Visiting the Maine Lighthouse Museum

The Maine Lighthouse Museum is a must-see for anyone interested in lighthouses and American maritime history!

From sparkling lenses to heartwarming stories of the keepers and families the Maine Lighthouse Museum is America's lighthouse museum & home to the largest collection of lighthouse artifacts and mementoes.

Additional exhibits highlight stories of valor while paying tribute to the United States Coast Guard and United States Life-Saving Services, while others shed light on the lady lightkeepers.

 

Location:

The Maine Lighthouse Museum is located at One Park Drive on the waterfront in historic downtown Rockland overlooking the beautiful Rockland Breakwater and Penobscot Bay.

Our building also features the Maine Discovery Visitors Center, Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Gift Shop.

Conveniently located near more than 16 restaurants, 12 galleries, 21 unique retail shops, full service hotels, motor inns, bed & breakfasts, and campgrounds, many in walking or short driving distance.

Group Tour Operators:

We offer a discounted admission rate for groups of 20 or more. Please call for special volume discount rates. A choice of self-guided or docent guided tours available.


Convenient...Bus drops off passengers right in front. Parking down the street.

Hospitality...First class visitor restrooms located on site, an attractive gift shop offering thousands of items, many with a lighthouse or nautical theme at every price point.

Group Tour Handout (.pdf)


Group Tour by Volunteer Ted Panayotoff - Photo by Bob Trapani

 

Contact Information:

Maine Lighthouse Museum
One Park Drive
P.O. Box 1116, Rockland, ME 04841
Ph: 207-594-3301
info@mainelighthousemuseum.org