New Year's Eve in Augusta 2013
The capital of Maine, Augusta, is located inland, about 40 miles from the coast, on the banks of the Kennebec River. In addition to the State Capital, the Maine State Museum and the seat of the governor, Blaine House, visitors are mainly interested in its restaurants and cafes, shops, great collection of museums, a golf course and the botanical garden Pine Tree State Arboretum, which can be visited free of charge. New Year’s Eve 2013 in downtown Augusta has something for everyone.
The revitalized downtown in Augusta is the center of New Year’s Eve festivities in the city of Augusta. It is home to an astonishing number of bars and clubs, making it the perfect destination for your New Year’s Eve revelries. You can enjoy the variety of hopping from location to location without the need to get in a car, so you can safely enjoy carousing without endangering your life or the lives of others.