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Kittery is a small town in Maine, directly across from the New Hampshire border, that features a number of outlet stores.

Get in[edit]

It's only about an hour away from Boston on I-95 (in good traffic, of course), or a more leisurely, scenic drive on Route 1. The outlet store district is on Route 1, a half-mile north of I-95 (take Exit 3 from the highway).

Beware toll roads in nearby New Hampshire. The highways leading to and from the New Hampshire coast get crowded during good beach weather.

Get around[edit]

See[edit][add listing]

  • Kittery Historical and Naval Museum, Rogers Road Extension (north of Kittery Traffic Circle), +1-207-439-3080, [1]. $3 adults, $1.50 children, $6 family.  edit

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Buy[edit][add listing]

  • Kittery Outlets, [2]. Kittery has over 30 national major-brand clothing stores (including maternity, children's clothing, accessories, lingerie, and hosiery), over 20 shoe stores, and a reasonable selection of "active wear" and sports gear. There are over two dozen stores with housewares, plus a handful of miscellaneous outlets (candy, toys, jewelry) and services (fuel, restrooms, phones, banking, coffee, welcome center, etc.).  edit
  • Kittery Trading Post, 301 U.S. Route One, +1-888-KTP-MAINE (587-6246), [3]. Established in 1938, this store has three floors containing the largest selection of outdoor items in New England.  edit
  • Mostly Maine, 40 US Route One, [4]. Features thousands of items produced in Maine.  edit

Eat[edit][add listing]

  • Bob's Clam Hut, 315 US Route 1, +1-207-439-4233, [5]. Offers an excellent lobster roll the way it should be served as well as (obviously) excellent fried clams. Food is served from a pickup window with both indoor and outdoor seating area. This restaurant has been around since 1956 and features a bit of New England atmosphere in addition to good food. $10-$20 for most items.  edit
  • Robert's Maine Grill, 326 Route 1, +1-207-439-0300 (fax: +1-207-439-2447), [6]. Large classic Maine restaurant with an updated menu. Features a deck and a raw bar. $13-25 per item.  edit
  • Warren's Lobster House. Touts its salad bar as "the seacoast's best". Try the 'Super Bowl of Chowder' (Clam chowder with shrimp, scallops, and lobster).  edit
  • The Weathervane. The first restaurant in the regional chain, as well as its primary shipping point.  edit
  • Morrisons Lobsters, 11 Badgers Island West, (207) 439-2501. Lobsters, clams, and steamers. Fresh, local, cheap, BYOB. Their seafood is served on a deck overlooking the Piscataqua river, with a terrific view of nearby Portsmouth.  edit

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Sleep[edit][add listing]

There are a number of motels and inns that line Route 1, all conveniently located near the outlet malls.

  • Ramada Kittery in Maine, 2 Gorges Road, (207) 439-5555, [7]. Few miles away from beaches of New Hampshire and Southern Maine. Pet friendly, business center, and in-suite entertainment.  edit
  • Kittery Inn and Suites, 70 US-1 Bypass, (207)439-9324 (), [8]. Enjoy all the comforts of a well-appointed hotel, the ambiance and peacefulness of camping, and the charm of discovering something local. $70-$125.  edit

Get out[edit]

Freeport - Has more outlet stores.

Routes through Kittery
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