Dice Head Lighthouse

If you’re looking to view a Maine Lighthouse during your stay in Castine, head over to Dice Head Lighthouse. Although the light was discontinued in 1935, the original keeper’s house, barn, and oil house still remain on the property. 

Dennett’s Wharf

Dennett’s Wharf is the premiere dining destination for Castine. Dennett’s was featured in the Boston Globe for their innovative take on Maine food, and it will be open during peak summer. The Pentagöet will be reinstating its full supper service this year. 

Penobscot Narrows Bridge & Observatory

At 2,120 feet long and 447 feet tall, this spectacular suspension bridge with obelisk towers is made of local granite from Waldo Mountain in Frankfurt, the same granite used to build the fort. It cost $85 million to build and opened in 2006. 

Boat & Sailing Tour

Water-lovers can travel aboard a classic yacht, boat cruise, or windjammer tour to explore the scenic rocky coast and nearby islands. Castine Cruises offers tours around Castine Harbor and Holbrook Island on its Lil’ Toot boat. 

Kayaking Bagaduce River & Penobscot Bay

There are plenty of things to do in Castine Maine for those looking to be adventurous and outdoorsy! Maine kayaking in Castine is ideal on the Penobscot Bay and Bagaduce River Watershed because of the smooth and gently flowing waters. 

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