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Ogunquit Heritage Museum
Ogunquit Heritage Museum offers a nice collection of artifacts which are chronicles to the glorious history of the town and its neighboring area. Exhibits are housed within the Captain James Winn House dating back to 1780 and are situated on the Obeds lane.
Main Ogunquit Beach
The Main Ogunquit beach is the largest among the three sections of the Ogunquit Beach. This part is situated off the Beach Street in the downtown of Ogunquit featuring miles of amazing white sand coastline next to the Atlantic Ocean. One can avail the services like the Trolley service facility on the Footbridge Beach and Main Ogunquit Beach.
Marginal Way Walk
The Marginal Way Walk is located high on the cliffs above on the Atlantic Ocean where the visitors can walk. At this highpoint visitors get a chance to look over the white sand beaches and directly into the Perkins Cove for spectacular views of the city itself.
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