Travel to Rockland, an official Coast Guard City and visit the Maine Lighthouse Museum on Park Drive, overlooking Rockland Harbor and Beautiful Penobscot Bay

By Dorothy Black | Sep 13, 2017
Photo by: Paul Conlin

Doesn't matter how you get there, by car, boat or plane, if you love lighthouses and maritime history you owe it to yourself to visit the Maine Lighthouse Museum in Rockland!

 

The museum, located at One Park Drive in Rockland is home to the largest collection of lighthouse, life-saving and U.S. Coast Guard artifacts in the nation. The museum overlooks Rockland Harbor and beautiful Penobscot Bay.

 

We are now open Monday-Friday from 10 am to 5 pm and Saturday & Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm. Parking is Free in the designated area at the Trade Winds Inn across the street while you are visiting the museum and Lighthouse Gift Shop! All members of the Coast Guard, active and retired are admitted Free to the museum.


For more information about the museum, becoming a member, donating or volunteering call us at 207 594-3301, check our website www.mainelighthousemuseum.org or Like Us on Facebook.

 

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