Our central location is perfect for Freeport, Maine shopping!

Freeport Maine outlets and Freeport shopping make Freeport the perfect place to use as a base for your Maine vacation! Our central location places you in close proximity to many other popular areas. There are so many things to do and see, that you may need to spend several days to do it all! You can view spectacular coastal scenery (lighthouses, hidden harbors with lobster shacks, maybe even see a moose!), enjoy wonderful outdoor activities, discover Maine history, and shop, shop, shop.

L.L. Bean‘s five stores of Freeport Maine shopping and the Freeport Maine outlets are within a few short blocks of a Brewster House. The L.L. Bean campus includes Discovery Park, where each Saturday evening from July through Labor Day weekend free concerts and other events provide entertainment as part of the L.L. Bean Summer in the Park (formerly the L.L. Bean Summer Concert Series). The L.L. Bean events calendar provides details on the events, as well as in-store seminars and special events.

The L.L. Bean stores include the flagship store, where the company was founded in 1917, their Hunting and Fishing Store, their Bike, Boat and Ski Store, the new Home Store, and, of course, the L.L.Bean Outlet®. The Outlet is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., 7 days a week (10 a.m. to 6pm on Sunday). The other stores are open 24 hours, every day.

Many of the over 160 Freeport Maine outlets, shops and restaurants offer coupon specials and other promotions. The Freeport Visitors Guide and map provide locations of all the stores and outlets. Information on discount coupons and specials can be found online at the FreeportUSA web site.

Neighboring towns also have many antique and collectible shops, as well as specialty shops such as for quilting, knitting and other crafts. There is a map of some of the antique and collectible shops in the area on our blog post, “Looking for Antiques in the Freeport Area“.

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