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Millionaires like Rockefeller, Vanderbilt, and Astor vacationed here in the 19th century, but you can still come to the island community of Bar Harbor to feel like a million bucks! Many of their summer homes - really mansions - have been converted into charming hotels and bed and breakfasts, like the Cleftstone Manor. Being adjacent to Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor features some million-dollar views as well. Drive up the park’s highest peak, Cadillac Mountain, or take a leisurely tour via horse-drawn carriage on the park’s 45-mile carriage road system. Back in town, the Abbe Museum offers a glimpse into the rich history of the Wabanaki, Maine’s native people, through numerous exhibitions and activities. No matter what you do, you’ll feel rich in Bar Harbor!
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