Looking for something to do? The Elizabeth Rose House is nearby many great attractions, activities, and areas of interest. Located just minutes away from local beaches. Walking distance to the down town area attractions.
Cape Elizabeth Lighthouse - Cape Elizabeth Lighthouse is known as Two Lights. Located off Route 77 in Cape Elizabeth, ME. Directions: Take Route 1 North into Scarbourgh. Take a right onto Route 207 (traffic light at Oak Hill). Take Route 207 (Black Point Road). Follow almost to the end and take a left onto Route 77. Follow Route 77 to Two Lights road on right.
Goat Island Lighthouse - Goat Island Lighthouse was built in 1834. The light house is best viewed from Cape Porpoise Pier. Take Route 9 into Cape Porpoise, where Route 9 makes a 90-degree left hand turn, go straight. Drive 1/2 mile to end/Pier and park.
Portland Headlight – Maine's oldest lighthouse. Commissioned by George Washington in 1791. Adjacent to Fort Williams Park. Large grounds with picnic facilities and museum on the premises. 1000 Shore Rd. (off Rt. 77) Cape Elizabeth. (207) 799-2661
Whaleback Light - Located in the town of
Walking distance from the Elizabeth Rose House is The Brick Store Museum which captures the rich heritage of Kennebunk, ME. Visitors will be exposed to the largest collection of World War I and II posters in the state of Maine. The Museum collection contains more than 70,000 items on display. The museum also offers walking tours of the historical district of Kennebunk. (207) 985-4802
Friends of the Elizabeth Rose House
Federal Jack's Restaurant & Brewpub
Where you'll experience our devotion to World Class Ales, inspired food, and the highest standards of guest service with one of the best views in Maine. Federal Jack's, 8 Western Avenue (Just before the bridge into Kennebunkport), Kennebunk, Maine (207) 967-4322
Tartans of Maine
Tartans of Maine customs makes neckties, scarves, and other fine items at their shop in Canaan Maine. They use the officail Maine State Tartan which is the oldest recorded tartan in the USA. The colors represent Main's blue skies, abundant waters, and bountiful forest. The thin red line denotes the bloodline of the Maine people.
Red Barn Boarding
If you are staying at Elizabeth Rose House and want dog day care check out the Red Barn Pet Boarding. The owners use it for grooming and day care for their Yorkie. Phone: 207 467 3384
61 Fletcher Street
Kennebunk, ME 04043