Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park

Pemaquid Point Light is located in Pemaquid Lighthouse Park.

Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park

Commissioned by John Quincy Adams in 1827, this Maine lighthouse has the Fisherman’s Museum on the first floor in the Keepers House, and there is the possibility of renting the apartment on the second floor. The Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park is located at the entrance to Muscongus Bay and Johns Bay, in the town of Bristol. The Town of Bristol purchased the park property from the Coast Guard in 1940 with the exception of the light tower. Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park is managed by the Bristol Parks Commission.

There is a $3.00/person (12 and over) admission fee. Children 5-11: $1, Children 4 and under: Free. Included in the fee is access to the Fisherman's Museum in the Keeper's House, the Pemaquid Art Gallery, the Learning Center, picnic areas and rest rooms. The Light Tower is an active tower and owned by the US Coast Guard. Entrance to the Tower is included in your admission at no additional cost. At the current time, due to Covid 19, the Art Gallery and Lighthouse tower are not accessible.

Tickets are good for the full day of your visit. You may leave the Park, return at a later time the same day using the ticket issued at the Gate House for readmission.



Telephone number: 207-677-2492

Physical Address: 3115 Bristol Road New Harbor, ME 04664

Mailing address: Bristol Parks and Recreation P. O. Box 339 Bristol, ME 04539

Wifi available on premises.