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Acadia National Park: Our most recommended tours and activities

Bar Harbor, Maine: Culinary Walking Tour with Tastings

1. Bar Harbor, Maine: Culinary Walking Tour with Tastings

Immerse yourself in Bar Harbor's culinary scene during this 3-hour guided walking tour. Savor an array of local flavors at various stops along the tour, while learning about the local history from your local guide. As you sample the fare at the various stops, the establishment owners will reveal the history behind their industry and what goes into making their specialties. This tour is a fairly short walk around the Village Green and the beautiful harbor, with plenty of food stops for lunch.

Acadia National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

2. Acadia National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

Take this self-guided driving tour, immersing yourself in the stunning fall colors and rich history of Maine, beginning at downtown Bar Harbor. Discover La Rochelle, a Gilded Age mansion, and learn about the raging fire that gave rise to today’s vibrant autumn foliage. Start by downloading the tour app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Enter Acadia National Park at the Hulls Cove Visitor Center and begin the drive around Park Loop Road. Along the way, discover the Great Meadow, Sieur de Mons, and Bar Harbor’s history. Pause at Beaver Lake and Jackson Labs to learn about Acadia’s wildlife before continuing on to Egg Rock Overlook and the Precipice Trail. Take a detour at Schooner Head, pausing at the Ocean Path Trailhead if you want to explore the path on foot. Continue along to Sand Beach, Old Soaker, Thunder Hole, Monument Cove, Otter Cliffs, and Hunters Beach. Pause at Jordan Pond for delicious popovers and jam or simply to enjoy the view. Continue past Bubble Pond and Eagle Lake, and finally begin driving up to the top of Acadia’s most famous peak: Cadillac Mountain. Your tour ends there, allowing you to immerse yourself in the beautiful vistas atop the mountain.

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What people are saying about Acadia National Park

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 22 reviews

Excellent experience, buy this now! Amazing price for what you get. Because the app uses your location, it tells you where to pull off for good photo spots ahead of time. This made finding parking spots super easy on the busy day I drove through Acadia with my family. Very informative and very helpful for those who are new to the area. The virtual tour guide gave a rich history of the area while pointing out new photo spots I didn’t know about. Well worth it! P.S. The app was a little tricky to get started because I couldn’t find the access code in the email they sent me. But the access code comes in a 2nd email about 20 minutes after you book. Just wait for that 2nd email and you’ll be all set!

We have driven the loop road many times before and used to have a book that we could read information at each stop. This was very entertaining. For some reason the sound came through the audio on the car so we would only have needed to register for one and bot two people.

Need to purchase a $6 pass to go up to the Cadillac Mountain overlook: we had to return the next day since they were all booked up when we went. Also: must buy a $30 pass for the park that is good for 7 days

Great tour that made it easy to get around the park and added many interesting historical facts along the way. Would definitely recommend for first timers.

Once I had cell service it worked well and was very easy to use. It knew were I andwas very informative along the way.