The Boothbay Region is an area rich in attractions and activities. Our guests can enjoy a wide variety of shopping, boating, sports, educational and entertainment experiences during their stay. Boothbay Harbor sponsors many exciting events during the season including Windjammer Days, Fisherman's Festival, and Boatbuilders Day.

Shopping The Boothbay Harbor offers galleries, antique shops and specialty stores. The region's many waterways offer every kind of boating experience from Sailing, to Whale Watching, to a simple Kayak trip.

Nature lovers will enjoy the acclaimed Boothbay Region Botanical Gardens, pristing Land Trust properties, as well as numerous hiking trails.

For more information about the Boothbay Region, visit:

Boothbay Harbor Chamber of Commerce
Boothbay Information Center
Maine Office of Tourism

Activities at Brown's Wharf Inn

Area Lighthouses

  • SEQUIN LIGHT, GEORGETOWN. Built in 1795, it is the second oldest lighthouse in Maine.

  • HENDRICK’S HEAD LIGHT, SOUTHPORT. Built in 1829 and the first lighthouse erected on the rocky promontory.

  • CUCKOLDS LIGHT, SOUTHPORT. Completed in 1892.

  • RAM ISLAND LIGHT, BOOTHBAY. Built in 1883 and one of 10 Ram Islands in the State. It is only 36 feet above mean high water, but it is visible for 13 miles.

  • BURNT ISLAND LIGHT, BOOTHBAY HARBOR. Built in 1821 and one of the most visible to fishermen, landlubbers and recreational boaters.

  • PEMAQUID POINT LIGHT, BRISTOL. Built in 1827 and one of the most frequently visited and photographed lighthouses in Maine.

  • MONHEGAN ISLAND LIGHT, MONHEGAN ISLAND. Built in 1824 at the site of Maine’s first fishing settlement which was settled in 1614.

Brown's Wharf

Brown's Wharf