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Eartha, the World's Largest Revolving and Rotating Globe

2 Delorme Dr, Yarmouth, ME 04096-6965
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Worth it if it's on the way

We stopped on the way to Bar Harbor. There's nothing to see but the globe - the store is closed... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Haggai L
New York City, New York
via mobile

Eartha is a three-dimensional scale model of our earth that is in the lobby of the DeLorme... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Dover, New Hampshire
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2 Delorme Dr, Yarmouth, ME 04096-6965
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We stopped on the way to Bar Harbor. There's nothing to see but the globe - the store is closed - but the globe itself is impressive and interesting to see. Worth 15 minutes, wouldn't drive especially for it unless you really into these things....More

Thank Haggai L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Eartha is a three-dimensional scale model of our earth that is in the lobby of the DeLorme Building. Eartha rotates and revolves just as Earth does, only Eartha moves on a cantilevered arm. The employee told us that it measures over 41 feet in diameter...More

1  Thank Maurene_K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a great idea is a tourist trap for a world mapping company. Put a huge freaking globe in your lobby. Unfortunately, the map store is now closed. Enjoy the clean restrooms!

Thank Konrad V
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

Super cool to see this huge earth move around in a circle! There is also a shop in this location as well!

Thank kesjost
Reviewed 28 April 2017

How little did we all know? Indeed back to the atlas. This globe for sure is worthy of your time and we enjoyed immensely. There are 3 floors so you can see different parts of our world - so much sea water. There is no...More

1  Thank CS1Portland
Reviewed 31 March 2017

Took a couple of friends to go visit Eartha. It was so amazing to see this large replica of the earth . We all just loved our visit .

1  Thank louise8242
Reviewed 18 March 2017

Literally pulled in to the Garmin parking lot long enough to: 1) Admire Bertha 2) Take some photos (including one as "Atlas") 3) Have an argument about whether or not Bertha was rotating that day (I still say no.)

Thank Bonnycate
Reviewed 21 February 2017

It is a cool thing to see but you will only go once. I see Delorme has been bought out by Garmin so not the same local company it once was. Defiantly worth a look when your heading up the highway.

2  Thank Bob F
Reviewed 8 January 2017

Great stop for kids. HUGE globe and map store. Right off I-295 on Rte. 1 Day's seafood just up the street, visitor center across the street.

1  Thank MaineShores
Reviewed 28 December 2016 via mobile

Saw this at night while driving by, so I pulled into parking lot to get a closer look and walked around the enclosure, wasnt impressed. World's largest, sooooo what, this was made and finished in the late 1990's when paper maps were the thing. In...More

Thank paddler4x
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Gail D
What is the fee for to see this
15 January 2017|
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Response from ItineraryLady | Reviewed this property |
Free! It is in the lobby of an office building, so you just go during work hours. They are very accommodating to visitors coming in to see the globe.
Gail D
Are you open Martin Luther King Day
15 January 2017|
Response from Karen C | Reviewed this property |
You would have to contact them directly as I am not sure if they are open on Holidays. Check on line with Garmin as they are the company that owns this store.