Life doesn't stop after Labor Day in Maine. There are still plenty of family friendly events to see and do here in the great state of Maine. On Saturday, September 14th, the 4th annual Maine Open Lighthouse Day will be happening throughout the coast of Maine.The United States Coast Guard, the State of Maine, and the American Lighthouse Foundation combine to present this annual event.

Last year, hundreds of people visited lighthouses along the Maine coast.

All lighthouses will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Participating Lighthouses:

Bass Harbor Head on MDI
Burnt Coat Harbor on Swan's Island
Burnt Island in Boothbay Harbor (9 a.m. to Noon)
Curtis Island in Camden
Doubling Point in Arrowsic
Dyce Head in Castine
Fort Point at Stockton Springs
Grindle Point in Isleboro
Kennebec River Front Range Light in Arrowsic
Marshall Point in Point Clyde
Monhegan Island
Owls Head
Pemaquid Point in Bristol
Portland Breakwater in South Portland
Portland Head at Cape Elizabeth
Rockland Breakwater
Sequin Island off Popham Beach
Spring Point in South Portland
West Quoddy Point in Lubec
Whitehead Island near Sprucehead
Wood Island at Biddeford Pool
Maine Lighthouse Museum in Rockland
Lighthouse Sunset Cruise in Rockland
Whitehead Light Station near Sprucehead