See a variety of Maine's famous lighthouses on this guided tour of the region.
Great tour. Getting off the ship was easy, although there is a rather long walk/roll to actually reach the tour buses, and city. Nothing strenuous, just be aware and allow time. All of the basic city tours are on large buses and collapsible wheelchairs are easily accommodated. After the tour, I pushed Mom, in the wheelchair, into the little city center and we shopped and had lunch at an Irish pub. Everything was very accessible.
Provider: Royal Caribbean International
This was reasonably priced when booking it together with the trolley tour at $38 per person for the combo. They sold more tickets then there appeared to be seats and my husband and I ended up standing up for the whole 90 minutes. It was cold and windy. We did enjoy the views of the lighthouses from the water and seeing some of the nearby islands we'd have otherwise not seen. Would we do it again? Maybe on a warmer day if we could be certain of getting a seat.
Provider: Independent Operator
Nice tour of Portland. We saw 3 lighthouses. The Portland Head Light was the best. The museum was not open. The tour guide did a good job. The bus driver was wearing dirty, poor fitting clothes and was not friendly to passengers.
Provider: Carnival Cruise Lines