Welcome to the Sea Gull Website
The Sea Gull Gift Shop and Restaurant is located where the land of the Pemaquid Pennisula ends, just 14 scenic miles south of Damariscotta, ME. Our front yard is the rugged, beautiful, rocky Maine coast. Our next-door neighbor is one of the most photographed spots in the world, the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse. You can take a break from your explorations of Lighthouse Park to stroll over to the restaurant for breakfast, lunch or dinner and enjoy it amidst this spectacular scenery. We offer fresh seafood, local eggs and garden-fresh fruits and vegetables and, of course, for breakfast you owe it to yourself to try our world-famous blueberry pancakes. The Gift Shop carries souvenirs, nautical items, photos and paintings, and fine gifts to recall a visit to the ocean, Maine, and Pemaquid Point. Many of our items are hand crafted by Maine artisans. And, on many summer days you may meet one of our craftspeople as they demonstrate their craft and display their artwork on the lawn of The Sea Gull.
Trust us: No vacation in Maine is complete without a visit to Pemaquid Point!
The Sea Gull In the News!
Stroll around on the beautiful grounds of Lighthouse Park at Pemaquid Point, Bristol, Maine. Find a seat on the rocks and watch the pounding surf or just read a book in the sunshine. Climb up the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse tower. Visit the Fisherman's Museum. Then, get something to eat, check out the gift shop or just stop by for an ice cream overlooking the most beautiful spot on earth. In this video Sea Gull owner Paula Houghton discusses what you can see and do (and eat!) here at Pemaquid Point. The Lighthouse and the Sea Gull Gift Shop and Restaurant are well worth the short and scenic drive down Route 130. It's just 14 miles south of Rt. 1 at Damariscotta.
Pemaquid Point Webcam
For five years now the Sea Gull, along with help from the Pemaquid Point Association, has provided the facilities required to operate the Pemaquid Point Webcam. The camera is located on a window sill here and operates all year, 24-hours-per-day. The camera catches weddings, snowstorms, fog, sailboats, even "Hi Mom" signs held by vacationers from all around the world. Logging on the webcam is the next best thing to being here.
Read more about the webcam.