Sunny, no strong wind, drove to this wonderland to get rid of the coronavirus. The lighthouse is taller and grander than anyone we have seen before on the cliff, Elitherbeth Cape. The museum was not open, and the lighthouse is not open to the public. The sea was calm, but the…
This is quintessential Maine! The park and the lighthouse are in a picture perfect setting! I was surprised how many people were out and about in the frigid weather! Definitely a must see spot.
Tall rocky cliffs surround this iconic lighthouse with plenty of wave activity, The parking is a bit of a walk away and the winter sidewalks were very slippery. We just walked on the crunchy but safe snow. Lots of people abound.
Probably one of the most picturesque light house I’ve ever seen! We went in winter and was freezing so didn’t get to stay long, but it was worth the trip!
Lighthouse is within the easy-to-find Fort Williams Park. There is ample parking at a few different locations and the cliff walk offers varying views of the lighthouse. It is spectacular! It was a FREEZING February afternoon when I stopped, so my visit was perhaps half hour at…