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Greater Portland Landmarks preserves and revitalizes the architectural fabric, history, and character of greater Portland – renewing our neighborhoods, spurring economic development and keeping Portland one of the most liveable cities in America.
Landmarks is proud to provide leadership and advocacy, present educational publications, events and programs, and act as steward of the Portland Observatory (1807) for future generations.Support Our Mission
Greater Portland Landmarks welcomes volunteers to give tours at The Portland Observatory, Waking Tours and Tours of the US Custom House. Learn More » or Application.
Landmarks plays an important role in preservation, but we have recognized a new and essential opportunity in planning for tomorrow’s landmarks in Portland. Learn more »
April 21-July 15, 2015
University of New England Art Gallery
716 Stevens Avenue, Portland
Since 1807, the Portland Observatory has offered spectacular views of Portland’s busy harbor and served as a beloved symbol of the city’s rich maritime heritage. Named a National Historic Landmark in 2006, the Portland Observatory is the only known remaining historic maritime signal tower in the United States.
The Observatory will re-open for the 2015 tour season on Saturday, May 23, 2015.
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138 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
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