- Traveller favouritesThings to do ranked using Tripadvisor data including reviews, ratings, photos, and popularity.
- Traveller rankingHighest rated attractions on Tripadvisor, based on traveller reviews.
17 places sorted by traveller favourites
What travellers are saying
- Always a must stop in Kennebunkport. Some stop for the rotating exhibitions, some are marvelled by the wind sculpture, and other are just plain curious. Come in and see for yourself.Written 6 August 2022
- This place has amzaing, real deal architectural salvage. If you’re looking to pick or renovate your home with vintage and antique items this place is for you. A hidden gem for sure.Written 10 September 2021
- We met the artist on our visit. She showed us how she created her seascapes. On thing I particularly enjoyed was the wide range of prices. One could get a small painting relatively inexpensively, which I did. Worth a stop if interested in art gallaries.Written 20 September 2019
- This was not the first time we stopped here during what purported to be business hours posted on the websjte- door was locked, nobody home. Not very good for business; won't bother to try again.Written 7 September 2019
- Thanks to other TripAdvisor reviewers, I knew in advance that Snug Harbor Farm was an excellent attraction.
When I visited, there was a big display of pumpkins near the road.
On the way to the outside display and entrance to the store from the parking lot, I came upon a grouping of whimsical garden sculptures of several frogs in meditation poses.
On the lawn in front of the building, I browsed the display of orange and white pumpkins mixed in with butternut and acorn squashes. There were some garden sculptures artfully arranged with within the display.
Inside the first room, I found garden sculptures. Those went with the plants and gardening goods sold here.
In the main room, there were a lot of gift and home décor items. I saw comfy pillows for couches and chairs, table linens, and tableware. There were sachets made of flowers and leaves, candles, some jewelry, and other items that included personal care items such as hand-made soaps, salt scrub, and face cream.
As I left the shop, I passed a sizable cat sculpture that I really liked.
Out back, there were greenhouses and pens for animals.
At the time of my visit, the only animals outdoors were the peacocks, and they were in their pen. There was one that seemed to like hamming it up for the camera. I wanted a photo of him. He was in an awkward spot. I pointed and asked him to take two steps forward and to his right, and he did. I was quite surprised. As a result, I did get a decent photo of him.
I rate my visit to Snug Harbor Farm at 5.0 and can recommend a visit.
If you found this review helpful, please click THANK below.Written 7 October 2020
- Great gallery of unique and interesting art made of found natural items and recycled materials. Well worth a visitWritten 1 June 2019
- If you’re looking for a metaphysical store with a little bit of everything then this is it! From the moment you walk in the door with it’s inviting incense aroma you can find crystals, books, wind chimes, soaps, candles, jewelry, clothes, hats and mittens. The store owner is friendly, knowledgeable and gives the store it’s zen feel, hence the name. I am a new but definitely a repeat customer.Written 25 October 2020
- Another great spot to pop into and look around. Merchandise nicely displayed.
Friendly and helpful staff. I’d recommend others to go.Written 21 September 2018
- Amy is so knowledgeable about birds, how to attract them to your yard and she sells seed that you know is fresh and hasn't been sitting around forever. Our birds seem to appreciate the feed a lot too! Trying to do the best we can by our feathered friends and patronizing with a wonderful business owner.Written 7 May 2021
- Worth a visit if you need that one of a kind gift for the person who has everything or just loves Maine stuff. Inventory is light, prices are heavy and talent is beyond compare. The owner was incredibly polite, helpful, kind and caring.Written 15 February 2019
- Every time I drive by Wallingford Farm, I marvel at the beautiful peach-colored Wallingford Hall, a mansion built in 1804 for George Wallingford, a founding father of Kennebunk. I stopped by to check out the barn and gift shop. Because it's autumn, they had lots of pumpkins, mums, cornstalks, and little gourds of all kinds and shapes that were 'glazed' to make them nice, shiny centerpieces. Inside the store, there were lots of gourmet goodies -- jams, canned veggies, and other Maine specialties, as well as dried flowers and wreaths, harbor bells, roped baskets and mats, ornaments. Not much in baked goods except for some cookies, but it's late in the season. They also offer landscaping services. Very interesting place!Written 24 October 2019
- Shopping in Kennebunk on a Sunday afternoon, I stopped by Shoppers Village Card & Gift.
I was surprised at how large the store was. My estimate was that it was about twice as large as other stores of its type.
The wide selection of merchandise by different companies was also impressive.
One display featured items by Michel Design Works that included household products, such as room sprays, glass cleaners, surface wipes, napkins, and several varieties of potpourri. There was also a toiletry line that included foaming hand soaps, bath soaps, and body spray.
Other personal toiletries were from the Inis brand that included cologne, mineral soap, hand soap, hand cream, hand lotion, and body lotion. I'd never seen these before and found them interesting.
Some Stonewall Kitchen products were in another section. The offerings included liquid hand soaps, salad dressing, BBQ sauce, jams, jelly, jar candles, pancake & waffle mix, and syrups.
Other displays held teas, chocolate candy, and picture frames. There were two different areas with shelves of coffee mugs.
Another area had a full line of The Naked Bee products.
There was a good selection of Willow Tree figurines.
Other items I saw included wall art, calendars, and puzzles by White Mountain Puzzle Co.
In an area with items for children, there was a wide variety of Melissa & Doug reusable sticker pads for children. Nearby were some children's books.
And, of course, I wanted one each of nearly half the items I saw. I’ll be going back to look at the home and personal fragrance products again.
There was a bonus with this gift shop. It also had a mailing service called Mail-It Unlimited. So, it was possible to buy a gift that needed to be sent to someone at a distance and then have it sent on its way --- all in one place. I thought that was a great idea.
I rate Shoppers Village Card & Gift at 5.0 and highly recommend stopping by to browse.
If you found this review helpful, please click THANK below.Written 11 November 2020
- We stopped by as we were looking to find some ideas for a family game night. We got a lot of great advice on which games were worth trying out. The woman working there had an incredible amount of knowledge about all of the games in the store. The prices aren't bad either - some were on par with Amazon & Walmart - and even if you pay a few bucks extra, the advice and time spent by the owner explaining the games and helping you pick the right one is well worth it.
In addition to board games, there are puzzles (along the lines of Rubix cubes) and fair-trade crafts. They hold different events which I would definitely check out if I lived (or stayed for a few days) in the area.
I'd say you need 30-45 minutes if you're just there shopping and checking out the different games and more time if you're there for an event. They are open year round so I plan on visiting again next time I'm up that way,Written 28 August 2018
- The Shoppers Village Shopping Center is located in a busy commercial area in Kennebunk on Portland Road which is also US Route 1.
Dining choices include Lucky Star Chinese Restaurant, Dunkin’, Subway, and Domino's Pizza. My pick of the four is Lucky Star Chinese Restaurant. I’ve had their take-out and enjoyed it overall. I can say that the portions on the lunch specials are generous.
The best store for shopping is Shoppers Village Card & Gift. It’s a wonderful store with a wide variety of gifts that include items that one doesn’t normally find in a card shop --- children’s books, puzzles, BBQ sauce, salad dressing, jams, jelly, teas, chocolate candy, pancake & waffle mix, syrups, liquid hand soaps, and jar candles. It also has a Mail-It Unlimited, a FedEx-authorized ShipCenter.
Northeast Credit Union has a branch with an ATM there.
Other businesses of possible interest to travelers include French Nails & Spa and Kennebunk ACE Hardware.
I rate Shoppers Village Shopping Center at 4.25 and recommend a visit, especially to either or both of my top two favorite businesses there.
If you found this review helpful, please click THANK below.Written 27 November 2020