The Brunswick Station Visitor Center
Brunswick Station is a mixed-use development featuring restaurants, retail shops, office space, an inn, and a train station. Within steps of Bowdoin College, this facility offers a warm welcome to the charms of Brunswick, Maine.
Brunswick Railroad Station Historic Site is Recognized
At the Visitor Center friendly and knowledgeable Greeters will help you find your way around town and our region. They will provide you with an array of printed materials showcasing the best of the Southern Mid Coast, including four new guides to Brunswick Dining, Lodging, Shopping and Entertainment.
The Brunswick Station Visitor Center offers the following transportation options:
The Amtrak Downeaster now offers train service from Brunswick to Freeport, Portland, and Boston. For pricing and the new schedule, effective November 1st, click here.
Maine Eastern Railroad provides train service between Brunswick and Rockland three seasons of the year. Trains leave Brunswick for Rockland Saturdays starting in early spring. Full Season schedule begins in late June, Wednesday through Saturday, then Wednesday - Sunday starting in the fall, with special Holiday Trains in December. For a full schedule, visit the MER website.
Concord Coach Lines bus service offers two departures south and two departures north each day of the week (with an extra departure time southward on Sundays). Visit Concord's website for further details.
The Brunswick Explorer provides local public transit service throughout the Town of Brunswick. For route and schedule information, visit www.brunswickexplorer.org.
Enterprise also has a car rental desk at the Visitor Center. For more information about car availability and rates, you can reach them at 207-725-1344.
You'll find the Visitor Center at 16 Station Avenue. The telephone number is 207-721-0999. Hours of operation: 9:30 AM - 6 PM, Monday through Sunday.
Byrne's Irish Pub, Scarlet Begonias Italian restaurant, and Park Row Interiors, together with transportation-agency anchors, add vitality to the setting, which features outdoor special events in spring and summer.
The Visitor Center provides a logical first stop for out-of-towners to get acquainted with our lovely coastal town, its dining and retail establishments, cultural offerings, and the recreational and scenic attractions that surround us.
Interested in being a Station Host for the Amtrak Downeaster?
Trainriders/Northeast and the Brunswick Station Visitor Center are looking for volunteers to assist passengers and provide information to travelers. Flexible shifts are available. For more information, click here.
On April 1st, the Brunswick Rotary Club presented their 12th Historic Site recognition to the Town of Brunswick at the Brunswick Visitor Center. A shiny bronze plaque was unveiled in recognition of the history of rail transportation in Brunswick. Read more…
Left to right –Town Manager Gary Brown, Rotarian Chuck Mull, and Rotary Club president Dave Gleason.