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Kittery Travel Guide  

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The town of Kittery is located in the York County in the Maine region of United States.

The town has a population of approximately 9,543.

Kittery claims itself to be the “Gateway to Maine”. The town houses the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard on Seavey's Island, it also includes part of Kittery point district and the Isles of Shoals.

The town comes under the Maine Metropolitan Statistical Area and the Portland–South Portland–Biddeford.

Kittery was incorporated in the year 1647 and is supposed to be "the oldest incorporated town in Maine."

Kittery is located in the southernmost edge of Maine and is one of the most historic communities in the entire state.

Area code:
0207
Time zone:
UTC+-5
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Reviews Kittery

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Fort McClary The Fort McClary is a fortification built for defensive purposes of the United States military situated on the lengths of southern coast of Maine which is the Kittery point. The fort was extensively used during the... more 19th century for defense purposes. Kittery Historical and Naval Museum This museum displays artifacts and other items which reflect the rich historical and maritime past of Kittery. Though this museum was located in the Town's Public Works Garage and today it enhances the tourists with the Kittery’s maritime history. John Paul Jones State Historic Site    This is a historic site featuring a bronze and granite sculpture of American naval hero John Paul Jones. Jones was born in Scotland and was a commander in the American Revolutionary War. There is a Maine Sailors and Soldiers Memorial located here as well.
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