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Trip Advisor Historical Lighthouse and more
Aug 01, 2014 by: Gringo66 from Ephrata, Pennsylvania
Besides the lighthouse, there's a park and museum. I only walked in the park and viewed the lighthouse. The park has benches for relaxing and taking in the bay views. It's a nice place to visit, but it looks like it gets busy on weekends. I went on a Saturday, late afternoon. Also, it looks like one can climb to the top of the lighthouse inside, but I can't comment because I only saw people doing it. If you like lighthouses and a nice view of the bay, GO. Enjoy!



Trip Advisor Very nice
Jul 28, 2014 by: Bald1 from Northern Virginia
Built in 1827, Concord Point Lighthouse is an excellent example of several Chesapeake Bay lighthouses built by John Donahoo. Donahoo built Concord Point, Turkey Point, Cove Point, Thomas Point, and Pooles Island lighthouses. All but Thomas Point were shaped like Concord Point. The city has done a great job with park improvements, there is a walk around the shore line, mariners museum, and the lighthouse keepers house is open to the public.



Trip Advisor Must See Historical spot
Jul 27, 2014 by: DaveJoseph from 
This is a great spot. This spot has the lighthouse,cannon and keepers house. In addition to the great views of the water, the lighthouse and the grounds are wonder ful to explore. The cannon just marvelous.



Trip Advisor Great Lighthouse!
Jul 07, 2014 by: RFB55 from Pittsburgh
Great lighthouse, didn't go the top, (hot day and I am such a baby - but I will next time!! Walked to the dock and sat on a bench for a bit, just beautiful!!!



Trip Advisor Historical landmark
Jul 02, 2014 by: Traveling_Latina_10 from Shenandoah, Virginia
This is a place that you almost pass by, but if you find it, take a moment and learn about the history behind...how it was one of the important stand points against the British during the revolution...visit the small maritime museum too.


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