View of Mill Pond

Mill Pond

This historic foot bridge bridges the East and West side of Boothbay Harbor

The Old Footbridge, which connects the East Side of the harbor to downtown Boothbay Harbor



The Boothbay Harbor Region is an area rich in attractions and activities. Our guests enjoy a wide variety of shopping, boating, sports, educational, waterfront dining and entertainment experiences during their stay. Boothbay Harbor sponsors many exciting events during the season including the Boothbay Lobster Boat Races and Windjammer Days in late June, the 4th of July parade and fireworks, Harbor Fest in early September, and the Fall Foliage Festival in early October. 


Ocean Point Fishing

 Try your fishing  skills at Ocean Point


Trivett Fish House

Trevett Fish House


For more information about the Boothbay Region, visit:

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


 Maine Lobster Bouys




Attractions: Popular area attractions include the Boothbay Railway Museum and its antique steam train, the Maine State Aquarium with its display of live local fish and sea creatures (a great place for the kids!), the Dolphin Miniature Golf Course, and the Opera House and its top-name performers and concerts.



 Entrance to Boothbay Harbor


Shopping:Boothbay Harbor offers art galleries, antique shops, and all sorts of specialty stores offering local crafts, Maine clothing, candles, souvenirs and t-shirts of every type, nautical gifts, jewelry, popcorn, and even whoopee pies!


Outdoors: Those who love the outdoors will enjoy the acclaimed Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the many pristine Boothbay Land Trust properties that feature miles of scenic hiking trails. The region's waterways offer every kind of boating from sailing on a windjammer to whale watching to charter sport fishing and lobstering excursions to renting a kayak for a simple and peaceful exploration trip on the water.

Windjammer Days  Boothbay Harbor Maine   Windjammer sailing by Browns Wharf Inn
Windjammer Days Boothbay Harbor Maine
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
Restaurant, Motel, and Marina
121 Atlantic Avenue
Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538

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