Photos & Multimedia

Landscape photograph of Jordan Pond with the Bubbles in the distance
CLICK ON THIS PHOTO: Enjoy a selection of 30 images with commentary by Alan Nyiri, an accomplished fine art photographer who volunteered at the Hulls Cove Visitor Center in summer 2022. On evenings and lieu days, Nyiri got reacquainted with a landscape that he first photographed professionally for a book more than 15 years earlier. Many of those new images he has since donated for use in park webpages and publications. Image © Alan Nyiri. Used with permission.
Podcast graphic: Stylized coastline with a silhouette of a tree in foreground and text
Sea to Trees: Podcast

Sea to Trees tells stories of science happening in and around Acadia, from rocky shoreline to evergreen forests to granite mountaintops.

Two groups of people standing in front of vertical orientation waysides on mountain summit
Self Guided Tours

Use these digital resources to experience Acadia more fully.

Screen capture of webcam view of a webcam showing a sunrise along a rocky coast

Catch glimpses of sunrises, storms, sailboats, and the occasional seagull from the park webcams.

Loon sitting on a nest on rocks next to a pond
Photo Galleries

View a selection of photo galleries of images captured across Acadia.

Screen capture of a video frame of the rocky Atlantic coastline at sunrise

From full length movie productions to clips and b-roll footage, see Acadia come alive on video.

A painter uses a smartphone to snap a photo of the coastline
Arts in Acadia

The Artist-in-Residence program is dedicated to creating new ways for visitors to experience Acadia through the arts.

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Historic Audio Files and Interviews

Songs, stories, interviews and oral histories from Acadia's past.

image of George B. Dorr and park advisors at jordan pond
Herbert W. Gleason Collection

Historic glass plate and nitrate negatives.

Last updated: May 5, 2024

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