Top 8 Things to do in Standish, United States

February 12, 2018 Vivienne Hutton

Standish is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States. The population was 10,139 at the 2015 census. It includes the villages of Standish Corner, Sebago Lake Village and Steep Falls, and the localities known as Richville, Standish Neck and Two Trails. Standish is part of the Portland-South Portland-Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area.
Restaurants in Standish

1. Allagash Brewery

50 Industrial Way, Portland, ME 04103-1042 +1 207-878-5385
Excellent
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5 based on 889 reviews

Allagash Brewery

Allagash Brewing Company is dedicated to crafting the best Belgian-inspired beers in the world. Best known for our flagship beer, Allagash White, we also enjoy aging beer in oak barrels (beginning with the launch of Curieux in 2004) and spontaneously fermented beers (beginning with our traditional Coolship in 2007). Come up and visit us – we’d love to show you around.

Reviewed By mutsnuts01 - Lancashire, England

I booked this tour for six of us because I knew we would have a Sunday afternoon to kill in a cold Portland in February. Now I dont drink but I would say this was a thoroughly enjoyable and interesting tour. All very friendly too. Well recommended, we may just go back next year.

2. Snell Family Farm

1000 River Rd, West Buxton, ME 04093-3955 +1 207-929-6166
Excellent
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4.5 based on 10 reviews

Snell Family Farm

Reviewed By parker617 - Boston, Massachusetts

Stopped here with local friends to pick a few apples and purchase pumpkins. Went out in the field, there were slim pickings and a lot of the later apples were ripe yet. Still managed to find a good amount. Went back and picked out pumpkins in the greenhouse. There were a variety of mums outside for sale too - very pretty. Then we went inside to see what fresh veggies there were. We bought some tomatoes, shallots, peppers and other items to make a primavera sauce at home. It was delicious. They had apples for sale inside, probably better sticking to that if you're looking for the best choice -- of course apple picking is always fun!

3. Smitty's Cinema Windham

795 Roosevelt Trl, Windham, ME 04062-5348 +1 207-892-7000
Excellent
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4 based on 39 reviews

Smitty's Cinema Windham

Reviewed By tc8322 - Windham, Maine

The wait staff is very friendly. The menue is pub fare and most of the choices are very good. The Nacho's are awesome! Best part is the cold beer! My wife and I come here twice a month just to relax in the comfortable chairs and watch a movie.

37 College Ave, Gorham, ME 04038-1032 +1 207-780-5008
Excellent
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4.5 based on 3 reviews

University of Southern Maine Art Gallery, Gorham campus

Reviewed By kmk415 - Gorham, Maine

The USM Art Gallery-Gorham campus is a small but satisfying venue for a variety of professional, student, alumni, and community exhibitions and events during the academic year. Professional artist exhibitions include Artists-in-Residence and Visiting Artist programs. Student exhibits include the annual Juried Student Exhibition and the BFA Exhibition for graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts degree candidates.
The historic structure housing the gallery was originally erected as a Free Meeting House in 1821. The USM Art Gallery--Gorham campus is only open during the fall and spring semesters when hours are 12-6 p.m. on Wednesdays & Thursdays, 12-4 p.m., Friday - Sunday. Best to call ahead to confirm hours.

5. Babbs Covered Bridge

Location On Covered Bridge Road, off River Road, south of Windham., Windham, ME
Excellent
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Babbs Covered Bridge

Reviewed By traverouge - Yorkshire, United Kingdom

my wife always wanted to visit a coverd bridge because of her love of the film Bridges Of Madison County,staring Clint Eastwood,and this bridge did not disapoint ,its so awsome the entire area is so worth a visit,take a picnic and just relax.

6. Baxter House Museum

67 South St, Gorham, ME 04038-1713 +1 207-839-3878
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4 based on 2 reviews

Baxter House Museum

Reviewed By kmk415 - Gorham, Maine

The Baxter House was build in 1797 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located directly next door to the Baxter Memorial Library. The museum collection provides an interesting window into local history. It was the birthplace of James Phinney Baxter who served six terms as mayor of Portland, Maine. It also was the home of Percival Baxter who served two terms as Governor of Maine and donated much of the land that comprises Baxter State Park.
Admission to the museum is free, although donations are accepted and encouraged. The Museum is open June through August on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00am - 1:00pm. or by special appointment.

7. Armands Kitchen Cooking Classes

318 Windham Center Rd, Windham, ME 04062-4339 +1 207-650-7751
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5 based on 2 reviews

Armands Kitchen Cooking Classes

Reviewed By tiffbobby - Smithville, MO

Four of us spent a half day at "Armand's Kitchen" in a hands-on cooking class with Chef Doug. He asked us to choose the menu for the day and we selected a pasta menu, for which he came up with four different entrees to prepare that day, plus homemade bread and dessert!

We had a terrific time laughing and learning as Doug showed us many tips and tricks that make cooking easier, from dicing an onion to simple knife skills. In addition, we made three different kinds of pasta and went home with the leftovers, aprons, tote bags and great memories! We highly recommend a stop at Armand's Kitchen if you are in the Lakes Region just off Route 302 in Windham, Maine.

8. Sebago Lake

ME +1 207-693-3159
Excellent
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4.5 based on 32 reviews

Sebago Lake

Part of Maine's lake region.

Reviewed By Verna S - Nampa

This area of Maine is gorgeous. We went in a boat and took a tour of the lakes (small, middle, and large). The scenery, the homes, the blue, blue water.......just gorgeous. Most boats just putter around, cause there is so much to take in. Did some night catch and release fishing - great! Staying in a converted boat house of our families. It is so cozy and comfy. Loving it.

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