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This is the place where Maine is personified.Iconic, historic educational and spectacularly beautiful in every season no matter the weather .Marshal Point is a breathtaking traditional light house.The small museum on site is a gem, reference library worthy of anyone who's interest is in fishing...More
If you are into lighthouses, the Marshall Point Lighthouse and Museum is for you. It may take some wandering to find it, but it is well worth it. The day we visited, the volunteer staff was most helpful. There are displays of local occupations, lobstering...More
It was fun to see the lighthouse Tom Hanks runs to in Forrest Gump, and it's set on beautiful grounds. It's about 30 min. drive from Rockland. Picnic tables overlooking the ocean - the Point is beautiful. We didn't see much else in the area,...More
If you haven't watched Forest Gump (Of course you have, but just in case if you haven't) please watch the movie before coming here, it will have a different significance to the actual visit if you do. We came here on a very foggy day...More
Made a special trip to Marshall Point to see this lighthouse that was featured in the movie, Forrest Gump. What a beautiful spot. We were too early in the season (apparently) to find the museum open but this is still a wonderful, scenic place. Low...More
I am not sure whether my favourite is this one or Pemaquid - they both have so much character ! It always seems to be a great sunny day when we come here to visit and this day was no exception - beautifully sunny, warm...More