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Portland Head Light and Spring Point Ledge - Portland

Greater Portland and Casco Bay
Seasonal (March to October)

Begin your day in the Old Port. Stop into the now famous Holy Donut where they make donuts from scratch using Maine potatoes.

Drive to Cape Elizabeth and visit Maine’s oldest and most photographed lighthouse, Portland Head Light, situated in Fort Williams Park along the rocky coast. There’s a children’s garden, hiking trails, and small beach.

Or take a lighthouse cruise with Portland Discovery Land & Sea Tours.

Treat yourself to lunch at The Lobster Shack at Two Lights. This local landmark has been serving up fresh seafood since 1920.

Go to the Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse, the only caisson-style lighthouse in the U.S. that visitors can walk out to.

Stay at the Inn by the Sea. Be sure to check out their lodging packages from spa treatments to foodie tours to lobster dinners!

Local Tips:

Book a tour to the Winslow Homer Studio at Prouts Neck through the Portland Museum of Art.

Visit beautiful Willard Beach and delicious Willard Scoops!

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