Lighthouse on Monhegan Island.
Monhegan Island

This gray, granite light serves Monhegan Island, known for its art and traditional fishing communities. Located about 10 miles from the mainland, the light was built at the island's highest point near its center and rises 47 feet up. The station includes the Manana Foghorn. The keeper's house is a museum dedicated to Monhegan art and history. You can visit daily from June 24 to Sept. 30.

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