Welcome to Gardiner, Maine – a genuine American community where a charming and historic downtown frames a vibrant and eclectic entrepreneurial business culture.
Gardiner’s thriving downtown and historic district are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It’s a must-see stop for history lovers on their way to Acadia National Park or further “Downeast,” providing an inspiring glimpse into the golden industrial era in Maine.
Combine the living history of downtown Gardiner with our sparkling waterfront, distinctive eateries and unique shops, and you’ll see why our little city is such a completely wonderful place to visit and experience our rich and varied heritage… not to mention an ideal place to live and to do business.
Gardiner is right in the middle of everything, directly off Interstates 95 and 295, and not far from Maine’s glorious mid-coast – an advantageous central location with easy access to the bulk of Maine’s year-round population plus all points south to Boston and New York, north to Canada.
Sunny, two-story building in historic Gardiner Maine’s Downtown Business District. Located on Mechanic Street at the corner of Church Street. Conveniently located across from City Hall and near the Post Office, banks, Gardiner Water District, Riverfront Park and A-1 Diner. Short ride to Capitol, Augusta state office buildings and Togus V.A. hospital. Easy access to […]
Join Gardiner Main Street the first Wednesday of every month at a different location to celebrate our community, learn about events and happenings, and network with others. Facetime is open to anyone who works, lives, or volunteers in the Greater Gardiner community.
Ride in the pig, and roll out the barrel – it’s Swine and Stein time. On October 10th, 2015, Water Street in Historic Gardiner will be transformed as Gardiner Main Street produces its version of a traditional Oktoberfest.
This year, Gardiner Main Street is offering prints of our unique “Gardiner” photo rather than a new ornament. A limited number of pre-framed prints will be available at Monkitree Gallery, located at 263 Water St. Locations with previous years’ ornaments will also carry these prints, or, they can be ordered directly from this website and […]