Rockland Tourism

Located in Knox County, Maine, United States, Rockland is a small town with a total population of around 6,900 (as of the 2020 census). As a county seat of Knox County, the city is a well-known tourist destination and also the departure point for the Maine State Ferry Service. Rockland was incorporated as a town in 1848. The city is crossed by multiple US and state routes, including significant railways, making transportation easier. When it comes to climate, the place experiences a typical tropical climate, where the coldest month is January, and the warmest is July. Rockland also hosts the Maine Lobster Festival, which is held annually to celebrate the town's primary export, lobster. Some notable sites of interest include the Farnsworth Art Museum, the Rockland Public Library, and the Center for Maine Contemporary Art.

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