Our Maine Holiday Gift Guide for 2018 | Portland Maine Old Port

Our Maine Holiday Gift Guide for 2018

The official guide to Old Port shops and restaurants, plus hand-picked items for gifting, including must-haves from stores outside the city. Browse gift ideas and click through to their websites for hours and special deals.

CrateFull of Maine — Beer Crate $49.99

Swag and certificates from Maine’s craft breweries, gift-wrapped and delivered to their door. Learn More


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Maine Brew Bus — Tour Gift Certificate $55 + per person

Share the love of beer and Maine all at once. The Maine Brew Bus offers various behind-the-scenes tours at Maine’s craft breweries, distilleries, wineries, and more. You can’t go wrong with this one! Learn More


Fresh Maine Lobster — Roll Kit starting at $160

Send Maine lobster to family near or far, featuring pounds of fresh lobster meat and New England rolls to feast on for the holidays. Learn More


Salt Cellar — Magic Set $25

The Maine Magic Set is the perfect variety for seasoning an array of dishes with Maine Sea Salt, Maine Maple Smoked Sea Salt, and Maine Cherrywood Smoked Sea Salt. Learn More


Blyth & Burrows — Holiday Cocktails

Take a break from shopping and visit this sophisticated cocktail bar, celebrating the local maritime history and the art of the cocktail experience.


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The Holy Donut — Gift Card $10+

The holiest gift of them all: fresh Maine potato donuts. Anyone would feel blessed getting one of these gift cards in their stocking. Learn More


Vena’s Fizz House — Infusion Jar $12.50

At Vena’s, cocktails and mocktails are created equally. View their infusion jars for DIY mixology at home for the holidays.


Victoria Mansion — Mansion Tour $5-$16 per person

Each year, Victoria Mansion opens during the holiday season for a six-week celebration of Christmas at Victoria Mansion featuring dazzling decorations from local artists, designers, and florists to highlight the Mansion’s original 19th-century interiors. Plan Your Visit


The Fish & Bone — Dog Sweater $32.99

Bundle up your pooch or gift one to a pet lover in your life, while supporting Old Port’s local pet shop: The Fish & Bone.


Mad Gab’s — Holiday Moose Smooch Gift Set $9

Maine girls remember their favorite MadGab’s lip balm from their childhood. This holiday trio comes in Candy Cane, Sugar Cookie and Hot Cocoa.


Sea Bags — Casco Bay Nautical Chart Tote $170

Whether you live on the coast now or dream of visiting, the Casco Bay Nautical Chart Tote is an artistic way to keep Portland Maine close to your heart. Featuring a detailed illustration of Casco Bay on the one-of-a-kind recycled sail cloth, you can locate favorite islands, beaches, and landmarks. Printed on recycled sails. Learn More


Chart Metalworks — Red State Silhouette Necklace $40

Home is where the heart is… and this Maine state necklace is handcrafted in the heart of Portland, Maine. Learn More


Good To-Go — Meal Pack $12.95

Delicious ingredients. Just add hot water. Available in New England Corn Chowder, Thai Curry, and more recipes to keep you satisfied while backpacking, surfing, skiing, or everything on-the-go. Learn More


Ocean’s Balance — Seaweed Sprinkle $6.95

Try some Sprinkle on top of avocado toast, grilled fish, salad, or roll them on sushi or goat cheese for an added salty/sweet flavor boost. Before you know it, you’ll be adding them to everything.


Human Nature — Herbal Salve $12

Perfect for winter hands, this herbal blend aids in healing cuts, scrapes, burns, chapped or cracked skin, and eczema. Also, good for Gardeners. Learn More


Farmers’ Almanac $6.99

Winter is coming! And according to the Farmers’ Almanac’s famous long-range weather outlook, it’s going to be a “teeth-chattering” cold one, with plenty of snow. This compact book provides 16 months of weather forecasts for 7 zones in the U.S., plus trivia! Learn More


Foggy Mountain Boot & Leather Waterproofing — Bear Guard $16

The only leather waterproofing made with Wild Maine Beeswax & Real Bear Fat to keep the heat in and the cold out of your shoes. Learn More

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