Victorian-era grandeur meets modern-day action in Berlin’s preserved town center. Check out boutique shops, local art galleries and a dynamic dining precinct.
Main Street Berlin is the heart of the town’s shopping, dining and entertainment activities. A local hub since Berlin’s beginnings as an 18th-century crossroads, Main Street Berlin has witnessed the town’s growth into an eclectic and exciting destination. Find a unique souvenir at one of Main Street Berlin’s boutiques or artisan galleries, enjoy a meal at a local café and stroll around the compact Victorian town center to admire the heritage façades.
Discover things to do during your stay in Berlin by visiting the town’s Welcome Center. Chat with staff about local events and inside tips on where to go. Take a stroll around the town center and see the superb showcase of 19th-century architecture. In this relatively small district, 47 different structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Charming old churches, traditional storefronts and artisans’ workshops are dotted along Main Street Berlin. Learn more about the town’s history at the Calvin B. Taylor House Museum.
Explore the district’s varied shops and boutiques. Hunt for rare antique and browse locally made handicrafts and regionally inspired artworks. Chat with local makers and learn about the town’s creative community. Catch live music and explore the art gallery at the Globe, a former theater. Enjoy an open-air concert or see an outdoor movie screening in the summer.
When you get hungry, select from the many dining options available along Main Street Berlin. Stop at a cozy café or indulge in fine cuisine at one of the district’s restaurants. Sample locally brewed small-batch ale or order a glass of wine at one of the bars along the street.
Berlin Main Street is located in the town’s historic and commercial center. It is easy to explore on foot. Park on one of the adjoining streets and enjoy a leisurely stroll around the compact district. The area is accessible daily for free. The Welcome Center is open daily except Sundays and has newsstands and brochures that you can browse at any time.