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Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, Bristol

4.9
#3 of 27 in Historic Sites in Mid Coast Maine
Must see · Lighthouse · Tourist Spot
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Commissioned by President John Quincy Adams in 1827, Pemaquid Point Lighthouse was the first structure of its kind to be featured on American currency. The keeper's house serves as a museum exhibiting artifacts related to the area's maritime history. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Bristol holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • This lighthouse is prefect and right next to the rocky coast that Maine is known for. The volunteers are kind and they are helpful. Beware of the poison Ivy in the property— please. Follow the... 
    This lighthouse is prefect and right next to the rocky coast that Maine is known for. The volunteers are kind and they are helpful. Beware of the poison Ivy in the property— please. Follow the...  more »
  • We spent a day driving down the coast, stopping at multiple different lighthouses. This one was one of our favorites. There is a fee of $3/per person (not per vehicle) to enter, which was required to....  more
    We spent a day driving down the coast, stopping at multiple different lighthouses. This one was one of our favorites. There is a fee of $3/per person (not per vehicle) to enter, which was required to....  more »
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  • Out of the way classic Maine lighthouse.
  • A lot of history at this Lighthouse.

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