The Portland Observatory
138 Congress Street, Portland, ME

The Portland Observatory

138 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
The Portland Observatory, Portland
138 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101

Maximum Capacity: 45 people
The Portland Observatory is the last remaining maritime signal tower in the country. Built in 1807 by sea captain Lemuel Moody, the tower stands on Portland's Munjoy Hill and offers spectacular views of the city, Casco Bay, and the White Mountains.
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  • Floor Number: 7
  • Special Features: 7-storied wooden structure with capacity for chairs and a few tables. Guests can enjoy food and drinks and wander up to the top of the building for the incredible view.
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