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Side Trips From Portland Sights

Portland Head Light

Updated 12/26/2013

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Familiar to many from photographs and the Edward Hopper's painting Portland Head-Light (1927), this lighthouse was commissioned by George Washington in 1790. The towering white stone structure stands over the keeper's quarters, a white home with a blazing red roof, now the Museum at Portland Head Light. The lighthouse is in 90-acre Fort Williams Park, a sprawling green space with walking paths, picnic facilities, a beach and—you guessed it—a cool old

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Sight Information

Address:

Museum, 1000 Shore Rd., Cape Elizabeth, Maine, 04107, USA

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Phone:

207-799–2661

Sight Details:

  • $2
  • Memorial Day–mid-Oct., daily 10–4; Apr., May, Nov., and Dec., weekends 10–4

Updated 12/26/2013

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