Things To Do In Bangor

Movie with Bottled Drinks, Candy, and Popcorn for Two or Four at Alamo Theatre (Up to 31% Off)

Alamo Theatre

Bucksport

The theater is one of New England's oldest standing structures originally built as a cinema

$29 $20

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Four or Eight Rounds of 18-Hole Mini Golf at The Sports Arena (Up to 54% Off)

The Sports Arena

Bangor

Balls roll toward holes on challenging 18-hole outdoor miniature-golf course

$24 $12

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Bill Cosby at Cross Insurance Center on Friday, September 12, at 8 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Bill Cosby

Cross Insurance Center

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With offbeat humor, a living legend muses on a career that spans decades as a TV dad, voice of Fat Albert, and Doctor of Education

$69.60 $35

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Sesame Street Live: "Let’s Dance!" on October 14–19 (Up to 35% Off)

Sesame Street Live: "Let's Dance!"

Multiple Locations

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Fuzzy friends including Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby, and Ernie lead an interactive dance party with energetic tunes

$19.60 $14

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Whitewater River Surfing for One, Two, Four, or Six with Maine Whitewater River Surfing (Up to 53% Off)

Maine Whitewater River Surfing

Wilderness Edge Campground (check-in cabin)

Experience the Penobscot River's class three or four rapids using a body board and swimming fins; food, water, and transportation included

$195 $95

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Aerial Adventure Course and Ziplines for Two or Four at Xtreme Adventures (Up to 51% Off)

Xtreme Adventures

Brewer

Conquer a challenging ropes course, whirl along ziplines, and plunge from a 35-ft. platform on a giant swing

$90 $45

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Arcade Fire at Darling's Waterfront Pavilion on August 20 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 44% Off)

Arcade Fire

Darling's Waterfront Pavilion

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Grammy-winning indie-rockers celebrate their new album, which adds dance beats and Haitian Carnival music to their epic pop

$36 $20

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Biplane Rides Over Atlanta, Inc.'s practiced pilots leap into the air in fully restored antique aircraft to grant passengers a glimpse of natural and manmade majesties from above. In the open-air cockpit of a classic antique biplane, adventurers can taste the whipping winds of high altitudes over Downtown Atlanta, glimpsing Turner Field, the Georgia Dome, and Centennial Olympic Park, where the Farmer's Almanacs of previous eras are put out to pasture. Alternately, they can surmount the igneous crown of Stone Mountain and soar above the Mississippi riverboats that dot the surrounding lakes, or gently flit over the cityscape bathed in a golden aura during a romantic sunset flight.

968 Bar Harbor Road
Trenton,
ME
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• For $22, you get a one-day music pass for Friday, August 12 (a $45 value). • For $22, you get a one-day music pass for Saturday, August 13 (a $45 value). • For $35, you get a two-day music pass for Friday, August 12 and Saturday, August 13 (a $70 value). • For $50, you get a two-day music pass for Friday, August 12 and Saturday, August 13 and three nights of camping on August 11–14 (a $105 value).

84 Harlow Street
Bangor,
ME
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Our inviting rooms, always an undeniable value, are equipped with everything you'll need, including 42” LCD flat screen TV’s and free wireless internet, to make your stay memorable. Relax in comfort with world-class amenities, exceptional service and spacious, luxurious rooms.

500 Main Street
Bangor,
ME
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The fun-loving duo of Holy Ghost! polish eardrums with slick electropop, earning acclaim from such publications as Rolling Stone. Rather than hire a Shakespearean theater troupe to reenact New York's 1980s club scene, the musicians layer dance-friendly synthesizer melodies with beats that recall those of electrofunk forebears Grandmaster Flash and Afrika Bambaataa. Costumed revelers can warm up their boogie muscles during opening sets by nu-disco trio Jessica 6 and DJ Eli Escobar, who will mix rap and disco house using an eggbeater and a bowl filled with quarter notes. Complimentary Monster energy drinks refuel bodies throughout the night, and barkeeps will craft cocktails for those age 21 and older. In addition to flaunting saucy duds, go-go dancers will stop by to demonstrate how to cut a rug or mow a lawn with a cubic-zirconium navel ring.

586 Main Street
Bangor,
ME
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Sporting three floors of exhibits on science, art, music, and more, the Maine Discovery Museum welcomes knowledge-hungry visitors with hands-on learning and family-friendly fun. Kids of all ages can ascend a two-story tree house and visit with live snakes and turtles at Nature Trails, then venture inside a giant human body in the Body Journey, where they can pump the heart, floss the teeth, and tickle the inner child with a mammoth moustache. The sound studio at Sounds Abound transforms kids into burgeoning Beatles and Beethovens as they create music videos and beatbox to different versions of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star."

74 Main St
Bangor,
ME
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Though he was fed and cared for, the lion didn't have much room to roam aboard his owner's yacht. The owner didn't know what to do with the creature, which had grown too close to humans to socialize with other lions. So the owner reached out through a friend to Acadia Zoological Park, who took the lion in and gave him his own piece of land. Though the park's name has since changed to Kisma Preserve, the lion still lives on its grounds, alongside a host of other exotic animals that the three staff members have taken in from rehabilitation programs, zoos, and private owners. They care for a motley and majestic group of wolves, big cats, reptiles, birds, and primates in outdoor enclosures year-round.

The three guides—who also are handlers, feeders, and administrators—lead group tours among these habitats. During tours, they teach visitors the proper way to behave around the creatures and divulge details about the creatures' lives in the wild, as well as what brought them to the preserve. On animal encounters, zookeepers let visitors watch wolves during their daily socializing or feed and hold hands with gibbons, lemurs, and capuchin monkeys.

They can also grant visitors a closer look via private tours, in which guests experience one-on-one time with wolves, tortoises, alligators, and other animals. Though they love all the animals on their preserve, the guides are particularly proud of their tigers—a group of royal white and standard tigers, as well as one of only 50 known golden tabby tigers left in the world. Through each tour and encounter, the dedicated staff aims to engender the respect they have for these animals in others. To most visitors, that should come easily: as director Heather says about the tigers, "It's hard to stand in the presence of one and not feel something."

P.O. Box 84
Mount Desert,
ME
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