This is one of the light houses I have gone to where I did not have to walk forever to get to it. Very nice views. The lighthouse is only open later in the day along with the light keeper house that was the only disappointment. There is a museum near by too, 3.00 per person admission.
Very cool SUPER old. Glad I came to see it. But it's only open for a short time and that's a shame.So didn't get a chance to experience the actual structure. Maybe you will but check the times. However, the immediate area was nice and relaxing.
This is just a simple Lighthouse outside of the Promenade in Havre de Grace. It's nice to look at and take pictures of. There's not really much to do here besides just that, but it's part of the history. My husband and I stopped by while walking through the Promenade.
if you are into light houses, this is a must stop.. an original on the shores of the Chesapeake bay with historical ties. on the Harve de Grace promenade route so why not stop by and experience the gem of the seas
My sister and I ventured to Havre De Grace for my birthday in April. The lighthouse was wonderful to see, though it was closed when we arrived. We walked the waterfront and it was simply gorgeous. There is a park down the way as well that would be ideal for a picnic.
I love the views of the Susquehanna river, and you should not come to Havre de Grace without checking out the park, lighthouse and promenade. But I think the promenade is the main attraction, along with the river itself. The lighthouse is cute but very small, and only open weekend afternoons. I did enjoy reading about its history, and would... 更多
Visiting the Lighthouse and surrounding area is easy and beautiful to see. The lighthouse itself is only open on weekends for entering but is always available for viewing and taking pictures. The surrounding area includes a lovely walk on the boardwalk by the bay and lots of small quaint shops a few blocks away in downtown Havre de Grace. A... 更多
Visiting with family and they took us here to look at the light house and to walk the pier and read about how the star spangled banner came about.