Acadia National Park Tours
Frequently Asked Questions
All tours depart from Testa’s Restaurant, 53 Main Street, in downtown Bar Harbor.
Classic Tour (2.5 Hour) – The cost of this tour is $45.00 per adult and $22.50 for children (12 and under).
Premium Tour (3.5 Hour) – The cost of this tour is $70.00 per adult.
For tours booked direct through our website or by phone, cancellations are fully refundable with no penalties. No-shows will be charged the full booking amount.
Our ticket office/boarding location is approximately 250 meters from the town pier you will be tendered to. From there, head directly up Main Street and you will see Testa’s on the right.
Unfortunately, no. We pay an entrance fee for everybody on board, regardless of whether or not they are pass holders.
Classic Tour – Each stop is approximately 15 minutes in duration.
Premium Tour – Each stop is 20 – 3o minutes in duration.
There is parking available near our ticket office labeled “Bayside Landing Parking”. There is on-street parking available on West Street, as well as 3 hour lots throughout the town of Bar Harbor. Parking can be a challenge during the busy season, particularly in the afternoon, so please allow extra time. Avoid parking altogether by utilizing the Island Explorer free shuttle service.
There are restrooms available at our ticket office, as well as at each of the stops we make within the park. Maximum duration between stops is approximately 30 – 40 minutes.
The amount of walking is limited and at the passenger’s discretion.
Yes, you can get your passport stamped at each of the stops we make within the park.
Classic Tour – If you have a folding wheelchair/walker and can manage a few steps, we can bring the wheelchair or walker along with us. If you need a wheelchair lift to access the bus, please contact us at [email protected], and we will make arrangements to accommodate you.
Premium Tour – This tour is not wheelchair accessible.
Food and drinks are not provided, but guests are welcome to bring snacks/beverages on the bus.
Sorry, but unless they are licensed service animals, pets are not permitted on the tour.