Extraordinary Experiences

YOU COULD ALMOST SAY the Two Nation Vacation is brought to you by the letter F with all the feasts, festivals, folklore, and fun it offers up! For the foodie, there’s no shortage of fresh seafood, local craft brews and wines, melt-in-your-mouth chocolates, not to mention other delectable local treats to indulge in. For the festival fan, there’s a jam-packed schedule of events that range from fancy culinary fests, to binoculars-at-the-ready birding trips, to outdoor music shows and, yes, even a little fire juggling! And not to be left out, art and history buffs can learn about Maine’s Wabanaki people at the Abbe Museum, take to the International Sculpture Trail, explore the Artsipelago, or experience the summer home of U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt. Our shared heritage and warm hospitality mean that you can max out on fun or ramp up the R&R on a getaway that’s simply one of a kind.

Things To Do

The St. Andrews Farmers' Market operates every Thursday from May 24th to October 4th: 8:30 am to 1:00 pm. Market Square on Water St. Fun for the whole family!

Housed at 'Dayspring': the former home of Sir James Dunn and Lord and Lady Beaverbrook, the Oppenheimer-Prager Museum displays the works of Joseph Oppenheimer and his daughter Eva Prager; both renowned artists from the 20th century. Dayspring itself is a fascinating glimpse into a once well kept secret in St. Andrews. Purchased in 1947 by Sir James Dunn and his wife (who after his death would become the wife of Lord Beaverbrook), Dayspring had an eight foot high wooden fence erected around the entire multi-acre property to ensure privacy. Purchased in 1995 by the son of Eva Prager, and grandson of Joseph Oppenheimer, the property was donated to the Joseph and Fanny Oppenheimer Foundation in 2011. The Oppenheimer-Prager Museum at Dayspring was established to exhibit the works of Joseph Oppenheimer and Eva Prager, as well as to display memorabilia, jewelry, objects and photos related to the Dunns, Beaverbrooks and Dayspring itself.

Join Geoff Slater, our Artist in Residence, in one his many exciting classes offered throughout the summer.

Places To Go

The St. Andrews Farmers' Market operates every Thursday from May 24th to October 4th: 8:30 am to 1:00 pm. Market Square on Water St. Fun for the whole family!

Housed at 'Dayspring': the former home of Sir James Dunn and Lord and Lady Beaverbrook, the Oppenheimer-Prager Museum displays the works of Joseph Oppenheimer and his daughter Eva Prager; both renowned artists from the 20th century. Dayspring itself is a fascinating glimpse into a once well kept secret in St. Andrews. Purchased in 1947 by Sir James Dunn and his wife (who after his death would become the wife of Lord Beaverbrook), Dayspring had an eight foot high wooden fence erected around the entire multi-acre property to ensure privacy. Purchased in 1995 by the son of Eva Prager, and grandson of Joseph Oppenheimer, the property was donated to the Joseph and Fanny Oppenheimer Foundation in 2011. The Oppenheimer-Prager Museum at Dayspring was established to exhibit the works of Joseph Oppenheimer and Eva Prager, as well as to display memorabilia, jewelry, objects and photos related to the Dunns, Beaverbrooks and Dayspring itself.

Join Geoff Slater, our Artist in Residence, in one his many exciting classes offered throughout the summer.