Lobsterman Park

A .2 acre public cobble stoned square at the intersection of Middle and Temple Streets. This park is home to a memorial sculpture titled, “Maine Lobsterman," that was created in 1939 by Victor Kahill of Portland for the New York World’s Fair. The sculpture epitomizes the spirit of Mainers independence and historic ties to the sea. The park features benches and shade trees. For more information on Memorials and Monuments in Portland please visit this map.