Skip directly to site content

We encourage you to check websites for your destinations before visiting for the latest health and safety guidelines in place.

add bookmark

Marshall Point Light Station

Marshall Point Light Station was built in 1832. A wooden arm connects the keeper's house to this round, black-and-white lighthouse. It's a photographers' favorite, in a town known as an artists' retreat. The former kitchen now houses a museum with artifacts from this light, as well as the Whitehead, Tenant's Harbor and St. George lights. Thomas and Lee Ann Szelog, who were tenants in the renovated lighthouse from 1989-2003, described their experiences in "Our Point of View: Fourteen Years at a Maine Lighthouse".

Businesses & Organizations

Filters
Map
Retrieving results.

Related Articles

Filters
Retrieving results.

Get inspired at the Maine Quarterly

  • The Light You Keep

  • Main Street Maine

No results found.

Businesses and locations related to: Marshall Point Light Station

Loading markers...
Close
Topics
Region
Close

Searching for ""Almost there...

Right now, residents of New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, New York & New Jersey can travel to Maine without providing a negative COVID-19 test result or quarantining.

Learn how our safe travel protocols are helping ensure everyone's visit is a safe one.