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Trip Advisor Nice Lighthouse
Dec 03, 2014 by: ErnTrekker from PA
Stopped to visit on a weekend while in the area & got to go to the top - although smaller than many of the lighthouses on the East Coast, it is still an impressive structure. The person on-staff at the entrance was very friendly & knowledgeable on the details and history of the light & its keepers. Enjoyed walking around the picturesque grounds & visiting the small gift shop/museum across the street - a must see while visiting Havre de Grace!



Trip Advisor Historical lighthouse
Nov 26, 2014 by: Sharon M from Abingdon, Maryland
This thirty foot tall lighthouse looks out over the Susquehanna River. It was constructed in 1827 and later restored to its 1884 version. It is white, made of Port Deposit granite. It has a 5th order Fresnel lens. There are 27 solid granite steps arranged in a tight spiral staircase inside. It is only April through October that it is open to the public. There is a gift shop located directly across the street.



Trip Advisor The Small White Lighthouse
Oct 16, 2014 by: romakoc from Leola, Pennsylvania
Located on Concord Point it still guides water traffic. The location is where the Susquehanna River enters the Chesapeake Bay. We could not get inside because we were there on a weekday.The setting is very picturesque and is at the one end of the Promenade.



Trip Advisor Smallest but cute
Oct 09, 2014 by: celested1016 from Poulsbo, Washington
I took several pictures of the lighthouse. I couldn't get over how small it was and wondered how useful it might have been to see out into the bay. It is cute, though



Trip Advisor Oldest continuously operational lighthouse in the St of Md
Oct 05, 2014 by: travelexplorer27 from Salisbury
Built in 1827, Concord Point is the oldest continuously operational lighthouse in the state of Md. It affords a spectacular view of the Chesapeake Bay. This is Havre de Grace's best known landmark. The Keeper's House Museum is located across the street.


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