There are plenty of beautiful locations you should put on your top 10 list if you have time to see the coast of New England. Below are some of our favorites.
Kennebunkport is a quintessential coastal New England. Walk down Ocean Avenue and make a stop at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church. This picturesque chapel was built in 1887 to serve the communities of Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, and Cape Porpoise.
When my wife, kids and I wandered through the property one sunny summer day, the groundskeeper kindly asked us to keep our daughter off a marble altar (that doesn’t actually look like an altar). He was kind enough to tell us stories about the church and some of the famous visitors who attend from time to time. With its stone chapel, lush garden and tremendous ocean views, visiting St. Anne’s is a must. The chapel is open from mid-June through September. Since you’ll most likely drive your car to reach some of the more interesting sights in Kennebunkport, I recommend you take a walk through downtown Kennebunkport where you can people watch, eat some Rococo ice cream and visit the Good Earth Pottery store, where the owner will discuss her pottery with you or Maine-ly Drizzle, where you can load up no your white truffle or exotic balsamic oil.
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