interpretations of traditional ballads from the Celtic lands, will present a special concert of songs from the time of Maine's First Ship, Virginia. The seamen who came here and built the ship on the banks of the Kennebec in 1607 would have been familiar with a […]Find out more »
Sail down the Kennebec River aboard the historic 1906 schooner Mary E; the only Kennebec-built schooner still afloat. Help us set and trim sails as our crew share tales from her colorful history, or just sit back and enjoy the scenery. You’ll pass by the site of the Thomas E. Hagan yard where Mary E was built in […]Find out more »
What is Main Street Bath?
“Main Street” is a program originated by the National Trust for Historic Preservation that focuses on revitalization of traditional downtowns to enhance the appearance and economic stability of the commercial district, and to improve community pride and quality of life for residents and visitors.
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Bath Regional Information Center
The Bath Regional Information Center is open year round and welcomes more than 25,000 visitors annually. We are located next to Route 1 with ample parking and accessibility for our guests. We are open 7 days a week mid-April through December, and weekdays January to mid-April.