How about this great Fall road trip, combining your love of sea glass with an impressive tour of 7 historic lighthouses on Prince Edward Island, Canada?
The Souris East Lighthouse (1880) has a 2nd Floor Sea Glass Museum where you can linger over the delicious sea glass displays while breathing in salty, Atlantic breezes.
You may even find some of your own sea glass shards at nearby Souris Beach.
And if you visit during the summer months you might run into the Mermaids Tears Sea Glass Festival usually scheduled for late July.
Read about all the lighthouses below.
Gallant says there’s an impressive collection of sea glass on display on the second floor of the lighthouse. Tours are $5 with a guide or by donation if you go on your own. 7 P.E.I. lighthouses you need to visit via cbc.ca