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Concord Point Lighthouse
Based on 40 traveler reviews
Mar 23, 2015 by: bluejay377 from Havre de Grace, Maryland
There is something magical about lighthouses especially one as accessible as the Concord Point Lighthouse in Havre de Grace. For pure magic, walk the promenade on an early summer evening starting at the Tydings Park area, and end up at the lighthouse. It never ceases to delight, and always brings huge smiles to people who visit us in the area. If you cannot walk, parking is available along the street in front of the lighthouse, and it is just a short stroll to the structure. The lighthouse is routinely opened to the public, and knowledgeable volunteers will give you the history of the area, and allow you to navigate the narrow stairway to the top of the house. There are many things you will remember about Havre de Grace, and surely visiting the lighthouse will always be a fond endeavor. This is a great place for photography and views of the bay and the Susquehanna River. Kids can run around freely and pets are allowed on the grounds.
Mar 22, 2015 by: ry14 from Havre de Grace, Maryland, United States
This is a beautiful place to visit and my friend was going through cancer so we took a picnic and sat and just watched everything
Historical Lighthouse where the Susquehanna River meets the Chesapeake Bay
Mar 17, 2015 by: SHCoChief53 from Aberdeen, Maryland
This is the oldest constant lit lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay. It is at the point where the British landed during the War of 1812 and burned most of the City. A beautiful structure where many weddings take place.
Beautiful and Peaceful
Jan 24, 2015 by: Alison P from Wyomissing, Pennsylvania
We enjoyed looking at the light and seeing the ducks in the water. The park is beautiful and inviting - a great place to walk. We saw the keeper's house nearby, but did not go in.
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!
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