Pemaquid point lighthouse was somewhat crowded, even on a weekday, but it was well worth the drive and the $2 entry fee. You can climb to the top of the lighthouse, but I wouldn't recommend it for those who are very tall, have broad shoulders or are uncomfortable in tight spaces. If the tide is going out and the weather is good, ramble around on the rocks below the lighthouse. There are tide pools and the rocks themselves are interesting. They also have a museum in the lightkeeper's house. .
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