Haunted Lighthouses Of Maine
$1498 per person, double occupancy
PO Box 545 Damariscotta, ME US 04543
We are open all year, 7 days a week. We await your call to help plan your custom Maine vacation!
Join the adventure with Mysterious Destinations as we tour Haunted Lighthouses of Maine this August!
Your trip will not only include tours of 7 Maine lighthouses, but 3 haunted Maine villages as well and a trip to the Maine Lighthouse Museum.
You'll learn about history as well as hauntings, and if you find yourself curious about the unknown and unexplained, Mysterious Destinations will provide paranormal detection equipment that you can use.
Your adventure will include all lodging, transportation, breakfasts, taxes,entry fees and a donation to the American Lighthouse Foundation, so you're helping preserve these historic beacons while enjoying them!
Please call, e-mail or visit the website for more information.
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