Located appoximately 20 miles north of Portland, Brunswick offers many cultural opportunities to its residents and visitors. Bowdoin College is located here. Each summer the college welcomes the Maine State Music Theatre and the Bowdoin Summer Music Festival. The Museum of Art at the college features works by Andrew Wyeth and Winslow Home.
- Originally settled in 1628, Brunswick now boasts the largest population in its corner of the mid-coast of Maine and yet remains a community rather than a bustling and noisy city.
- Home of Bowdoin College and host to occasional air show at Brunswick Naval Air Station - where in the past the Blue Angels have made guest appearances - Brunswick is both a strong and valuable base for educational resources as well as a haven for those seeking entertainment.
- With theaters and museums, festivals and varied restaurant, access to both rocky and sandy coastlines, business opportunities, and uncluttered private, commercial, and light industrial real estate, there is something to interest everyone here in Brunswick, Maine.