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Climate chart Brunswick, GA

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max 99°F min 82°F
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Feb.
max 97°F min 70°F
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Mar.
max 106°F min 86°F
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Weather Brunswick, GA 7 days

Thursday 29-02-2024 Patchy rain possible 52°F / 64°F
Friday 01-03-2024 Moderate rain 54°F / 64°F
Saturday 02-03-2024 Partly cloudy 55°F / 73°F
Sunday 03-03-2024 Patchy rain possible 63°F / 75°F
Monday 04-03-2024 Patchy rain possible 64°F / 77°F
Tuesday 05-03-2024 Patchy rain possible 63°F / 73°F
Wednesday 06-03-2024 Partly cloudy 61°F / 77°F
Thursday 07-03-2024 Patchy rain possible 63°F / 75°F
Friday 08-03-2024 Patchy rain possible 64°F / 72°F
Saturday 09-03-2024 Partly cloudy 57°F / 77°F
Sunday 10-03-2024 Partly cloudy 59°F / 75°F
Monday 11-03-2024 Patchy rain possible 61°F / 73°F
Tuesday 12-03-2024 Moderate rain 66°F / 77°F

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Brunswick, GA attractions and Travel Tips

It is a city in Cumberland County, Maine, U.S.A and its renowned for its museums including the Bowdoin College Museum of art which is included on the National Register of Historic Places. The city rapidly expanded sometime between 1680 and 1794 because of a seaport that was built to facilitate the transportation of goods from Britain and the greater European region. This greatly contributed to the city's local economy which helped spur its growth. Since it is located near the Casco Bay, there are a number of islands which are linked by bridges. For instance, among the major cities are Chebaque and Portland which are barrier islands and Freeport.

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Brunswick covers approximately 54.34 square miles (140.74 kilometers squared). The Androscoggin river cuts through Brunswick while flowing into the Atlantic ocean at the Casco Bay. All arrivals to the city land at the Brunswick Executive airport which is some 2.48-miles away from the Central Business District. It is basically a 12-minute drive to the downtown part of the city which is one of the reasons that a rental car in Brunswick is ideal. This makes the trip from the airport an exciting road trip considering that there are many nature trails, hiking spots, and even camping sites along the way. All you have to do is access the HAPPYCAR portal where you can compare the cheapest car hires in Brunswick. With a custom search, all the available cars from the HAPPYCAR partners such as Budget, Europcar, and Alamo are listed as per your specifications. So whether you are traveling alone or as a group, the search feature on the portal enables you to find what you are looking for.

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Brunswick was originally inhabited by the Abenaki Indians before Thomas Purchase and other fishermen settled here in 1628. After more than 80 years of conflict with the local natives, a treaty brought peace in 1713 which enabled the English colonists to begin developing and investing here. For instance, a consortium from Portsmouth and Boston bought a large parcel of land and set up quite a number of business. After a few years of tension between the English colonists and the Abenaki warriors, peace was restored in 1724. A lot of damage had been done by this time and the city extensively destroyed. It was rebuilt in 1727 after which there was a population influx especially after it was incorporated as a town in 1739. The city thrived economically in the late 1800s when cotton farming was introduced which saw the set up of manufacturing companies which made yarn. During this period most of the workers who came in search of jobs from these companies decided to reside here permanently.

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The city has quite a number of buildings that were designed and constructed int he 1800s which still stand today. In fact, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art is the most popular attraction. It is located in the campus grounds of Bowdoin College and it was designed by the McKim, Mead, and White architecture firms. Here there is also the Doubling Point Light which is a lighthouse on the Kennebec River and it is still actively used to this day. The Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum was designed in 1925 courtesy of a generous donation by some the alumni. From here, you can drive on a short road trip and explore the Sebascodegan Island which is only a 14-min drive (8.8-miles) where there are sandy beaches. It is an ideal place to bask in the sun and wind up the afternoon before heading back to the hotel room. Alternatively, the Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park which is only 20-min away offers a serene environment that is ideal for outdoor activities such as camping and fishing. A 17.7-mile trip in car hire in Brunswick to Georgetown island allows you to explore other adventures such as kayaking. Afterward, you can head over to the Maine Maritime Museum where you can learn more about various water species. So, book car hire in Brunswick today to explore the city and its marvels.